Green Building Update - April 14, 2011

In This Issue:

Maryland: first state to adopt IGCC; GREEN BUILDING FOCUS - LEED for Healthcare; AIACC's CALGreen checklist; LEED for Homes certifies 10,000th building; Hines appoints Global Sustainability Officer; Propane courses for LEED-AP; Anonymous' LEED listings; RFP for Greenbuild 2011 sustainability consultant; Disasters and losing LEED cert.; NYC passes three green laws; Bay Area architects offer HERS II program; GREEN BUILDING PROJECTS - San Diego earns LEED Gold; SF International's LEED Gold terminal; Santa Ana's LEED Core & Shell Gold; and Florida arena earns LEED Gold.

Maryland: first state to adopt IGCC

CityBiz Real Estate - Apr 10

Maryland is the first state in the nation to adopt the International Green Construction Code (IGCC) which was developed by the International Code Council in collaboration with AIA, ASTM, ASHRAE, USGBC and IES.

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