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Guest Host: Lynn Neary
As energy costs rise, so does demand for environmentally friendly design in commercial, residential, and public buildings. In May’s installment of "On the Job," guest host Lynn Neary talks with three architects about building green.
- Greg Mella project architect with The Smith Group
- Sandy Mendler vice president, director of sustainable design with Hellmuth Obata and Kassabaum (HOK) and chair of the American Institute of Architects' Committee on the Environment
- Rick Harlan Schneider architect and partner at "istudiodesign"
- Mark Schneider senior vice president and special adviser on Latin America, International Crisis Group.
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