Press Release: Budget Minded…..

How do you give a building new life without going over budget?

A building or office can go from drab to dynamic with a few minor changes and fresh, new finishes. New paint is a powerful, yet economical way to freshen up your business.

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Winter Landscape Maintenance by Tierra Verde Landscape

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Stay on top of your landscaping needs with Tierra Verda Landscaping Maintenance Updates

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New ‘Color of Year’ Marks Mood Swing for 2011, Says Pantone “Durability and Design News”

“Honeysuckle,” described as a “vibrant, energetic hue,” has been given the title “color of the year for 2011” by Pantone LLC.

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LEED for Healthcare Prescribes Strong Air-Quality Medicine, Other Design and Specification Challenges “Durability and Design News”

The U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED for Healthcare green-building system, which recently won the approval of USGBC’s membership after several years of debate and discussion, prescribes a strong indoor air-quality regimen in health-care design in addition to other trademark LEED sustainable-design measures.

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SCAQMD to Weigh Additional Moves to Cut VOC Emissions

The South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD), which imposes the toughest air-quality regulations on field-applied coatings anywhere in the country, is weighing additional control measures that could be approved next year.

Continue Reading December 28, 2010 at 10:02 pm Leave a comment

CA Projects Seek Non-Copper Antifouling Options

The Port of San Diego, CA, will spend up to $500,000 to fund projects and research designed to develop innovative, non-toxic alternatives to copper-based hull coatings.

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One Hot Car: Solar Coating Helps Power the ‘Quant’ “Durability + Design News”

In the building of the future, solar power and other forms of “green” energy will keep occupants in comfort. When the day is done, the workers will head for the nearby light-rail line and catch the train to their housing cluster just a few miles away, located within walking distance of the grocery and the café.

Continue Reading November 5, 2010 at 7:07 pm Leave a comment

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