August 10, 2010 | Vol 5, Num 32
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    A Big Hairy Audacious Goal often seems like a daunting task. I find it helpful to think of accomplishing a BHAG like eating an elephant. How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time.
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The Wagner Cos., Milwaukee, Wis., is now the exclusive North American distributor of Linox Technology Architectural Glass Systems, Australia. During the show, Wagner will show Linox point supported and stainless steel hardware systems for glass ... read more

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Green renovation at UPenn residence hall

The 100,000-square-foot King's Court English House Residence Hall at the University of Pennsylvania, originally built in 1915, underwent a major façade renovation in 2009, making it the most environmentally friendly and sustainable residence hall on the campus, according to a Wausau Window and Wall System release. The renovation included a green roof and more than 150 energy-efficient windows.

Photo by Matt Wargo, Architectural & Interior Photography, Philadelphia. 

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