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Spurred by tragic Oakland warehouse fire, the Community Arts Stabilization Trust (CAST), a nonprofit real estate organization, has launched a new financial and technical assistance program.
Several K-12 and higher education facilities are among the 22 organizations receiving up to $60,000 each for water quality initiatives.
The Roof Coatings Manufacturers Association (RCMA) has made its Reflective Roof Rebates Database, originally created exclusively for use by RCMA members, available to the general public.
The United States Tennis Association offers technical and financial support to help build or renovate tennis courts at facilities throughout the country.
Recent events force K-12 facility managers to evaluate security measures in their schools. From the March 2013 issue of Today's Facility Manager.
This fall, employees at One Met Square have sent an average of 1.5 tons of food per week to be composted, rather than simply discarded.
This will fund the major portion of an expansion of the earthquake engineering lab where, for the past 25 years, researchers have conducted experiments of building and testing large scale structures and bridges to advance seismic safety.
The Georgia World Congress Center has been awarded a $2.3 million grant for a major lighting retrofit and controls system upgrade.
Keep America Beautiful has announced the organizations that have been awarded $2,500 grants through the 2010 Graffiti Hurts Grant Program.
United Way of Central Maryland (UWCM) was announced as the recipient of a $30,000 grant to assist in implementing United Way Youth Venture.
Two grants awarded through the FAA's Airport Improvement Program will allow for the purchase and installation of new solar panels, heaters, and chillers at George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH).
OSHA is soliciting applications for nearly $7 million in Susan Harwood Training Grants available to nonprofit, community, and faith-based organizations. Applications are due July 24, 2009.
Eligible communities and groups can use the funds to address graffiti prevention and education, rapid removal, or help to enforce local anti-graffiti laws.