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SEEFAR's Jim Nostedt shares how an appraisal/analysis called Total Cost of Building Ownership reveals the true cost of building and operating a sustainable building
Architects, builders, manufacturers, and inspectors have a role to play in improving energy efficiency and resiliency through building codes
Kansas City and St. Louis may be in the same state, but the two Missouri cities couldn’t be further apart when it comes to energy policy.
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The Architectural Reuse Council (ARC) was recently formed to maximize building material diversion and reuse.
Cross-laminated timber (CLT), is touted as a more sustainable option for building construction than concrete and steel. But is it really?
Cross-laminated timber (CLT) and other mass timber products are considered greener than concrete and steel, primarily because the carbon emissions