Experts anticipate the green building market to be among the fastest-growing sectors worldwide in the coming years.
Is a Green Build Too Expensive for Me? How to Compromise You don't need every green feature, but may as well pick a few
If you’re building a new home, it’s both eco-friendly and economically prudent to make it as green as it can be. So go ahead and incorporate solar power, buy hyper-efficient appliances and incorporate natural and recycled materials where you can.
Building a Home in 2018? Best Green Modifications to Make Green Construction Now Within Everyone's Reach
Are you building a home in 2018? There’s lots of great green modifications and choices that are now within everyone’s reach…
How to Prepare Buildings for Changing Climate Conditions in 2018 2030 Challenge sets the goal of carbon-neutral buildings within the next 12 years
The 2030 Challenge sets the goal of carbon-neutral buildings within the next 12 years, and we have a lot of work to do to get there….
Is Precast Concrete the Key to Rebuilding Our Infrastructure? Despite $65 Billion Annual Investment, American Infrastructure Still in Rough Shape
Maybe we should start looking to concrete—made out of locally-sourced water, stone, sand & gravel—as a green solution to America’s infrastructure problems.
Sustainable DC, launched in the nation’s capital in 2012, has spurred notable accomplishments, from bicycling innovations to green buildings…
As sustainability becomes more mainstream, more and more products today advertise their green credentials—with many displaying third-party certifications on their labels. But how can consumers know which certifications are legit?
Biophilic design incorporates natural materials, natural light, vegetation, nature views & other experiences of nature into the modern built environment…
Architects, builders and developers are working on a new generation of skyscrapers that are safer and more sustainable.
Greener office buildings are worth more to landlords and real estate investors. On average, the study shows, a green-certified office building is worth $5.6 million more than an office building without any certifications.