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October 2012 Issue of Laboratory Design Newsletter

Fri, 10/12/2012 - 12:29pm

October 2012 Issue of Laboratory Design Newsletter

October 2012 Issue of Laboratory Design NewsletterIn this month's issue of Laboratory Design Newsletter features a cover story how programming becomes project definition in contemporary laboratory renovation. Other features include information on architectural archetypes, the winners of I2SL's student design competition, laboratory safety for gas, and how ductwork solved a laboratory construction challenge.

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Cover Story:
Get with the program: Planning for renovation

Featured Articles:
What every lab buyer needs to know about architectural archetypes
Student design competition winners show outstanding integration
Secured gas, safe lab
Ductwork solves lab construction challenge

New Projects:
Columbia University Medical Center, Medical and Graduate Education Building, New York City
Lake Superior College, Health and Science Center, Duluth, Minn.
Eastern Illinois University, Physical Science Building master plan, Charleston, Ill.
U.S. Navy, Office of Naval Research, Laboratory for Autonomous Systems Research, Washington, D.C.
Wayne State University, Multidisciplinary Biomedical Research Building, Detroit.
Indiana University, Neurosciences Research Building, Indianapolis

Featured News:
LEED v4 moves into fifth comment phase
AIA billings index down again in July
AIA billings index finally up
NREL database reveals technology costs
New York authorizes strong green property tax incentive
ASHRAE proposes commissioning standard
Climate change impacts corporate valuation discussion
Homeostasis concept could guide smart building materials research
Novartis to build new research campus in Cambridge
Green design crucial for some giants firms
U.S. lags in green building policy
COTE honors science facilities
ASHRAE green standard could include lighting
Proposed metric could improve daylighting
Roche to open in New York City
High-tech windows may harvest infrared light
Pittsburgh joins Seattle, Cleveland with a 2030 district
Retrofits constitute most promising green building market
Concrete cleans up its act

Featured Products:
Dry pump station is hydrocarbon-free
Hood achieves UL status
Cabinet offers filtered storage space
Fan designed to reduce energy costs

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