Articles tagged with: sustainability
BetterBricks, daily journal of commerce, energy engineer, Energy Engineering, energy models, Green, high performance, performance buildings, sustainability, university of oregon
Oregon’s Daily Journal of Commerce recently reported that energy modeling is not just for sustainability geeks anymore!… NEEA’s BetterBricks initiative has held that view for awhile and has partnered extensively with regional and national experts to research energy modeling tools and methods and educate architects and engineers.
NEEA’s BetterBricks asked
BetterBricks Awards Calls for Nominations. …
Each year, a handful of standout individuals throughout the Northwest are honored with a BetterBricks Award for their commitment to high performance buildings and contributions to a sustainable built environment. These awards honor the people behind some of the best commercial building projects throughout the
AIA, bnim architects, bob berkebile, building, buildings, claire johnson, design, don horn, efficiency, energy, energy consumption, energy efficiency, energy performance, Energy Use Index, engineer, Green, green buildings, Greenbuild, high performance, integrated design, LEED, northwest energy efficiency alliance, STEFFEN, sustainability, sustainability experts, WMIG, zgf architects
The Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance’s BetterBricks initiative congratulates the Seattle AIA 2010 What Makes It Green Award winners and the Seattle AIA and Seattle COTE for an outstanding program and process. The program culminated in the 11th annual awards event held in Seattle on June 2nd…. This came
building, daylighting, design, efficiency, energy, energy efficiency, Energy Use Index, engineer, Green, high performance, Hospitals, integrated design, Integrated Design Lab, low energy, medical industry, nbbj, northwest energy efficiency alliance, performance prototype, sustainability, Targeting 100!, thermal energy storage, university of washington
A groundbreaking new research effort reveals how hospitals, which account for four percent of all energy consumed in the U.S., can achieve a 60 percent reduction in energy utility use by redesigning the way they use energy. A newly constructed, code-compliant hospital in the Northwest following the process and employing
architecture, building, David Cook, design, engineer, LEED, LEED-rated, Pietro Belluschi, Portland, sustainability, Transsolar, university of oregon
Another great opportunity to hear from a leading European practitioner presents itself for Portland area building professionals and students.
David Cook of Behnisch Architekten, and currently the Pietro Belluschi Distinguished Visiting Professor in Architecture… at the University of Oregon School of Architecture, will be speaking at the U of