The Hub and Clark Construction Group kicked off the What It Takes series with a panel focused on the role of design and design professionals in decarbonizing buildings.
How the Biden administration can set building performance standards for federal buildings that benefit people and climate
Building audit and tune-up policies can improve energy efficiency and building performance while reducing carbon emissions and operational costs.
Building audit and tune-up policies can improve energy efficiency and building performance while reducing city carbon emissions and operational costs.
Here are some major takeaways from a Building Innovation Hub event with AOBA Educational Foundation.
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Commons is the first multifamily Passive House-certified retrofit project in the country.
Frank Oswald, St. Louis Building Commissioner, and Rajiv Ravulapati explain how they engaged stakeholders for the new policy.
St. Louis Mayor Lyda Krewson has signed into law the first Building Performance Standard in the Midwest.
On April 20, the St. Louis Board of Aldermen voted to adopt the Midwest’s first Building Energy Performance Standard bill and the fourth such law in the nation.
To cut carbon pollution by 200,000 metric tons, large commercial buildings in Philadelphia are now subject to a building tune-up requirement to improve energy efficiency.