Customers can Evaluate the Cost Impact of Using "Green" Methods and Materials
Today, Beck Technology, LLC and FutureStone Partners Ltd announced the first "green" assembly available in DProfiler with RSMeans - a Macro Building Information Modeler.
Smartcool's Energy Savings Technology Expands its Global Presence with Mexican Installations
Smartcool Systems Inc, is pleased
to announce that Smartcool International Inc, a wholly owned subsidiary, has
received an order for its ESM Technology from Grupo PC, the company's
Real Estate Industry Quietly Embracing Green Development, Progressive Investor Reports
Although much less public than the major media announcements of the world's largest corporations, GE and Wal-Mart, the real estate industry is quietly transforming by embracing sustainable business practices and green technologies.
Health Care Industry Embracing Green Building and Sustainability
McGraw-Hill Construction (MHC), part of The McGraw-Hill Companies, in conjunction with report sponsors Johns Manville, Turner Construction Company and US Green Building Council, today released the Health Care Green Building SmartMarket Report detailing the health care industry's incorporation of sustainability and green building into their construction projects.
Green Building Grows in NYC with Spec it Green Event
Interest in designing and constructing Green Buildings in New York City was evident at a recent Spec-It Green event in New York City on June 6th.
Minto receives the 2007 Leadership Award for City Livability from the Canadian Urban Institute
MintoUrban Communities is among the recipients
of the 2007 Leadership Awards presented by the Canadian Urban Institute.
Craton Equity Partners Makes First Investment in GigaCrete
Craton Equity Partners, the new Los Angeles, California based clean technology private equity fund, has announced that it has made its first investment of $3 1/2 million (of a $5 million commitment) in GigaCrete, Inc, a green building materials company that has created a new family of cementious building products that are lightweight, stronger and more environmentally friendly than Portland cement-based materials.
Nearly 100,000 Green Homes Certified Through Market-Driven Green Building Programs Nationwide
A new survey of local home building associations reveals that more than 97,000 homes have been built and certified by voluntary, builder-supported green building programs around the country since the mid-1990s, according to the National Association of Home Builders.
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