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Ground Broken for New Government Service Center

The first shovels full of dirt were ceremoniously moved in May at the site of the new St. Louis County Government Service Center in Virginia, MN. Once complete, the 63,000-square-foot, $19 million facility will provide an ideal facility for County staff and taxpayers. Gausman & Moore, working with DSGW Architects, provided mechanical and electrical engineering services for the project.

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Principles of Sustainable Design: California’s Title 24 Building Standards

Following the creation of the California Energy Commission (CEC) in 1974, the California Building Energy Efficiency Standards were created by the state legislature in 1978 to uphold safe and green building standards for both residential and non-residential (commercial) buildings. The purpose behind these standards is to improve the performance of facilities and to improve environmental, human, and economic outcomes through operational efficiencies.

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Mark Leutgeb Honored by USGBC MN

On Nov. 2 Mark Leutgeb (Partner, Business Development) was honored by the US Green Building Council (USGBC) Minnesota chapter. Mark was recognized for his “Leadership in elevating the stakeholder experience at IMPACT and his long history of supporting the Minnesota community through volunteer service.”

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Three G&M Projects Featured in Latest Issue of Architecture MN

Gausman & Moore’s engineering expertise and highly qualified Duluth staff is currently on full display in the latest issue of Architecture MN. The July/August 2017 issue includes articles about three projects in the Duluth area that featured G&M’s engineering services. The cover story highlights the headquarters building for Maurices in downtown Duluth. Other projects featured in the issue include the St. Louis County Government Service Center in Duluth, and Weber Music Hall on the University of Minnesota Duluth campus.

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Gov. Dayton Appoints Dave Blume to State Board

Dave Blume (Partner, Roseville Office) was recently appointed to a state board by Gov. Mark Dayton. Blume, an electrical engineer, was appointed to the Board of Architecture, Engineering, Land Surveying, Landscape Architecture, Geoscience, and Interior Design. Dave will serve a four-year term.

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Hennepin County unveils renovated jury room in top 'penthouse' floor

Hennepin County wanted a more inviting, comfortable place for potential jurors to wait.

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Principles of Sustainable Design: Site Optimization

There is a lot that goes into a new sustainability project. And, as part of a series on principles of sustainable design, we will be providing an overview of what goes into such projects. From the initial idea through the design and then finally to construction, sustainably designed buildings take a lot of planning. Part of that planning is site optimization. Here are some of the key components of site optimization in sustainable design:

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5 Energy Saving Tips for Your Business

For many businesses, saving energy and reducing utility bills are constant battles. With the volume of energy needed to power the many computers, lights, heating and cooling systems, not to mention break room or kitchen appliances, it’s no wonder businesses get overwhelmed. However, keeping an eye on energy saving techniques will go a long way in allowing you to use the money saved toward growing your business. Get started on reducing your utility bill today with these 5 energy saving tips for your business:

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