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Feb. 5, 2008 ― Victaulic Releases Green Edition Of Podcast Series

February 5, 2008
CompressedSchedule.com hosts latest interviews with industry experts in Radio Victaulic podcast series.

CompressedSchedule.com, an industry portal sponsored by Victaulic Co., released its latest edition of the Radio Victaulic podcast series featuring industry experts who address many topics faced in the construction, building and maintenance sectors. The podcasts in this edition focus on green building and sustainable design.  

All visitors to CompressedSchedule.com may subscribe to the Radio Victaulic podcast series to obtain helpful information on-the-go. Visitors also can register to receive updates when new podcasts are posted.  The podcast, “Shades of Green,” features John Sommers of Henderson Engineers, a multidiscipline engineering design firm based in Lenexa, Kan. During the interview, Sommers provides information on some key LEED-rated projects and his extensive experience working in sustainable building construction.

Another podcast with Pat Cornelison, associate principal architect at Somerville, Mass.-based Arrowstreet Inc., gives insight into the Artists for Humanity Epicenter, a LEED Platinum rated building in Boston. The epicenter is one of the most environmentally progressive buildings in the country, and Cornelison shares insight into the design of the building and the modifications that were made to help it earn its rating. 

In addition to the podcasts, CompressedSchedule.com offers articles from Victaulic media partners in the United Kingdom and Australia. More global content will follow from Victaulic media partners in the Asia Pacific region in upcoming editions. Through the addition of content from overseas, the site will provide useful articles for meeting deadlines on compressed construction project schedules to audience members across the globe. “By incorporating global content, the website has become a valuable compilation of information and resources that are critical to industry professionals today, no matter where their project may be,” the site states.