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Researchers reveal simple ways to empower occupants to reduce energy, water, and waste. It all starts with good design.
Green Building News
The board has until the end of 2016 to complete its search for the leader’s replacement.
Little more than a building permit is now needed to document six LEED credits if your project is subject to California code requirements.
Project teams appear to function better, and their buildings end up greener, under collaborative project delivery.
Not everyone was satisfied with the 2014 environmental building criteria conditions from the NAAB. Here's what's happening now.
ASID’s Outlook Report ranks health and wellness first and sustainability third in most influential industry trends.
The pressures of prefabrication encourage an integrative process and on-time project delivery, though transportation and building culture remain issues.
With its free Mindful Materials label, HKS Architects offers a quick reference for finding green products on library shelves.
A high GRESB score could mark a good real estate stock or equity investment, according to researchers.
Product News & Reviews
The Securock ExoAir 430 system combines USG’s gypsum sheathing with a factory-applied air-and-water barrier from Tremco for jobsite quality control.
ThyssenKrupp is documenting its footprint and optimizing ingredients for some of the most complex and costly building systems: elevators.
Formaldehyde emissions from composite wood products will soon be strictly regulated in the U.S., but questions remain.