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Research Submitted

Title Author Datesort descending
Green Building Incentives: A Review Olanipekun Ayokunle Olubunmi, Paul Bo Xia, Martin Skitmore Jun 30, 2016
Benchmark Performance Metrics for Integrated Project Delivery Awad S. Hanna Sep 30, 2016
Building the Business Case: Health, Wellbeing and Productivity in Green Offices World Green Building Council (WGBC) Oct 31, 2016
AIA Academy of Architecture for Health – Academy Journal (no. 18) AIA Academy of Architecture for Health (AAH) Nov 01, 2016
Textile Environments and Tactile Interfaces: Responsive Multisensory Architectures for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder Sean Ahlquist (University of Michigan) Nov 01, 2016
The Healing Power of Design John Blignaut, AIA (GBBN Architects, Inc.), Aaron Anderson Nov 01, 2016
Should We Build It? And Will They Come? Lessons in Pediatric Satellite Campus Planning Sandy McElligott (FKP) Nov 01, 2016
Point of Decision Design: Healthy Choice. Healthy Campus. Upali Nanda, PhD, Assoc. AIA (HKS; CADRE), Michelle Eichinger, MS, MPA (Designing4Health) Dec 01, 2016
Project profile: Bristol Community College John J. Sbrega Health and Science Building AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE) Apr 19, 2017
Project profile: Brock Environmental Center AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE) Apr 19, 2017