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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT:
TEGNOS Moving in a New Direction!
November 1, 2018. For over 10 years, TEGNOS Research has
focused on the construction industry, with a special emphasis
on energy efficiency, sustainability, and resiliency. However,
after our permanent move to Southern Arizona just a few miles
from the Mexican state of Sonora, we have become increasingly
focused on this unique region commonly known as “The
Borderlands.” As a result, our current research is targeted
toward important environmental, cultural and economic issues
that impact those who live of the border regions of the United
States and Mexico.

Although the subject of our research is changing, we will
continue to provide an objective approach to the issues we
address, just as we did for the construction industry. As before,
we will remain focused research, education, and advocacy that
can be used to can be used to increase understanding of
critical topics. In view of our new research  focus, TEGNOS has
adopted a new motto:
“Bridging Boundaries," which succinctly
captures how we hope to build bridges of understanding and
shared purpose for all residents of our unique bi-national
community.

For past clients, we will continue to make available much of the
building envelope research we have published in the past.
Many of the papers previously published, including articles
addressing equivalent uniform annual cost, net Carbon
reduction, and building resilience remain relevant and in-
demand. For more information regarding our library of building
envelope articles, please visit our Research Archives.
Preview the Latest TEGNOS Educational Presentation!
U.S. Immigration Policy: Yesterday and Today. This three-week educational program focuses on the U.S. immigration
system and how it affects people across the world coming to the United States to visit, conduct business, obtain employment,
seek asylum, and gain citizenship. Throughout each weekly session, special emphasis will be placed on immigration policies
and consequences affecting the Borderland region of the southwest United States.
Week 1: History of U.S. Immigration. This session provides a brief review of the key events
that have shaped US immigration policy, from the early English and Spanish settlements,
through the rapid growth of a new nation, and to the ongoing uncertainties affecting
immigration today.  
Week 2: How Immigration Works Today. This session focuses the nuts and bolts of U.S.
visa regulations affecting people across the world seeking to enter the United States,
including tourists, students, temporary workers, refugees, legal immigrants, and the
undocumented.  
Week 3: Immigration Moving Forward. This session focuses on the unintended
consequences and conflicts within U.S. immigration policy as well as current perceptions
and the reality of immigration today.  
Nogales Border Fence at Night
Hugh Cabot