chris-pyke

From ARC to GRESB: Harnessing ESG Data – Greenbuild 2020

ChuckLohre ARC, ARC Carbon Footprint, Arc Skoru, Chris Pyke, Contemporary Arts Center, Greenbuild

From ARC to GRESB: The power of performance measurement at both asset and portfolio levels within the USGBC programs. Many organizations struggle with managing sustainability data and using the data to identify meaningful insights and drive performance. We will be exploring how to utilize the ARC and GRESB programs, each with varying levels of granularity and differing types of data …

Contemporary Arts Center Sustainability

Sustainability at the CAC

ChuckLohre ARC, ARC Carbon Footprint, Contemporary Arts Center, Energy Star Portfolio Manager

The Easy Way to Start Meeting Your 2030 District’s 50% Energy Reduction Goals Photo by Roland Halbec (Thanks to the 2030 District of Cincinnati, managed by Green Umbrella, for encouraging the CAC to write this article and promoting it in their August 4th newsletter. The link in the newsletter goes to the CAC’s 2030 District Profile page, https://www.2030districts.org/company/contemporary-arts-center. PDF link.) …

Building as a Teaching Tool - Greenbuild 2018

Making the Most of the Building as a Teaching Tool – Greenbuild 2018

ChuckLohre Contemporary Arts Center, Greenbuild

Graphic designer explains the features of the environmental graphics at the elementary school, Greenbuild 2018 presentation. Transcript, “They couldn’t do it all. They needed to hire professionals. I was one of those. I came in at the end of the cosign I’d been lucky enough to work on every single project at [Robisham 00:00:09] since then. Coming in to do …

Greenbuild 2018 - Lohre-LEED-Dynamic-Plaque-Score

USGBC Announces all LEED Certified Green Buildings Eligible for LEED Recertification at Greenbuild 2018

ChuckLohre Contemporary Arts Center, Greenbuild

LEED recertification raises the value of ongoing performance in the built environment, critical to the continued evolution of the building industry at large CHICAGO – (Nov. 15, 2018) – The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) announced that it will begin offering LEED recertification for all LEED certified projects. To be eligible for certification, projects must submit 12 months of data demonstrating …