Sustainable Initiatives Planned for Sears Tower

June 30, 2009

June 30, 2009

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Sustainable Initiatives Planned for Sears Tower The reduction in energy use and CO2 emissions realized through the sustainability and modernization plans for the tower also brings economic opportunities by creating more than 3,600 jobs.
ASID’s National Conference at NeoCon Deemed a Success Moving the Society’s annual conference to the world’s largest design exposition proved to be successful endeavor, as seen in the attendance numbers and via the Web site created to capture the experience: ASIDlive.com.
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