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Integrated design is essential for delivering a cost-effective green building. Successful practitioners have come up with ways to get the whole team collaborating effectively and thinking outside-the-box. Not only are they delivering green projects within conventional building budgets, but many are doing it for a conventional fee. EBN editor Nadav Malin shares their advice on how to make it work, and make it pay.
Green Building News
A network of 15 building-product manufacturers has formed to aid in the development of the Noisette District of North Charleston, South Carolina.
Browning has left his job at RMI to work on the development of Haymount, a New Urbanist town outside Washington, D.C.
Caulking installed during the 1960s and '70s still contains toxic PCBs, threatening the health of those who are exposed to it.
Sprawling development leads to a host of chronic health problems, according to a new study from the RAND(r) Corporation.
Non-flushing urinals have attracted a lot of positive attention, but not every installation has been a success. This article explores the pitfalls and how to avoid them.
Product News & Reviews
Two new building-integrated photovoltaic products provide daylighting while generating power. This article provides the specs on both and, in a sidebar, explores whether PV-glazing is really a good way to go.
From the Editors