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219 Wade Street Earns LEED Silver

The project at 219 Wade Street was awarded LEED Silver on May 13, 2014. Located in historic Over-the-Rhine this single family home was built circa 1880.                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

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An Important Message From Rick Fedrizzi

Dear USGBC Community, When we started USGBC 22 years ago, I don’t think any of us could have imagined the organization would become what it is today.  We set out to simply build better buildings, but we quickly learned that in doing so, we were changing the world.  The success we’ve enjoyed has been made possible […]

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Columbia Tusculm Home Achieves LEED Gold

The home at 3202 Golden Avenue earned LEED Gold for Homes May 14, 2015. Alicia Poinsatte built this home on a vacant lot in Columbia Tusculum, near Mt. Lookout. She began this modern residential project with the hope of having the property LEED certified. The maximum building envelope allowed by the zoning committee was used […]

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HRC Chapter Volunteer Superstar Submissions

HRC 2015 Chapter Volunteer Superstar Submission Form Call for Entries:  HRC Chapter Volunteer Superstar Submissions Deadline: Wednesday, July 1, 2015 5:00pm Central Time  ABOUT THE AWARDS The U.S. Green Building Council Heartland Region would like to recognize outstanding individual volunteer achievements within your chapter through the Volunteer Superstar Awards. By recognizing excellence in volunteerism among […]

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Walnut Hills High School Achieves LEED Silver

Walnut Hills High School, a college preparatory school for grades 7-12, was awarded LEED Silver certification January 27, 2015.

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Hamilton County 800 Building Earns LEED Certified

The existing Hamilton County Juvenile Court facility, formerly the Times Star Reporter Building has recently earned the first Government Building Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Certified Certification for Existing Buildings: Operations and Maintenance (LEED EB:O+M) certification in Ohio. This 19 story, 354,588 square foot building, constructed in 1937, has previously been renovated into governmental office and […]

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