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Adam DiSabatino

PNovember 3, 2015
PNovember 3, 2015

Crisis in the Glass Industry? Shattering the Fears.

It seems like every material has its turn.  Hurricanes cause spikes in wood prices, the Chinese boom caused a spike in steel prices; strikes caused spikes in cement prices.  And well, now it appears to be glass’ turn. Translucent materials such as glass and glazing have been used as an architectural building material since Roman…
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PAugust 28, 2014
PAugust 28, 2014

The Pursuit of Efficiency

We all want to be efficient. Whether that is with our daily schedule, or with our utility costs at home. Everybody wants to make sure they plan their day accordingly because everyone’s time is a valuable asset. Some think of how to use the least amount of fuel to achieve maximum production in traveling to…
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PFebruary 11, 2013
PFebruary 11, 2013

Can You Get More Green with Less Green?

What comes to mind when you hear SUSTAINABILITY? What comes to mind when you hear GREEN DESIGN? What comes to mind when you hear LED LIGHTING? A lot of the same thoughts likely come up as you ask yourself these questions, and chances are, two thoughts are consistent with all three questions.  How much more…
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PApril 17, 2012
PApril 17, 2012

Gene DiSabatino’s Place in History: EDiS’s Very Own “Forrest Gump!” (Part Three)

During the tenure of 3rd generation member Gene DiSabatino’s time at Ernest DiSabatino & Sons, all field workers were part of their respective local unions. As general contractors always looking for work, Ernest DiSabatino & Sons occasionally participated in non-union work. The mix of union and non-union workers on the same job site made for…
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PApril 11, 2012
PApril 11, 2012

Gene DiSabatino’s Place in History: EDiS’ Very Own “Forrest Gump!” (Part Two)

Part 2: Gene DiSabatino: The Construction Manager As Gene returned state side after a life changing experience during WWII, he married his sweetheart, Mary Clare, in September of 1945. They had met in Los Alamos, NM while working on the Manhattan Project. She had been an Executive Secretary to physicist Norman Ramsey. A year later…
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PJanuary 17, 2012
PJanuary 17, 2012

Your Project Take 1: Mock-ups!

Co-Authored by Mike Neal, LEED Green Associate So you’re embarking on a building project. You’ve hired an architect and have a building on paper that was designed to fit your needs. You’ve taken your design and gone out to bid. The bids have come in (hopefully within budget!) and you’ve selected a contractor to perform…
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