Credit: Image courtesy Freeman French Freeman Architects, Inc.
Tools modeling heat and moisture flows in building envelopes, such as WUFI, offer vital information for architects and engineers-but their misuse can do harm.
Product News & Reviews
The foamed magnesium oxide cement is often seen as a blue-ribbon contender for least-toxic insulation. But the manufacturer falls short in providing key metrics.
Green Building News
New categories of certification under the Passive House standards will recognize buildings that offset energy use with onsite renewables.
There's public wrangling over green building policy, and then there's the stuff that goes on behind closed doors. We got a rare peek through the keyhole.
Urging a LEED v4 ban, SCR 25 has passed in the Ohio Senate with support from the vinyl, coal, and forestry industries.
Researchers argue that almost 20% of LEED projects earn additional points simply for the marketing benefits of a higher certification.
When using federal dollars to button up, low-income homeowners don't get additional funding for radon mitigation. What happens next? The government isn't telling.
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