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Michael Deane: Turner made its first formal commitment to green building in 2004. It was done following a few years observation and then focused research. Turner built some of the first LEED certified buildings in 2001/2002. By 2003, the green building market had picked up enough that our senior management was interested in finding out if there was potential growth.Michael Deane: Turner made its first formal commitment to green building in 2004. It was done following a few years observation and then focused research. Turner built some of the first LEED certified buildings in 2001/2002. By 2003, the green building market had picked up enough that our senior management was interested in finding out if there was potential growth.

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Michael Deane: Turner made its first formal commitment to green building in 2004. It was done following a few years observation and then focused research. Turner built some of the first LEED certified buildings in 2001/2002. By 2003, the green building market had picked up enough that our senior management was interested.

Michael Deane: Turner made its first formal commitment to green building in 2004. It was done following a few years observation and then focused research. Turner built some of the first LEED certified buildings in 2001/2002. By 2003, the green building market had picked up enough that our senior management was interested in finding out if there was potential growth.

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