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Study Shows $10-20 Billion Green Building Market by 2010


The Green Building SmartMarket Report, released by McGraw-Hill Construction, shows the green building market to reach $10-20 billion by 2010. The SmartMarket report also shows that 60% of architects, engineers, and contractors are already specifying and installing green building products in their designs. Green buildings are also shown to have an 8-10% lower operating cost than other buildings.





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