NEW CONSTRUCTION CLEAN : CONSTRUCTION CLEAN
New Construction Clean : Clean Eating For Kids.
- (New Constructions) A grand plan to link all the Gurdwaras with a wide road is being put into action for the convenience of pilgrims. A two way road is under construction from Sri Darbar Sahib complex and all old shops have been constructed afresh.
- The creation of new dwelling units. Any project that includes the creation of additional dwelling units outside the existing walls of a structure is also considered new construction.
- free from dirt or impurities; or having clean habits; "children with clean shining faces"; "clean white shirts"; "clean dishes"; "a spotlessly clean house"; "cats are clean animals"
- Remove the innards of (fish or poultry) prior to cooking
- make clean by removing dirt, filth, or unwanted substances from; "Clean the stove!"; "The dentist cleaned my teeth"
- clean and jerk: a weightlift in which the barbell is lifted to shoulder height and then jerked overhead
- Make (something or someone) free of dirt, marks, or mess, esp. by washing, wiping, or brushing
Forward Drive: The Race to Build "Clean" Cars for the Future
As more and more alternative-fuel cars from major auto makers enter the market, and with gasoline prices continuing to soar, "clean" cars are no longer being relegated to side-show status; they're taking center stage.
Forward Drive presents the fascinating story of the race to build greener cars—ones that can help address the problems that have accompanied the rise and spread of traditional gas-powered vehicles. The book traces the history of automobile development, including early attempts to create practical electric vehicles, and explores new technologies for clean cars, especially gas/electric hybrid drives and hydrogen fuel cells. In his research, Jim Motavalli conducted extensive interviews with "early adopters" of alternative vehicles, energy researchers, and key auto-industry figures, giving us a clear picture of how U.S. and foreign auto makers are getting serious about building greener cars. With his passion for automobiles and knowledge of their history and workings, he presents an insightful, informative, and highly readable book.
Few consumers have been attracted to "clean" cars--those powered by something other than traditional internal combustion engines--because they aren't satisfied yet with critical factors such as appearance (too odd), cost (too high), dependability (too uncertain), and performance (too limited). The times they are a-changing, however. A host of catalysts, including new legal requirements and shifting public opinion, is finally driving automakers toward relevant alternative technologies that actually date back 160 years. And Jim Motavalli, who travels an unusual professional route as both syndicated auto columnist and environmental reporter, chronicles the buildup and potential payoff in his intriguing book Forward Drive. "The information I came across ... described a personal transportation revolution that was becoming tantalizingly close," he writes. "Here, at last, were vehicles that promised to not only greatly reduce pollution but also to perform better, be more reliable, cruise farther, and last much longer than anything the public had ever seen." Written for those "who'd somehow failed to get their engineering Ph.D.s," it absorbingly examines the history of such vehicles, the impact of gasoline automobiles, the pioneers who already utilize alternative power, the large and small R&D operations, the political and financial forces under which everything operates, and the broader picture of sustainable transportation. --Howard Rothman
Construction on temporary walk way in Joplin, Missouri
JOPLIN, Missouri — Danny Lee and Lucia Gamba, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, check out construction work on a sheltered walkway being built at the temporary replacement site for Irving Elementary School in Joplin, Mo.. The school was severely damaged Irving Elementary School by the EF-5 tornado that struck the Joplin area May 22. Lee and Gamba are members of a planning and response team out of the Corps' New York District overseeing the project as part of its mission to provide temporary replacements for critical public facilities like schools and fire stations. (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers photo by Chris Gardner)
Anorad Clean Room
This Research and Development facility is on 18 acres in the Brookhaven Technology Center. This Design/Build project was developed, financed and entitled by TRITEC.
This fast track design/build for lease project utilized precast exterior building panels to help accommodate an aggressive completion schedule. With 40,000 square feet of office space and 90,000 square feet of industrial space this facility is exactly what Anorad needed in order to excel.
Construction began in March of 2002 and was occupied October 2002.
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An Up-to-Date Guide to the Latest LEED-New Construction Guidelines
Fully revised for version 3.0 of the LEED-New Construction rating system (LEED-2009), this GreenSource book helps you acquire the skills needed to apply LEED-NC to sustainable construction projects.
The Engineering Guide to LEED-New Construction, second edition, offers comprehensive coverage of the environmental systems and impacts on which many of the LEED-NC subcategories are based. Detailed equations and exercises in the book can be used to perform the calculations outlined in LEED-NC. Valuable information on real-world applications of LEED-NC in military, low-impact development (LID), and other sectors is included in this practical resource.
THE ENGINEERING GUIDE TO LEED-NEW CONSTRUCTION COVERS:
Introduction to the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED-NC rating system
Energy and atmosphere
Materials and resources
Indoor environmental quality
Innovation in design and regional priorities
A systematic view of green and minimum program requirements
Department of Defense sustainable construction and indoor air quality (IAQ)
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