Volume 3, Issue Number 9 December  20, 2007

Office Boom Past Its Peak, But Still Up

The surge in office development is ebbing, but office construction spending will expand 12% in both 2008 and 2009, on top of 19% gains experienced in the previous two years.

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Duro Dyne - Seeing Green?

Visit Duro Dyne at the AHR Expo, booth 1079 and 1082, Jan. 22-24, 2008. Go to www.durodyne.com.

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Helmets To Hardhats Aids Bay State Veterans

The construction sites of Massachusetts are a world away from the dangerous streets of Iraq, but an increasing number of military veterans are finding a home in the Building Trades craft unions. With the help of Helmets to Hardhats (H2H), a partnership of 15 Building Trades unions, signatory Construction Industry Employer Associations and the U.S. Military, veterans are transitioning back to civilian life with career training and employment opportunities within the building and construction industry.

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Take A Bite Out Of The Big Apple & Your Competition With QuickPen

Visit QuickPen at the AHR Expo, booth 1549 & 7131, Jan. 22-24, 2008. Go to www.quickpen.com or call 866-799-MORE.

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ASHRAE Winter Meeting Includes Commissioning Sessions

Centered on the theme Reaching New Heights, a nod to the skyscraper skyline of New York City, ASHRAE will present sustainability, professional development and HVAC&R technology at its 2008 Winter Meeting. The event takes place Jan. 19-23, 2008 at the New York Hilton and is held in conjunction with the AHR Expo, Jan. 22-24, 2008 at Javits Convention Center.

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