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Decoding carbon – Understanding Carbon over a building’s life cycle By Abigail Knopps Why is it important to understand the carbon footprint of buildings? The reduction of greenhouse gas emissions on a global scale is important to slow the effects of climate change. While greenhouse gases have kept the earth livable for both plants and
What do President-Elect Joe Biden’s Climate Plans Mean? By Abigail Knopps President-Elect Joe Biden’s climate plans are ambitious and some might say revolutionary but what do they mean for the construction industry and how will the United States actually achieve the goals? Biden’s plan for “a clean energy revolution” will lead his actions over the
“Understanding the difference in Sustainability Metrics” By Abigail Knopps and Christina Tsoucalas As sustainability grows in popularity across the globe, various metrics have been created to assess and quantify the social, economic, and environmental impacts of new and existing products and buildings. The most common of these metrics – LEED – symbolizes sustainability
Mega-project The District gets back on track in downtown Jacksonville Find original article: https://www.firstcoastnews.com/article/news/local/mega-project-the-district-gets-back-on-track-in-downtown-jacksonville/77-3355ae88-bded-4bb2-b678-e6168324a29f “From a downtown perspective of what that development would mean, it’s a huge project. It’s going to be almost like building a little community within our downtown.” JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — After slogging through the COVID-19 pandemic, the outlook for downtown Jacksonville
Find original article: https://www.constructiondive.com/news/tax-changes-on-the-horizon-what-contractors-need-to-know/591950/ As the end of 2020 approaches, even as many construction businesses are still struggling with the fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s time to close out the year financially. That means it’s time for tax planning and the consideration of other financial issues, both of which will hopefully put contractors in
Find original article: https://www.constructionspecifier.com/new-jersey-to-transform-toxic-dump-into-covid-19-memorial/ Jersey City, New Jersey, will transform a 35-year-old toxic Superfund site into a brand new 12-ha (30-acre) waterfront park. The city’s $10-million investment will create public access to the open greenspace located along the Hackensack River waterfront. The design includes a pedestrian bridge to connect various sections of the park, a
Florida’s First: Construction Begins on Facility that Will Convert Landfill Methane to Renewable Natural Gas Find original article: https://www.environmentalleader.com/2020/12/florida-first-construction-begins-on-facility-that-will-convert-landfill-methane-to-renewable-natural-gas/ Construction has begun on a facility that will capture and convert approximately 1,900 dekatherms per day of landfill methane and convert it to renewable natural gas (RNG). Fortistar, a firm that acquires and manages companies and
Carbon-Positive Materials: No Longer Far-Fetched, Increasingly Available By Abigail Knopps and Diksha Jain What is happening now? According to a 2018 report from the World Green Building Council, sustainability and energy efficiency has become a top priority across the globe when planning building and infrastructure projects. Although much of this push has come from consumers’
Find the original article at: https://www.northjersey.com/story/news/transportation/2020/12/08/newark-penn-station-getting-190-m-renovation-what-spent/6490019002/ Gov. Phil Murphy announced $190 million in long-overdue renovations to Newark Penn Station at a press conference Tuesday. “We are proud to announce a new beginning for this historic building, a process of reimagination and reinvigoration that will restore this station to its full grandeur and in the process
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