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LEED and the future of building at Lake of the Ozarks

By David Braddy LEED GA   While LEED is a common term among architects, engineers & construction trades it is still unclear to many, what it means. LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is the measurement & method by which buildings are built to higher standards of sustainability and certified to different levels of […]

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Who does green building benefit?

by David Braddy LEED GA In the 19th and early 20th century Architects and Urban Reformers set out to radically change the way we lived  by improving buildings, streets, neighborhoods and clean water systems to drastically reduce the spread of infectious disease and generally improve public health.  Can you believe there were people back then […]

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Geothermal Gaining Ground

Geothermal systems, which use the relatively stable and moderate temperature of the ground as an energy source, are piquing the interest of green-minded builders as an efficient and clean alternative to conventional heating and cooling systems.

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