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Introduction and Overview

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    See Guidelines for Creating High-Performance Green Buildings (1999).

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    Excerpted from High Performance Building Guidelines (1999).

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    The outcomes of the Green Building Roundtable can be found in Building Momentum

    • (2003)


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    A detailed description of the application of PBFs to the Clackamas School is available at the RMI website www.rmi.org/sitepages/pid715.php.

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    Information on the recommended approach for conducting a charrette can be found at the website of the National Charrette Institute, www.charretteinstitute.org.

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    Extensive information about building commissioning can be found at the website of the Oregon Department of Energy, www.energy.state.or.us/bus/comm/bldgcx.htm.


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