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Suite Talk: Trudy Dujardin, president of Dujardin Design Associates

"I used to do commercial, but I love the personal interaction with the residential," said Dujardin about her client base.

Stamford Health earns rare environment-friendly certification

Stamford Health has received Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Healthcare Certification, one of only 86 projects in the world to be so certified.

LEED trails off as go-to standard for green buildings

Only 12 commercial properties in Connecticut received LEED certification this year, bringing the state total to 279.

Two new leases signed at 330 Railroad Ave. in Greenwich

The new tenants are R.S. Granoff Architects PC, which occupies 9,000 square feet, and Stone Point Capital, which took a 1,281-square-foot suite.

Developers, CEOs favor ‘green’ upgrades

In a recent survey of top executives conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers L.L.P., 43 percent of U.S. CEOs who responded said they plan to increase efforts to reduce their companies’ environmental impact.

Real Estate in Brief: 2-21-13

A Greenwich building has been awarded a LEED-Exiting Building (EB) Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council, and more.

Laurels for Landis Group

BOMA International’s southern Connecticut chapter bestowed its building of the year award on 400 Atlantic St. in Stamford.

Conn. debuts green building tax credit

Connecticut is readying to award tax credits for “green” buildings.

Nestle Waters leads with HQ

The Connecticut Green Building Council gave Nestle Waters its top award.

Builder goes platinum

C.W. Brown Inc. in Armonk achieves a first in green building design for New York companies outside New York City.