ZGF Architects designs a flexible and sustainable government building that fosters workplace collaboration and a connection to the outdoors.
KMD Architects works with city officials to create a world-class sustainable building that fits in with its classical surroundings.
The Shaheen-Portman Energy Efficiency Bill could bring about the most significant energy legislation in seven years, but would passing it cost the federal government its carbon neutrality requirements?
The District of Columbia is the second jurisdiction in the U.S. to publicly release energy benchmarking data on the area's largest private buildings. What does it show?
A new ENERGY STAR score introduced by Fannie Mae enables multifamily building owners to compare performance to similar buildings based on data from more than 1,000 survey responses nationwide.
Following the introduction of the Energy Efficiency Tax Incentives Act to restore and boost energy efficiency tax credits for buildings, the Senate Finance Committee votes to retroactively extend a deduction for commercial and multifamily buildings.
A new report from the General Accounting Office recommends more coordination among the primary agencies that promote green building in the private sector.
The amount of building space that is certified green will leap more than 780% worldwide during the next 10 years, but only a fraction of the upsurge will be residential structures, according to a new study by Pike Research.
Energy and water bill moves forward, restricting spending in fiscal year 2013 to reduce government buildings’ use of fossil fuels.
Lucia Athens, former manager of the City of Seattle Green Building Program, explains how architects and designers can foster relationships with their local governments to promote sustainable building.
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