An Atlanta project fuses sustainability with hope as it prepares final stages toward construction.
Across the country, more than 300 schools have been built using insulated concrete forms, according to the ICF Manufacturer's association.
The library was designed to be a gathering place for all of the citizens of Austin.
Built entirely of materials containing no toxic chemicals, the tasting room at Cowhorn Vineyard & Garden has superior indoor air quality and a warm, comfortable feel year-round.
The Campus Crossroads Project was designed to place Notre Dame Stadium at the intersection of research, student life, event and hospitality space.
The Frick Environmental Center is the first Living Building in the U.S. that is municipally owned and free and open to the public.
The project was designed to create a campus center that builds community with an emphasis on connectivity, transparency, and engagement with Harvard Square.
The project will be open to special needs individuals, with preference given to those with Asperger’s syndrome or multiple sclerosis.
1,400 solar panels will generate 40% of the building’s electrical needs.
To control sex selection it is vital to ensure that tortoise eggs are incubated at the designated temperatures.
Higher education taking lead in educating people about value of high-performance construction
Benefits, new financing options make solutions more popular in private sector
With 2018 upon us, this past year set the stage for further advancements in green and sustainable building
Commercial builders are seeing the advantages of building with insulated concrete forms, including faster build times and lower labor requirements.
System serves special needs students in historic structure
Clark County (Ky.) Public Schools has improved upon its chilled beam energy-saving model with the recent HVAC retrofit of a 43-year-old school building.
The new model offers a 1.28 gallons per flush/4.8 liters per flush high-efficiency option replacing its previous 1.6 gpf/6.0 lpf model.
"State of Our Schools" indicates that deficit prevents upkeep of most K-12 facilities, potentially impacting student learning and health.
An integrated daylighting approach to commercial spaces cuts energy costs and improves productivity.
As buildings become tighter, new systems bring balance between fresh and poor air.