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‘SkyLab’ Building Testing Facility Opens in Singapore
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‘SkyLab’ Building Testing Facility Opens in Singapore

The partnership with the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, in California,... More

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Three Exceptional Adaptive Reuse Projects

These three projects from Architect's Project Gallery draw from history to create new inventive and useful structures that still maintain a close connection to their past, whether in design or ideology. More

USGBC Teams Up With Honeywell to Monitor Building Performance
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USGBC Teams Up With Honeywell to Monitor Building Performance

The US Green Building Council and Honeywell announced a new partnership last week... More

NIBS Releases a High-Performance Design Resource and the AIA Approves
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NIBS Releases a High-Performance Design Resource and the AIA Approves

The National Institute of Building Sciences’ free online guide compiles... More

National Healthy Housing Standard Released
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National Healthy Housing Standard Released

The new standard from the National Center for Healthy Housing and the American... More

Building Organizations Commit to Promoting Resilient Design
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Building Organizations Commit to Promoting Resilient Design

Twenty organizations from the building, construction, and design industry sign on... More

Health is not a Building Typology
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Health is not a Building Typology

Designing for health is different from healthcare design. The AIA, with a guest... More

D.C. Releases Energy Benchmarking Data
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D.C. Releases Energy Benchmarking Data

The District of Columbia is the second jurisdiction in the U.S. to publicly... More

New York Opens Bank for Clean Energy Projects
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New York Opens Bank for Clean Energy Projects

The New York Green Bank should stimulate private sector financing for commercial,... More

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When Water Conservation is Not Enough

Long-term efficiency is critical going forward, and your first step should be conducting a water audit. Here are some common denominators to consider. More

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