The Evolution of LEED – Electrical Contractor

By Patrick Leonard, Jeff Gavin, Electrical Contractor

LEED v4, the latest version of the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system, reflects an ultimate goal […]

Posted in: LEED v4, green buildings

PNC Tops Off Global Headquarters and Affirms Commitment to Sustainable Building

The final steel beam hoisted atop The PNC Financial Services Group’s new global headquarters in Pittsburgh also reaffirmed PNC’s continuing […]

Stop Planning and Become a “Now-ist,” Says Head of MIT Media Labs

You can always count on TED talks to feature provocative speakers who change the way you think about things. In […]

Sustainable Beverage and Food Facilities Reduce Energy and Water Use

Sustainability for the food and beverage industry is a hot topic. Climate change and a growing global population is putting […]

Property Efficiency Scorecard Scores Big at ICSC RECon 2014

At the recent ICSC RECon 2014 Conference, there was growing interest among attendees in learning how shopping centers can become […]

Turning Gold into Platinum – EDC Magazine

By Rachel Sowards, Jeff Williford, EDC

Located just north of the Capital Mall in Washington, D.C., the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) building […]

Posted in: green buildings, LEED-EBOM

“Risky Business” Study Calls on Business to Reduce Climate Risk

Carbon emissions will be the principal contributor to the potentially catastrophic effect of climate change on the American economy. This […]

Simplify the LEED Submission for Manufacturing Energy Modeling

Manufacturing energy modeling is a complex, multifunctional and challenging endeavor – especially to get through the LEED process. Manufacturers face […]

Counting Down to LEED v4

The transition to LEED v4 has begun. The LEED 2009 credentialing exams have already been phased out, and the LEED […]

Engaging Baby Boomers – Pioneers in the Green Movement

Baby Boomers came of age at a time when the relationships between the environment and human activity were reconsidered in […]