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Consistency will benefit the environment, code compliance, facility management professionals, builders, and designers.
The new structure replaces an aging facility with a state-of-the-art bus transportation center that meets the city’s needs while minimizing its impact on the surrounding neighborhood.
At the University of Baltimore, a new facility features passive heating and cooling, and natural ventilation.
When the program began, the annual recycling rate was 15%. Now the entire complex is recycling 60% of the two million pounds of waste generated on average each year.
Recent Turner study shows significant growth in interest in Green Globes® and other systems.
Even the best laid sustainability initiatives can be foiled by unaware, unresponsive, or just plain unwilling occupants.
Green Globes uses the services of independent assessors and uses the ANSI national consensus process for developing its Green Globes tools for new construction and major renovations, the subjects of the U.S. DOE rule.
Find out how the Renovate system can offer energy savings of up to 25%, provide consistent indoor thermal comfort, reduce outside noise transmission, contribute points towards LEED certification, and more at a lower cost than a traditional window replacement.
In pursuing LEED certification, Grand Valley State University keeps operational goals at the forefront.
Old can be as good as new, especially when pursuing sustainable certifications.