Feb05
GOOD NEWS FOR THE ENVIRONMENT FROM 2019 – WAIT, WHAT? PART 2
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The second in a series of four parts to encourage those experiencing eco-anxiety.

Part 2: Coal Dropped by Reinsurance Industry

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Jan27
GOOD NEWS FOR THE ENVIRONMENT FROM 2019 – WAIT, WHAT? PART 1
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The first in a series of four parts to encourage those feeling eco-depressed.

Part 1: Stratospheric Ozone

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Dec12
SEASON'S GREETINGS FROM STEPHEN TURNER INC.
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Nov05
STEPHEN TURNER INC. BUILDING RHODE ISLAND’S WORKFORCE WITH ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAMS
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Last week, Stephen Turner sat on the Industry Innovation Panel in the public forum​ on “Building Rhode Island’s Workforce with Energy Efficiency Programs” hosted by the Rhode Island Energy Efficiency and Resource Management Council (EERMC) to discuss how energy efficiency is contributing to RI's economy through job creation and energy savings.

By engaging in dialog about adapting to a changing industry in light of new policies and incentives, and training and retaining new and incumbent workers, we begin to understand the challenges and opportunities at the intersection of workforce and energy.

Aug13
FREE COMMERCIAL ENERGY CODE TRAINING AND TOUR - NORTH PROVIDENCE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
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Come join us for a free training and tour of the newly renovated North Providence Steven Olney and James L. McGuire Elementary Schools.

This event will start at 5:00PM in the Steven Olney school for a brief presentation followed by a tour of the building. We will then travel to James L. McGuire school to also walk through and review updates.

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Apr23
RISD THESIS STUDENTS TO TOUR WATSON INSTITUTE
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A group of graduate students from the Rhode Island School of Design Interior Architecture program will be touring the recently expanded Watson Institute at Brown University as part of their thesis course work. In conjunction with the tour, Stephen Turner will offer a lecture on building codes and envelope assembly details. The concepts presented will be seen in action in the advanced energy efficiency strategies and commissioning process implemented on the Watson Institute project.

Jan15
FREE COMMERCIAL ENERGY CODE EVENT AT BROWN UNIVERSITY, WATSON INSTITUTE
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Come join us on Thu, January 17, 2019, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM EST, for a free training and tour of the Brown University Watson Institute of International and Public Affairs building.

The project consisted of renovating the existing building and the new construction of an addition at 280 Brook Street. This mixed-use facility is 31,000 square feet. The existing wood framed structure was renovated into a three-story plus mezzanine building and a steel framed, curtain-walled, three-story plus penthouse addition, housing offices, meeting spaces, a large classroom, cafe, and a three-story multi-function atrium space.

The expansion project was designed and constructed to meet the University’s requirements that the project reduces energy use by at least 25% (31% realized) compared to current energy codes. The project will comply with the requirements of LEED v4 BD+C New Construction and Major Renovation and is currently pursuing LEED-NC Silver certification.

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Dec20
HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM ALL OF US AT STEPHEN TURNER INC.
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Oct30
JOIN US FOR A FREE COMMISSIONING TRAINING
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Please join us for a free training on building commissioning and the Rhode Island Commercial Stretch on Wednesday, November 7th at the Viessmann facility in Warwick. This workshop will highlight how building commissioning supports Owner’s energy conservation goals across all commercial buildings from smaller simple buildings to high-performance complex buildings. During this workshop we will discuss actual project case studies highlighting how the commissioning process was executed and how it met the energy efficiency code requirements at each step along the way. Continuing Education hours will be available.

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