Improving building performance requires coordination among many different industry players. The Building Innovation Hub (Hub) in Washington DC is a project from IMT that helps the building industry do just that. Below is an interview that Hub staff conducted with DPR. The original post is on the Hub website. The Hub loves getting to know our members. We … Continued
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