Posts Tagged ‘University of South Carolina’

University Green Building ‘Once-in-a-Career Opportunity’ for PE

By Eva Kaplan-Leiserson | National Society of Professional Engineers – PE Magazine The Challenge: The University of South Carolina has long been a leader in green building. In 2004, it opened the first green residential hall in the US. And the university’s new Darla Moore School of Business, which opened in fall 2014, is in the

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South Carolina business school on track to be region’s first net-zero energy commercial building

The project is part of a large DOE initiative to develop more buildings that can generate as much energy as they consume. By John Caulfield, Senior Editor | Building Design + Construction Magazine August 2015 Issue Later this year, the newest building at the University of South Carolina’s Darla School of Business expects to achieve LEED Platinum certification

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Smart Design Improves Building Efficiency at the University of South Carolina’s Darla Moore School of Business

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA BUSINESS SCHOOL IS ON PATH TO BECOMING THE LARGEST NET-ZERO ENERGY BUILDING IN THE SOUTHEAST. November 2015 Isuue | civil + structural ENGINEER Magazine The University of South Carolina’s new Darla Moore School of Business, which is slated to achieve LEED Platinum designation from the U.S. Green Building Council, is anticipated to

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Business School on Path to Become Largest Net Zero Energy Building in Southeastern United States

Stevens & Wilkinson, a full-service architecture, engineering and interior design firm with offices in Atlanta and Columbia, S.C., recently completed the engineering design for the University of South Carolina’s new Darla Moore School of Business. The finished project, which is slated to achieve LEED Platinum designation from the U.S. Green Building Council later this year,

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