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Embodied Energy Study Report   Embodied Energy Study: Lightweight Concrete in Steel Framed Building (September 2012)
This report presents the results of an embodied energy study performed by Walter P. Moore and
Associates, Inc. The purpose of the study was to compare the embodied energy in the structural
system of a steel framed building with lightweight concrete floor slabs on composite steel deck
to the same system utilizing normalweight concrete.
7700 Structural LWA Holistic Contribution 7700 Structural Lightweight Aggregates’ Holistic Contribution to Sustainable Development
ESCSI commitment to Sustainable Development and How SLC fits into the LEED
Green Building Rating System. (June 2004)
7700.1 A Holistic Approach 7700.1 A Holistic Approach to Sustainability For the Concrete Community
( J.P. Ries and T.A. Holm) (Mar 2004)
  9153 ESCS Embodied Energy  9153 Embodied Energy to Manufacture Expanded Shale, Clay and Slate Lightweight Aggregate (ESCS) 
(Jan. 2015)