Design of new ballpark worries some

Omaha.com reports

“Some future neighbors of the north downtown ballpark are worried that it won’t have the ground-level retail as originally recommended.

Recent plans for the new No-Do stadium, which include less ground-level retail space than originally planned, have caused concerns among the complex’s future neighbors.”

[SOURCE: Omaha.com Money Section].

Beijing sets temperature limits in public buildings – People’s Daily Online

People’s Daily reports

“Recently, the Beijing Municipal Construction Committee, the Beijing Municipal Commission of Urban Planning, and the Beijing Municipal Commission for Reform and Development have called for strengthening management on indoor temperature in Beijing’s public buildings. The indoor temperature in all public buildings that are using air conditioning systems or equipment for cooling or heating must not be lower than 26 Celsius(79) during summer and must not be higher than 20(68F) Celsius during winter.”

[SOURCE: Beijing sets temperature limits in public buildings - People's Daily Online].

More than 195,000 wind turbines to appear outside homes by 2020 – Telegraph

Telegraph.co.uk reports

“The Energy Saving Trust, the independent body in charge of improving energy efficiency in the UK, predicted that the introduction of the tariffs could persuade 8.6 million people – around a quarter of households – to invest in combined heat and power, wind turbines or other low carbon technologies.”

SOURCE: Telegraph – More than 195,000 wind turbines to appear outside homes by 2020 – Telegraph.

Can Landscape Architect James Corner Turn Fresh Kills Landfill Into a City-Changing Park? — New York Magazine

New York Magazine has a feature article on James Corner and the future of Fresh Kills Landfill and what the future holds.

[SOURCE: New York MagazineCan Landscape Architect James Corner Turn Fresh Kills Landfill Into a City-Changing Park?]

Projects worth $800bn under way in the UAE – Emirates Business 24/7

Emirates Business 24/7 reports today that

“Despite caution over future projects, $800 billion (Dh2.9 trillion) of projects are currently under construction in the UAE, according to a survey by Proleads, the research partner of The Big 5.

Though the analysis covers all industries, civil construction developments continue to dominate projects under way topped by Jumeirah Gardens, Dubailand, Palm Deira, Yas Island, and White Bay Umm Al Quwain.”

[SOURCE: Emirates Business 24/7 – Projects worth $800bn under way in the UAE].

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