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LEED, Sustainable Waste Management and Green Construction

By Shannon Bergstrom Construction and demolition (C&D) waste is a major concern, with 569 million tons generated in the United States in 2017 alone....

Energy Efficient Roofing: The Race is On

Systems Require Integration to Meet Demands Of Government Officials Hungry for Green and Clean By Thomas Renner Just like automobiles, airplanes, and computers, roofing materials have...

How to Head Off Problems and Get the Most Efficiency Out of an Electric...

This article first appeared as a part of HDR's Experts Talk Interview series. Converting to all-electric bus fleets can help get us closer to a...

Underserved Chicago

By Michelle Inouye In the spring of 2013, a severe rainstorm in the Chicago area resulted in 3,300 City Services (311) calls from businesses and...

Linstroth & Green Badger “LEED” the Way

By Luke Carothers In the current industry, there is almost a compulsory nature about the LEED documentation process.  With an impetus on not only achieving...

Indiana’s First LEED v4 Platinum Building

By Hannah Fleck The space at 1221 Pennsylvania Street was originally the Indianapolis FBI headquarters built in 1968. Guidon purchased the space in 2018 to...

A Window to a Greener World

How composite windows and doors can boost energy efficiency As part of the tenth annual World Green Building Week, which took place in September 2019,...

Home-Grown Green: Green Building in the Residential Market

By Donna Laquidara-Carr, Ph.D., LEED AP Single family home builders are commonly using many green products and practices, especially energy saving ones, but only one...

What is LEED for Green Buildings?

LEED stands for the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, which is a building certification by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). The motive...

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