Resource pages for "built environment"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
More than 40 national organizations, industry leaders, and trade associations join to create the Healthy Workplaces Coalition, which will focus on advocating for healthier and safer buildings.
Building management affords a great career trajectory with attractive career prospects right out of the gate.
Real estate executive Randall Lewis' donation—the largest in Urban Land Institute history—will support efforts to make the built environment more sustainable.
Donors envision fund becoming the equivalent of the unrestricted endowments that major universities rely upon to innovate and expand their programs.
A COP26 side event hosted by Architecture 2030 and ASHRAE highlighted growing building stock, consensus-based standards, and building industry involvement
As our need to understand environmental footprinting has come into sharper focus, the role of workplace designers, engineers, contractors, facilities, and operations teams has begun to shift to one of environmental stewardship.
In a groundbreaking new report, "Beyond the Business Case," WorldGBC outlines why real estate businesses can’t afford not to invest in sustainability.
Association leaders commit to greater diversity, equity, and inclusion within the leadership of their organizations.
Together, these real estate companies represent over 2,400 buildings, more than 849 million square feet, and over $397 billion in assets under management.
Shaw Industries’ EcoWorx® Carpet Tile among first in the world to be Cradle to Cradle Certified® under the version 4.0 standard.
Build Better Now, a virtual reality online exhibition, showcases urgent role buildings and cities can play as a solution to climate crisis.
A $1 million donation will support the Urban Land Institute's efforts to combat climate change by pushing cities and building owners to reduce their carbon emissions to zero.
From 4D printing to 5G, new Tech Tracker roadmaps the latest technology using globally-recognized, research-backed data and analysis.
Much of the discussion in the construction community about how to withstand one-time devastating events as well as repeated lesser events that take a toll on the built environment have been centered around the concept of resilience.
The National Institute of Building Sciences recently held an executive Social Equity Roundtable to address diversity, equity, and inclusion in the built environment.
HPDC and CSI are integrating the Crosswalk API into the HPD Builder v2.2—ensuring consistent, accurate data, which feeds into the rating, grading, and certification systems of materials used in the built environment.
As we seek to build spaces that promote health and wellbeing, modular flooring will play an important role in promoting social distancing and safe collaboration within built environments.
Sustainable Buildings for Everyone, Everywhere tackles the climate emergency, health and wellbeing, and resource efficiency issues in the built environment.
Living Systems is a line of Cradle to Cradle Certified Silver 9" x 36" carpet tiles.