Over the centuries, wrought iron has been an important expressive material that reflects refined taste and character. Despite wrought iron’s rigidity and strength, it can be molded into graceful and elegant shapes with beauty that endures. The possibilities for expression in iron are nearly unlimited.
From K-12 schools at the grass roots level to political leaders at the policy level, students and adults involved in the field of education are going to great lengths to go green.
As the building industry recovers, proper education on building science will be key in terms of both business finances and skilled manpower.
DuPont’s Laura Dwyer shares her three critical ingredients for building a more sustainable future.
The American Institute of Architects’ Design for Decades initiative showcases the design work of its members, practicing architects nationwide. This slide show features some of the AIA’s members’ designs for educational facilities.
The Brightwater Center demystifies the water treatment process for local students and the community.
As a building material, responsibly-sourced wood contributes to efficient construction and operation. Review today’s prevalent green rating systems, building codes and standards as they related to ensuring responsible building practices. Sustainable sourcing of wood, it’s economic, social and environmental implications, and how it factors into rating systems, codes and sourcing practices are addressed. This program is registered with the AIA for 1 HSW/SD hour.
Heifer International's Murphy Keller Education Center extends the charity's Little Rock headquarters amidst sprawling wetlands constructed on Arkansas's largest brownfield.
Seventy-eight schools are recognized for environmental and health-focused curricula, as well as their efforts to reduce their environmental impact and costs.
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