Baseball and other sporting venues are increasingly looking to sustainable building practices to cut costs and appeal to green-minded fans.
Collaborative investment, contests and grant awards are spurring studies of how drones can ease air and land traffic management issues.
Electric vehicles still account for a small percentage of automobiles on U.S. roads — about 1.13 percent of market share by the end of 2017 — but the growth trend is clearly upward. And that means builders and developers are increasingly compelled to include EV charging stations in their projects.
Caesars has already reduced water use by 21% and diverted 41% of waste from landfills.
BIPV products deliver savings in materials and utility costs, reduce a building's carbon footprint, and may add another layer of architectural appeal.
The program focuses on bridging the gap between emergent smart city technologies and building and infrastructure operators seeking innovations to enhance the city's liveability.
The green wall is living artwork that attracts and engages customers as they enjoy their coffee in the café’s upper-level seating area.
Energy from renewable sources -- solar, wind, biofuels etc. -- can be used to offset power from the grid.
Energy demand will be reduced with zonal controls and the ability to dynamically reduce LED fixture output.
The sector faces a cumulative energy bill of $41 billion a year with diverse building types.
The Campus Crossroads Project was designed to place Notre Dame Stadium at the intersection of research, student life, event and hospitality space.
In 2017, the Downtown Allentown Revitalization District was honored with a Global Award of Excellence by the Urban Land Institute.
New 3 IN 1 tile combines protection, insulation, solar into a single product to boost energy efficiency
Partners are driving the adoption of new energy efficient equipment through targeted technology campaigns.
With more than 85 percent of villas sold, this additional development offers more options for eco-friendly waterfront living.
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