Get tuned-up: better performing buildings get incentives that pay you back

“Building tune-ups” is the latest phraseology for energy audits that increase energy efficiency. A building tune-up is similar to getting […]

13 ways to build more resilient buildings and communities

We focus on prevention a lot when we talk about sustainability. Common sense sustainability techniques prevent and repair damage to […]

The Best Abundance Blog Posts of 2015

So much happened in 2015 in favor of a greener planet: during the COP21 climate talks in Paris, our world’s […]

Puget Sound Universities are Incentivized to Improve Campus Energy Performance

Universities looking to save money should start with energy efficiency measures. Knowing how to capture energy savings now has the […]

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Universities See Existing Buildings in New Light for Energy Efficiency Savings

High performance real estate is more common and its value is finally understood, but many people still believe that all […]

The Eye Candy of Architect Magazine’s Top 50

Architect Magazine recently released its list of the top 50 architects of 2015. Architect Magazine considers several factors when compiling […]

Partner with Utilities for Building Retro-Commissioning and Improve your Campus Energy Performance

Campus buildings have competing needs for thermal comfort, energy efficiency and ever changing space needs as well as demands on […]

What Higher Education Facilities Can Teach Us About Sustainability

If there’s a college-bound senior in your life, you probably know it’s acceptance letter time—when thousands of students anxiously await […]

Meet Your Paladino Sustainability Market Leaders

We’ve made some organizational changes at Paladino in 2015 to better serve our clients. Our sustainability practices are now focused […]

How VRF Can Reduce Energy Costs for Building Owners and Tenants

Use of variable refrigerant flow (VRF) technology, already popular in Japan and Europe, is growing in the United States. Developers […]