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CASE STUDY TWO GUILFORD COUNTY SCHOOLS Lighting the Way B Y M I C H A E L N I C K L A S , FA I A A 70 million year old Mosasaur fossil, an extinct marine reptile that lived in a sea that existed in central North America, is displayed in the main entry hall of Northern Guilford Middle School. A reminder of the impacts of climate change, the display reinforces the objective of creating the school as a teaching tool. 38 HIGH PERFORMING BUILDINGS Winter 2008
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High Performance Buildings - Winter 2008
Passing On the Gift: Heifer International Headquarters
Head of the Class: University of Florida’s Rinker Hall
How Far Can You Go? Pearl River Tower
The Proof Is Performance: How Does 4 Times Square Measure Up?
Lighting the Way: Two Guilford County Schools
Montreal’s Retail Example: Mountain Equipment Co-op® (MEC)
High Performing Buildings - Winter 2008
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