More stories about UTAH

  • The Week in Green: Oct. 15-21

    A roundup of green building news including the demise of a Salt Lake City green building center, an upcoming ICC vote on energy efficiency, and glass solar roof tiles.

  • Case Study: Utah’s Daybreak Community Offers Solar Standard, Affordably

    Garbett Homes’ new 22-home community near Salt Lake City is the first in Utah to feature super-efficient solar technology standard at a price point affordable to first-time buyers.

  • Kennecott Utah Copper / Copperton, Utah

    This 24,000-square-foot (2230-m2), 6-story mixed office and retail building includes ceiling heights designed to maximize energy efficiency, dual-flush toilets, sensor-operated faucets, tinted double-pane operable windows, carpeting made from recycled materials, an on-site recycling center...

  • Center Sets Standard in Sustainable Community

    The LEED Platinum Daybreak Corporate Center maximizes daylight, water and energy in a sustainable community development on reclaimed mining land.

  • Tool Estimates LEED Project Costs

    To help solve LEED-cost issues, MHTN Architects Inc., Salt Lake City, developed a cost-estimating tool.