The adoption of energy efficient technology and sustainable buildings is often one that the government struggles with, as convincing the public to spend a little more on upfront costs is often a challenge.
A new airport terminal is nearing completion in Duluth, Minnesota, as last-second changes and installations are being made to ensure that the facility is as energy efficient as possible.
People from all over the local government of Jersey City, New Jersey, gathered to break the ground on a new $87 million headquarters for the city's Department of Public Works and Incinerator Authority.
The construction of the new Posey Township Volunteer Fire Department in Brazil, Indiana, is set to finish at the end of June, as the building crews are finishing the last minute work on the energy efficient structure.
A renovated Johns Prairie Operations Center in Shelton, Washington, has provided customers and workers with a more comfortable setting to conduct business.
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.