UN building gets environmental overhaul

11/9/2009 | ABC News

A $2 billion renovation of the United Nations headquarters building in Manhattan will cut its energy use almost in half by the time work is completed in 2014. The renovating architects intend to preserve the appearance of openness given by the building's well-known glass facade while eliminating its asbestos, leaky ceilings and fire hazards.

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