General Panel Corporation produces an EPS-core SIP system. The company offers panels with a EPS core thicknesses of 3-5/8", 5-5/8", 7-3/8", 9-3/8", and 11-3/8" with corresponding R-values of 15, 23,…
Earth Measure, a collaboration between Coldspring and Jason F. McLennan, is a dimension stone product that takes waste from stone manufacturing and cuts it into specific patterns that mimic the…
Henry Company’s BlueskinVP house wrap is a water-resistive, vapor-permeable, air barrier membrane that contains a permeable adhesive layer, so it does not require mechanical attachment. BlueskinVP can…
Daikin’s Altherma is an air-source heat pump system that can provide heating, cooling, and domestic hot water. Altherma is available with split-type or outdoor-only heat pumps along with a “Hydrobox”…
The Securus ACDC12 is a solar hybrid heat-pump air conditioner and heater suitable for spaces up to 750 ft2, or to supplement a larger system. It may be connected to up to three PV panels (for a…
Sure, most project teams get points for EAc6: Emissions Reduction Reporting (78% achievement rate in LEED-EBOM 2009). But how ready is your project team for the challenging credits—like EAc3.2, SSc6, and MRc6?
RE: Commingled Review Comment
in NC 2009 MRc2: Construction Waste Management
RE: Beehives on rooftops – ID credit?
in CI 2009 IDc1: Innovation in Design
RE: Percantage Make-Up
in Healthcare-v2009: Sustainably sourced materials and products
Major renovation zero-lot line project has oil spillage...
in NC 2009 SSc3: Brownfield Redevelopment
Vertical addition to a hotel - site boundary
in MPR3: Must use a reasonable site boundary
RE: Design Respons from GBCI C6.1
in NC 2009 SSc6.1: Stormwater Design—Quantity Control
Daylight controls in ALL daylit areas within 15 ft?
in CI 2009 EAc1.2: Optimize Energy Performance—Lighting Controls
water treatment outside LEED project boundary
in NC 2009 WEc2: Innovative Wastewater Technologies
RE: Acoustics study
in NC 2009 IDc1: Innovation in Design
Saturday, 9:04 PM
SS1 Option 2 Path 11 With Tenant installing PV
in CI 2009 SSc1: Site Selection
Saturday, 7:22 PM
Why we will never understand the true impact of our buildings—and how we should try to anyway
“We don’t look at the calculation that’s coming out as exact down to the last gram of carbon that’s been emitted or stored in the building, but it gives us a picture of how it’s performing.”
— Max Richter, of Perkins+Will, on the value of whole-building life-cycle assessment
From Whole-Building Life-Cycle Assessment: Taking the Measure of a Green Building