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October 1, 2007
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DENVER - An interactive resource for residential green building professionals, www.greenbuildingblocks.com, is asking visitors to submit case histories of the work they have completed, whether in new building construction or renovation.

GreenBuildingBlocks.com is a resource for sustainable, residential green building and home improvement professionals, launched in November 2006. The Website has an online professional services directory for architects, designers, contractors, trade workers, real estate agents, and developers. According to GreenBuildingBlocks.com, it “enables forward-thinking professionals to connect, participate, and profit from the growing residential green building and home improvement market.

“Green Building Blocks is the leading online business resource for green residential building and design professionals. It is the only site offering a comprehensive set of national and regional resources to help sustainable building professionals grow their practical green skills, showcase their work, discover products, and find green partners.”

The Website is asking for case studies for professionals to share with others, in the hopes that idea sharing will benefit the entire green residential building industry.

Publication date: 10/01/2007  

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