How Abundance Thinking unlocks the potential in existing buildings

The sustainability stories that get the most coverage and attention tend to come from new construction and the innovative material […]

Wellness comes to GRESB

GRESB is all about buildings. Wellness is all about people. What’s the common thread? The last several years have seen […]

Which CSR Reporting Framework is right for your company?

It may seem like 2017 just got started, but 2018 is on our mind, especially in terms of corporate reporting. […]

Are you ready for the GRESB and GRI reporting deadlines?

The deadlines for GRESB and GRI reporting submissions are fast approaching! GRESB is July 1, and CDP for companies is […]

Federal environmental oversight is good for business

(source) The current administration wants to shrink the role of the federal government, turning oversight and control over to the […]

The Trump administration’s energy policy and its impact on developers and building owners

Updated to address proposed elimination of Energy Star on March 21, 2017: The Trump Administration’s views on energy policy are […]

Honoring Black History Month: Two contemporary pioneers in American architecture

Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by black Americans, and a time for recognizing the central role […]

The demand for transparency in building materials heats up

For decades, sustainability has aimed to balance people, planet, and profits to develop positive, responsible real estate – even as […]

Hyatt Place Courthouse Arlington Achieves LEED Gold Certification

The second LEED Gold hotel in Arlington focuses on improved atmospheric comfort ARLINGTON, VA Nov. 22, 2016 — Schupp Companies […]

Sleep well: Architects dream up new environments for deeper, better sleep

Eight is the magic number for better sleep. With eight hours of sleep at night, we can take on the […]