Credit: Photo courtesy Stacy Smedley, Skanska USA
A radical new paradigm is on the way for engaging with projects after they’re “completed”—and clients couldn’t be happier.
Product News & Reviews
Inhabit and WallArt offer decorative three-dimensional wall panels made from bagasse, or sugarcane waste fiber, and with no chemical binders or flame retardants.
Recycled PVC inside vinyl floor tiles often contains lead and other additives from rubber-covered wiring, according to researchers.
Green Building News
Buildings will be able to display a standard label showing energy use under a new program from the International Living Future Institute.
2015 Project awards from the AIA’s Committee on the Environment (COTE) celebrate how mainstream good design can be.
The federal R&D credit looks like low-hanging fruit, but there might be a worm in the apple. Experts share lower-risk ways for AEC firms to file.
If PV were installed only in developed locations throughout California, the state could meets its energy needs three to five times over.
Projects certified under LBC will be able to get full LEED credit in energy and water categories without added documentation.
From the Editors
The green building world has lost another champion, Muscoe Martin, of Philadelphia.
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