After generating strong results through a pilot program that happened in collaboration with the Boys & Girls Club of America (BGCA) in Kansas City, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has decided that it will roll out a nationwide program with the BGCA.
The Springville, Utah library was redone due to an increased effort by the town to use green and sustainable technology for the construction of government buildings.
The Mexican restaurant Poquitos has become a local favorite due to its combination of freshly prepared food and comfortable seating.
The London Home Builders' Association hosted the annual parade of renovations last weekend in London, an event which treated the public with a viewing of some of the amazing work done by certified home renovators.
The new Mercedes-Benz dealership in Hamilton, Ontario has given a new meaning to the word comfort, and the cars that are inside are not too shabby either.
The Hudson River Community Credit Union is going back to its roots for the construction of a new building to house the organization.
The Vancouver Island University's $30-million Cowichan campus opened recently with a ceremony that celebrated the area's history and the recently finished construction.
After recently holding its grand opening, Walden Public School in Ontario, Canada, is reportedly being called one of the most environmentally friendly buildings in the country, according to the Sudbury Star.
The Helsinki Exhibition and Convention Center, the leading conference venue in Finland, now offers a new 160,000-square-foot multifunction hall that has been designed in a green and sustainable manner.
Originally built in 1837, Fort Lupton was an outpost for early settlers that were heading west in search of a new beginning.