How Sustainable Building Policy is Evolving

26 April 2023AEC, Architecture, Architecture and Engineering, Construction, SustainabilityCarol Dunn

The green/sustainable building movement has continued to grow, crossing generations, disciplines and borders around the world.

4 Things You Should Know About Sustainable Architecture on Earth Day

13 April 2023Architecture, Graitec, innovation, Non classé, SustainabilityCarol Dunn

Architecture is a symbiotic relationship between culture and nature; sustainable architecture achieves better balance when human beings are included in…

VIDEO: Green Roofs, Blue Roofs and a Sustainable Water Future

14 September 2022Architecture and Engineering, Construction, Digital Transformation, Water/WastewaterCarol Dunn

As pressure from planning departments progressively focuses on sustainable design, the use of blue and green roofs is increasing.

Green Trends that Will Affect the Way You Build

14 February 2022All, Architecture and Engineering, Construction, Digital Transformation, Manufacturing, UncategorizedCarol Dunn

Green buildings help organizations meet commitments and maximize efficiency, resilience, health, and sustainability.

Investors Are Looking for Greener Buildings

8 November 2021Architecture and Engineering, Construction, Sustainability, UncategorizedRichard Burroughs

How sustainability planning is affecting project design, real estate development, investment priorities, and even interest rates.

Wooden Nails and Other Cool Low-Tech Inventions

2 December 2020All, innovationCaitlin Dunn

three incredible inventions that have emerged as our knowledge continues to advance

A Greener Building . . . Literally

9 November 2020All, Bluebeam, SustainabilityCaitlin Dunn

LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) credits are available to companies who use vertical gardens for five different categories

No result