This matrix compares the requirements of building performance standards in U.S. cities and states.
This matrix compares the requirements of commercial building audit, tune-ups, and retrocommissioning (RCx) policies in U.S. cities and states.
This document examines the missing link between energy codes and building performance standards. It offers cities clear actions for smart regulation.
U.S. buildings can help us transition to renewable energy by becoming active participants in the grid rather than just passive consumers.
IMT welcomes Jonathan Arnold, President and CEO of Arnold Development Group and Carlton Brown, Principal of Direct Invest Development, LLC to its Board of Directors.
This paper hopes to help jurisdictions design policies and budget for programs to enable affordable housing to benefit from building performance standards.
In this Q&A, Esmeralda Hic, IMT’s Policy Fellow reflects on her community’s fight for environmental justice in California.
To get a sense of how benchmarking is influencing real estate management on the ground, IMT spoke with Chris Meinert, Chief Engineer for the Embassy Suites by Hilton St. Louis Downtown.
IMT helps cities enjoy the economic, environmental, and social benefits of high-performing buildings through building performance policies that create healthy and resilient communities. Collaborating with building owners, tenants, governments, and other city and corporate stakeholders, as well as NGOs and strategic partners, IMT’s expert staff strive to catalyze collective and permanent market change in the … Continued
Local governments are adopting ambitious building performance policies to achieve climate goals, but how can they preserve housing affordability?