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Research Submitted

Titlesort descending Author Date
Green Classroom Retrofit Toolbox (GCRT): Evidence-Based Design Guidelines to Adapt K-12 School Facilities for Climate Change Ihab M.K. Elzeyadi, Ph.D., FES, EIA (University of Oregon) Dec 01, 2008
Green Classroom Toolbox: Applications in Architectural Research, Teaching, and Practice Ihab Elzeyadi, Ph.D., FEIA, LEED AP (University of Oregon) Dec 01, 2011
Greening North Knoxville: Visualizing Sustainability in Urban Conditions Ted Shelton, AIA (University of Tennessee) Dec 01, 2008
Guideline for Spatial Regeneration in Iowa Marwan Ghandour (Iowa State University) , Peter P. Goché (Iowa State University) Dec 01, 2008
Guidelines for the Design of Sustainable Learning Laboratories that Teach Through Architecture Jim Jones Ph.D. (Virginia Tech) Jun 01, 2010
Healthcare Facilities for the Future in Buildings from the Past Tom Gormley (Design, Construction, Equipment, and Engineering; HCA, the Healthcare Company) Oct 01, 2000
Healthcare Facilities: Current Trends and Future Forecasts Donald McKahan, AIA (McKahan Planning Group) Oct 01, 1998
Heating, Cooling, Lighting: Sustainable Design Methods for Architects Norbert Lechner Oct 31, 2014
High Performance Hospital Partnerships: Reaching the 2030 Challenge and Improving the Health and Healing Environment Heather Burpee, Joel Loveland, Michael Hatten, Stan Price Mar 09, 2009
Historical Hospital Buildings: Should They Be Reused? H. James Henrichs, AIA (Hobbs+Black Associates) Nov 01, 2007