National Institute of Building Sciences
Resource pages for "National Institute of Building Sciences"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
The National Institute of Building Sciences will release a report on diversity, social equity and inclusion in May 2023.
Given the state of climate change, along with an increased focus on building safety and security, building resiliency is more top of mind than ever.
The roadmap will help Americans and the nation’s built environment manage risk to mitigate the devastating effects of climate change.
The former Architect of the Capitol will lead National Institute of Building Sciences beginning January 2022.
Association leaders commit to greater diversity, equity, and inclusion within the leadership of their organizations.
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.
The National Institute of Building Sciences Consultative Council recommends three components of healthy buildings to President Biden and policymakers.
The National Institute of Building Sciences will work with the Centre for Digital Built Britain on the development of the U.S. National Building Information Management (BIM) Program.
The National Institute of Building Sciences' September virtual conference will feature tracks on Resilience, Technology, and Workplace.
The National Institute of Building Sciences joined more than 2,000 public sector representatives from 100 countries to form a new Global BIM Network.
BSSC recognized individuals and organizations that support its mission of enhancing public safety through improved seismic planning, design, construction and regulation in the building community.
Nearly 40 business and government leaders discussed the need for a National Building Information Management Program to improve the relationships, performance and profitability of the increasingly digitalized U.S. AECO industry
As the frequency and severity of natural hazards continue to increase year-over-year, a new FEMA study reaffirms that building codes continue to be the best first line of defense.
The BIM Council will lead the development of U.S. information management standards and building processes.
The Building Seismic Safety Council's new seismic provisions for the National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program support strong standards and codes to bolster building resilience.
The National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS) and New Buildings Institute (NBI), with support from the U.S. Department of Energy and the Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance, launch Life-Cycle Energy Performance Framework for Cities tool.
The survey explores how the U.S. construction sector's use of off-site construction techniques and technologies has changed over the past four years.
National Institute of Building Sciences Consultative Council report addresses ways to improve the performance of the nation’s existing building stock and outlines efforts undertaken to date and the challenges that still remain.
In 2018, the National Institute of Building Sciences Off-Site Construction Council (OSCC) followed up an initial survey on how the U.S. construction sector is using off-site strategies.