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U.S. Green Building Council

U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)

The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) is helping change the way buildings and communities are designed, built and operated. We believe in better buildings — places that complement our environment and enhance our communities, and places that give people better, brighter, healthier spaces to live, work and play.

Visit the USGBC x GBCI booth (#1111) on the expo hall floor. Our booth will be the place to learn, shop and explore...

U.S. Heritage Group, Inc.

For over 17 years US Heritage Group has been focused on the development and manufacture of the highest quality masonry material solutions available in support of historic and non-historic restoration projects across North America. Though often overlooked, the long-term results of entire restoration projects are heavily dependent upon deep understanding of the relationship between building envelope design, operating environment, masonry materials, and people involved in the project.

UH Department of Architecture

UH Department of Architecture

The Department of Architecture is a diverse community of practitioners, teachers, and students dedicated to educating future architectural professionals and growing the knowledge base of the profession. Our commitment is to engage architecture in its civic, social, and professional realms for the ultimate benefit of the built environment and those who use it. Read more on our mission and vision.

UL Environment
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UL Environment

UL Environment works to advance global sustainability, environmental health, and safety by supporting the growth and development of environmentally preferable products, services, and organizations. We help companies achieve their sustainability goals—and help purchasers, specifiers, retailers, governments, and consumers find products they can trust.

Ultra-Aire
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Ultra-Aire

Therma-Stor LLC, located in Madison, Wisconsin, was established in 1977 to apply advanced heat transfer technologies to residential and commercial markets. Beginning with heat recovery water heaters, Therma-Stor now also manufactures a line of residential dehumidifiers, which includes the Santa Fe series of free-standing dehumidifiers and the Ultra-Aire series of whole house ventilating dehumidifiers. Therma-Stor also offers Quest Hi-E Dry commercial dehumidifiers and the Phoenix line of restoration equipment for dehumidification, air scrubbing, water extraction, and evaporative drying.

Unilock New York, Inc. Boston Division

Unilock New York, Inc. Boston Division

Over 40 years ago, our founder stumbled upon a unique little European product called the Uni-Stone. Intrigued by the benefits of this revolutionary paving method, he decided to license the product and bring the concept to North America. He purchased a basic paver machine from Europe and hired a small staff to produce the stones.

Founder Ed Bryant – circa 1972

United Soybean Board
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United Soybean Board

The United Soybean Board (USB) is a farmer-funded organization working with industry to commercialize sustainable building products and other industrial applications using soybean-based chemistry. The USB trade show booth, “Discover the Soy Advantage,”  will feature a number of soy-based products for sustainable building that include paints, coatings, adhesives, solvents, composites and foams, as well as new research including fibers, paper and rubber.

United Technologies - Climate, Controls, Security

United Technologies Corporation (UTC)

UTC provides high-technology systems and services to the building industry through its business units UTC Climate, Controls & Security and Otis.  www.utc.comUTC Climate, Controls & Security's fire safety, security, building automation, heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration systems and services promote safer, smarter and sustainable buildings.  www.ccs.utc.comOtis elevators, escalators and moving walkways keep people moving.

Unitronics Systems, Inc.

Unitronics Systems is a turn-key provider of automated parking solutions.  Unitronics provides over 27 years of expertise in the design, manufacture and installation of automated logistics systems.  Unitronics has various installations located throughout North America while the parent company, Unitronics, has provided automated warehousing solutions to Fortune 500 companies throughout the globe.  Our design professionals have the extensive experience to analyze your project and deliver a robust and cost effective system design that maximizes parking capacity.

Unity Creations, Ltd.

Unity Creations, Ltd.

Unity has developed and patented a superior, resilient product, made from 100% recycled tires, that is clean and safe to use in any indoor and outdoor environment. Our maintenance free safety surfacing, flooring and paver products are a double tile-mat-block-paver with an authentic, quadruple, interlocking design built directly into the product, thus eliminating the need for fasteners, pins, clips, etc.

Unity Homes

OUR GOAL—and the goal of many homebuilders committed to sustainability—is to make high-performance, low-energy homes widely available and more affordable. To do this means streamlining and optimizing all of our processes, while building distributed production capacity in order to achieve economies of scale.

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Universal Window and Door, LLC.

For nearly 50 years, Universal Window and Door has provided architects, general contractors and developers of Historic Buildings with high-quality, technologically-advanced custom window solutions. We design and manufacture all of our products at our Marlborough, MA facility, thus ensuring enhanced quality control standards as well as providing flexibility to meet customer requests.

University of Hartford, Department of Architecture