“It’s what inspired me to learn more about green building,” he said. “I was trying to discover what happened to Mr. Wright’s organic architecture principals.”
The economy has recovered and sustainability is back on the table. Maybe not so much because energy prices have never been lower but there is always that lingering feeling in the build environment. Catch up with us at Greenbuild 2017 Boston.
The exciting project I’m talking about comes from two college guys in Vermont. Needing a capstone project for their degree, the two paired up and proposed a project to convert an old coal power plant into a cultural center in their Vermont town. Not only was their project proposal approved for their capstone project, but they also contacted the mayor and other major players in town to propose the project in actuality – which rarely happens with college capstone projects!
Earth Day Cincinnati’s submissions. Chefs Janet Groeber and Chuck Lohre.
Wednesday, October 2, 2013 – 6:18pm, Green Biz Jonathan Bardelline Few offices take the grand steps to join the greenest of the green, whether anointed by LEED Platinum or the Living Building Challenge. These 10 soared beyond the low-hanging fruit to make major strides in efficiency, material use, recycling and more. 1. Skanska’s VКla GМrd office Some structures on on this list were …
9:30 Arrive and set up coffee and sweets, two pots high powered from Park + Vine and a pot of decaf from Stitwell’s. Schenken and Tea Ring from Grater’s and Girl Scout Cookies. 9:45 Greet guests, 24 adults and two kids 10:00 Gather in great room 10:15 Introduce self, Chuck Lohre, Chair of the local Southwestern Ohio Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council’s …
9:30 Arrive and set up coffee and sweets, pot and a half high powered from Coffee Emporium and a pot of decaf from Stitwell’s. King Cake, Schenken and Tea Ring from Grater’s. 9:45 Greet guests, 20 in all arrived as well as Marc Hueber from builder John Heuber Homes and Dave Horton the U.S. Green Building Council Green Rater with …
Great gifts covering all the bases: Food, Transportation, Energy, Water and Materials.
Casa Bella Verde has chosen to use ICF technology in its design to create the most energy efficient structure known to the building industry. ICF technology enables the designer to create, without limitations, a home with the very maximum energy efficiency.
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