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BUILDBetter Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development (US DOT)
BUILDBaltimoreans United in Leadership Development
BUILDBrooklyn United for Innovative Local Development (Brooklyn, NY)
BUILDBusinesses United in Investing, Lending and Development (Palo Alto, CA)
BUILDBuilding Undergraduate Involvement in the Life of Durham (Duke University)
BUILDBuilding Up Individual Lives Daily (in God)
BUILDBOI (Board of Investment) Unit for Industrial Linkage Development (Thailand)
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Plus, he says, traditional building owners face the risk of obsolescence: If everyone else is choosing to build healthy efficient buildings, do I really want to be stuck with an outdated dinosaur that's unhealthy?
City officials and library staff had spent several years developing plans to build a new library within a mile of the community college campus, near the geographic center of Westminster.
Capacity to build injection, compression, RIM, RRIM and transfer molds in steel, aluminum and NVD nickel.
Once the decision to build has been made, many camp directors and property managers are now finding that there is a desire within their organizations to build "green." The problem is that they are often left wondering--How do we take these principles and incorporate them into our camp's development?
People think they're going to be spending twice as much to build an environmentally friendly building; that's just not so."
Upon completion of the building process the build platform is raised, and the partially cured and uncured sand is removed from the machine.
The first skyscraper in New York City rose to 241 meters (792 feet) and cost $13.5 million to build. F.W.
When the Habitat for Humanity workers build their Lynchburg house out of alternative materials, they will design it like previous houses so they can directly compare construction time, cost, maintenance, and comfort.
"If you simply don't have space [in an existing school] to accommodate [an] increase in students, it might make sense to build new," notes Mark Gilberg, research and development manager for the Council of Educational Facilities Planners International.
are involved in research in their own country, they build greater connections with policy makers.
Compact eco-homes, for instance, are more sustainable in every way: They're a bargain to build, maintain and operate.