Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. U.S. Green Building Council articles below.
The new report takes a closer look at Americans' views on environmental issues and how the green building industry can be better positioned as a global solution.
This new version of the LEED green building program raises the bar for sustainable housing and cities.
The newest version of the USGBC green building program focuses on energy performance and emphasizes human health and integrative building design.
The 40,000-square-foot expansion project is the fourth at the Chesterfield County, VA hummus making facility, and will maintain its LEED Gold certification.
The new grant program is designed to recognize the sustainability and green building achievements of U.S. cities pursuing LEED for Cities certification.
Green building space in China is expected to reach two billion square meters by 2020, up from current estimates of 600 million square meters spread across more than 300 cities.
More than 90 percent of Americans agree that greater investments should be put toward upgrading U.S. public school buildings, according to a new poll from U.S. Green Building Council.
Carnegie Hall is one of a limited but distinguished number of century-old buildings to achieve LEED certification.
TFM Managing Editor Anne Vazquez talks to the director of building operations for the new IRS facility in Kansas City, MO.
LaSalle Bank Midwest builds on existing operations to achieve LEED status.
Yahoo!'s 1 million square foot campus consisting of seven buildings is the first of its kind to receive LEED EBOM gold certification.
The new NSF 140-2007 Standard will help facility managers ensure the best product for their needs.
They may not be raindrops on roses, but there are some things that make Jeff Crane happy.
Vuk Vujovic and Douglas J. Ogurek provide a brief overview of the state of sustainability around the world.
Guest Contributor Paul von Paumgartten knows skeptics who doubt the relevance of environmental diligence may need some direction.