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Falcons stadium on track for top sustainability rating

Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the Atlanta Falcon’s new home, is seeking LEED platinum certification — and is “on target” to achieve this highest level of the green building rating from the U.S. Green Building Council, Falcons president and CEO Rich McKay said....

Greenbuild to be held in India in 2017

The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), the creators of the LEED green building rating system, will bring the world’s largest green building conference and expo to Mumbai, India, later this year. Greenbuild will be held Nov.

LEED AP designation demonstrates understanding of green building design

LEED AP credentials show market that you are a leader in the green building movement. Perhaps that’s why many people in an array of businesses seek such designation. LEED AP with specialty credentials showcases in-depth understanding of green building design,...

Honorable mentions announced in Top 10 States for LEED 2016

The U.S. Green Building Council in January released the annual Top 10 States for LEED rankings, spotlighting states leading the way for sustainable transformation of the places where we live, learn, work and play through LEED. But given how close...

ComEd’s new Chicago training center earns LEED gold

ComEd has been awarded LEED gold certification for its Chicago Training Center (CTC) building that opened last year, according to a press release. The Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) rating system, developed by the U.S. Green Building Council...

Is Zero VOC the Same as Being Green?

Most people know that Zero VOC products are better for health and indoor air quality.

Green cement market projected to grow

The global green cement market is expected to more than double in the next several years, according to research. A Transparency Market Research report puts the industry’s value at $38.10 by the end of 2024, up from $14.8 billion in...

San Diego school district to add solar at 24 sites

Continuing to outfit schools across the nation with solar panels, SunPower Corp. will install solar systems at 24 sites this spring in the Cajon Valley Union School District (CVUSD), according to a press release. The solar installations in the El...

Hydrogen: A clean, flexible energy carrier

Hydrogen is the simplest and most abundant element on earth. It consists of only one proton and one electron.

Dubai’s rotating wind-powered skyscraper being built

The modern world is full of unique, eye-catching buildings. But an upcoming Dubai skyscraper is about to put a new spin on the field of architecture. Israeli-Italian architect David Fisher‘s crazy rotating Dynamic Tower – a 1,375-foot-tall highrise – is...

Chicago retail development receives LEED gold

Three components of Chicago’s NEWCITY retail and residential complex have been awarded LEED gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council. Located at 1538 N.

Rutgers initiative wins sustainability award

The New Jersey Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council has awarded the 2016-17 Innovative School Project of the Year to the recently completed College Avenue Redevelopment Initiative at Rutgers University's New Brunswick campus. The Initiative began in 2012 with...

Beijing tower to feature world’s tallest atrium

Beijing is one step closer to completing the world’s tallest atrium. The 190-meter-tall atrium is part of the Leeza Soho, a 46-story mixed-use tower under construction that recently reached level 20. Zaha Hadid Architects designed the light-filled building integrated with...

Should Your Business Use Green Materials?

Modern environmental concerns have turned "green" from a color into a full-fledged movement.

Old offices transformed with top environmental ratings

Owners of aging premium office towers up to 30 years old are achieving significant upgrades to their environmental ratings as they retrofit buildings to attract and retain key tenants. Well-known 30-year-old Rialto building in Melbourne, Australia, has received a 5.5...

St. Louis requires large building owners to track, report energy use

A new ordinance requires owners of St. Louis buildings of at least 50,000 square feet to track their energy use.

Canadian office building expected to be 'ground-breaking' project

Waterloo, Canada, will soon be home to one of the most energy-efficient office buildings in the country, a building so green it produces more energy than it consumes. The building, known as Evolv1, is a collaboration between Sustainable Waterloo Region,...

Energy Efficient Windows Market to Grow 9.71% Through 2023

Nations are ramping up their efforts to reduce their carbon emissions by as much as possible in the light of the exceeding levels of pollution and resource depletion across the world.

Buildings moving faster toward zero net energy status

In 2017, the U.S. Green Building Council is setting its expectations to zero — zero net energy.  According to a report released last quarter by the New Buildings Institute (NBI), there are currently 332 buildings that have been either verified as or are on their way to achieving zero net energy (ZNE).

Firm revamps Singapore office with lush ‘pocket parks’

Singapore’s 48 North Canal Road office space was designed by renowned architecture firm WOHA. Working within local Urban Redevelopment Authority’s guidelines to guard the heritage-protected storefront on one side, the green-loving architects tacked on a vibrant addition to the rear...

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