Nicholas Dunlap

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  • Plugging In

    Real estate managers are continuing to seek ways to make dealings with utilities as efficient and effective as possible. Recent studies suggest that aggressive steps by owners of multiple commercial building types, and sometimes by tenants, are helping to keep utility costs down.

    National 03 July 2012 03:24

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