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New Campus to Incorporate Green Technology

The design for the new campus of Gateway Community College in New Haven was recently unveiled at the current New Haven campus of Gateway Community College. This campus is the state’s first gold-certified Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) public building. Renewable and alternative energy sources will be used at Gateway Community College including, solar, hot water and photovoltaic technology. Green building and energy design reduces carbon dioxide emissions and will decrease the demand on existing energy utilities. The campus will be a four-story, 360,000 square-foot building on Church Street and is projected to cost $198 million. It is slated for construction starting in the summer of 2009 with a completion date of September 2012.
   

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the new campus

By: kci15 () on 15-10-2013 13:33

the new campus

By: kci15 on 15-10-2013 13:33

The new campus is said to take some design cues from Terra Lago and their impressive golf course, because it will incorporate several basketball, baseball, tennis and running tracks. Still its most impressive trait is its eco-friendliness.

 

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neil

By: aglaia () on 05-08-2013 09:29

neil

By: aglaia on 05-08-2013 09:29

Apparently there are other sources that agree charity helps people and will use it in the future. I love children, that’s the main reason why I got a teaching certification but I’m afraid for their future. I’m afraid that the society we live in is going down and technology is doing more harm than good to us.

 

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campus

By: aglaia () on 05-08-2013 08:54

campus

By: aglaia on 05-08-2013 08:54

I think iPads are a great invention, really. I support them being used in education and businesses like Miami’s art because they definitely make our life easier. They are not a must, that's for sure, but comfortable to use. I think I will have to use technology at some point, that's why I'm pro these devices.

 

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even

By: aglaia () on 05-08-2013 07:56

even

By: aglaia on 05-08-2013 07:56

Well a company that integrates environmental and social business is for example a family vacation, they're great because they practically clean the town and they offer jobs for employees with no high education or experience.as you can see this is possible.

 

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all my life

By: aglaia () on 17-06-2013 14:10

all my life

By: aglaia on 17-06-2013 14:10

I take it that you are not referring to MyLife. "Someone you know" includes a wide range of people, business owners and course it very much depends on you initial agreement. You need a very good spending plan so that you get the maximum benefits form these money.

 

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