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Powerful Green Initiatives By Abigail Knopps Climate change is one of the most challenging issues we face today. From raging wildfires to food shortages – the effects can be felt throughout the world. We can no longer sit idly by as this crisis reaches its tipping point. We must engage with others and attempt to
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Building With Grasscrete Written by Sarah Stukalin, AMAST Content Commonly referred to as void structure concrete, grasscrete is reinforced, ready mixed concrete with a defined pattern of voids achieved through a disposable form that allows water to pass through it. Grasscrete is made by pouring concrete over “formers,” a mold that leaves voids in the
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“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
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