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C a s e s t u d y Hough Hall’s massing and materials, a modern steel and concrete frame skinned with brick and cast stone, are compatible with nearby facilities on the National Register of Historic Places. Tinted low-e glazing provides daylighting while minimizing heat gain. LAsTinG Graduate business students preparing for a world of high finance get a taste of DiviDenD HigH Performing Buildings spring 2012 the real world at William R. Hough Hall at the University of Florida. A real-time electronic stock ticker, flat-screen monitors tuned into national financial broadcasts and nine Bloomberg Terminals allow theory to meet practice in a building set up for full-time and weekend students who need breakout rooms to work on group projects as well as lounges and a Chomp and Go for study time snack needs. 56 Courtesy of rowe Architects inc./george Cott, Chroma, inc.

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of High Performing Buildings - Spring 2012

High Performing Buildings - Spring 2012
Commentary
Contents
Evie Garrett Dennis Campus
Magnify Credit Union South Lakeland Branch
Natural Resources Defense Council
What Makes Buildings High Performing
University of Florida’s William R. Hough Hall
Products
Advertisers Index

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