Influence of Green

With more than 40 percent of construction projects expected to go green through 2021, the influence of the green construction industry continues to grow....

Catastrophe Prep & Recovery

By Bruce Jervis The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has created many challenges for contractors and construction projects, necessitating new health and safety measures, triggering project delays...

Disaster Recovery Plan

The tornadoes that tragically ravaged the southern U.S. recently underscore the reality that natural disasters can strike at any moment. Ongoing construction projects are...

Why Retrofits Are Essential to Cutting Carbon Emissions

By Brent Trenga, LEED AP BD+C Talk is cheap, but a future without action on climate change is detrimental to us all. We’ve seen recent...

LEED Strategies

By Tommy Linstroth It might not always be top of mind on the jobsite, but what happens during construction will affect the indoor air quality...
electric vehicles

Electric vs Gas Vehicles: Save Green by Going Green

By Eric Goldstein The cost of doing business continues to go up and up. Companies are constantly looking for new ways to reduce costs, both...

Green Construction

Keeping up with changes By Tommy Linstroth The demand for green construction services continues to build. According to the most recent research by the U.S....
Regenerative LEED

LEED Positive

The foundation for a future of regenerative LEED During its annual Greenbuild International Conference and Expo held in Atlanta, Georgia, the U.S. Green Building Council...
Permeable Pavers

Permeable Pavers

Retrofit manages water runoff for city street Max Poppel and Dan Rose began their entrepreneurial pursuits in 2011 when they opened The Crash Pad, a...

Living Wall: Green Space on Building Adds Life

Substations are critical components in the electrical grid. Without them, utilities could not get electricity to customers in the areas they serve. While substations are necessary,...