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LEED supporters and timber industry square off for recognition

To LEED or not to LEED? That’s the question being waged by several groups in Mississippi and elsewhere. The U.S. Green Building Council developed LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) as a building standard to make structures healthier and more energy efficient. The certification has been embraced by architects and many in the construction industry. However, the Mississippi Forestry ...

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Why termites are good for our buildings

I recently spent some time back at Mississippi State’s fifth-year architecture school here in Jackson talking to some students about their work. I find these times a place where I can get inspired and find some hope and optimism back in the world from the pure and innocence of design that can be mired by a practice. Okay, admittedly, this ...

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Keeping your resolution

>> New Year’s is the time to start fresh. It is the time we have to reinvent ourselves. This largely ceremonial journey is celebrated by almost half of Americans. I personally feel like almost everyone I know makes some sort of resolution. While the studies are not clear about the number of Americans making resolutions, they all agree that as ...

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Rallying behind sustainability

I have never been to a ghost town. I don’t view this as an unfortunate shortcoming of my youth; I have seen enough Westerns in my years that I get the idea. I don’t imagine that they are really ghosts towns anymore as much as they are the idea of a ghost town with souvenir stands with t-shirts and snow ...

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Read the October 3rd issue of the MBJ online

In this week’s MBJ, Clay Chandler examines whether there is a megasite available for a new Hyundai plant. The MDA’s Leland Speed says there are no sites available. However, the East Mississippi Business Development Corp. executive director Wade Jones says the 1,400-acre Kewanee site is still available for Hyundai or anyone else that wants it. So, what is Leland Speed ...

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Efficiency equals big savings for manufacturers

Saving on energy in manufacturing isn’t just a “green” thing. It can free up money that manufacturers can use to grow their businesses in other ways. That was the message delivered at the enHance workshop hosted by the Mississippi Manufacturers Association and Mississippi Department for Environmental Quality April 5. ABB Kuhlman, a power products manufacturer in Crystal Springs, benefited greatly ...

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Small Business Spotlight: Seabold Architectural Studio, Jackson

Part problem-solver, part fireman…All architect: Good attitude, lots of experience make for fun, creative design projects Jeff Seabold believes in the power of positive thinking, and he uses that philosophy in approaching the architectural dilemmas he’s often called on to resolve. “I used to joke that I draw pretty pictures for a living, and I also put out fires,” Seabold said. ...

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