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CMPBS's Associate Principal Dylan Siegler was quoted in the March 2009 issue of Health Facilities Management magazine. Dylan discussed the recent LEED platinum certification of the Dell Children's... Read More
Christine Cox of Austin Woman Magazine featured Gail in the article "The Greening of America Started in Austin" in the March 2009 issue. The article discusses the formation of CMPBS, Gail's role as... Read More
The Buckminster Fuller Institute (BFI) announced today that CMPBS will advance to the final stage of the 2009 Buckminster Fuller Challenge. CMPBS's entry "Beyond the Petroleum Era: A Proto-... Read More
Pliny discusses the theories of Design for Disassembly, Design for Manufacturing and his experience as lead advisor for the Texas A&M University 2007 Solar Decathlon team in the article "Regional... Read More
The US Green Building Council featured Pliny as one of 15 individuals that have been intimately involved in the green building movement in its 15th anniversary report ’15 Years, 15 Stories’. The... Read More
Writer Christine Cox celebrated CMPBS and Gail's involvement with CMPBS and the US Green Building Council as part of the magazine's 'Green Report'. The article 'A Blueprint for Sustainability' is... Read More
On September 11, at the invitation of the Netherlands Architecture Institute, Pliny participated in roundtable discussions for the Dutch Pavilion of the Venice Biennale. The 2008 Dutch Pavilion ... Read More
Pliny acted as feature editor for Arcade Magazine's fall issue (Volume 27.01). The focus of the issue is waste, with topics ranging from water bottles designed for reuse, to recycling networks in the... Read More
We’re proud to announce that CMPBS’ entry to the 99k House Competition was selected as one of 54 ‘jury picks’ to be exhibited this fall along with finalists and honorable mentions. The exhibit will... Read More
In October 2007, CMPBS partnered with Rich MacMath at HDR Architecture, and John Motloch at Ball State University on a competition entry for the Buckminster Fuller Challenge. The entry, called... Read More

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