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April 13,2012

A community building in Oregon and an office building in California are the first two projects to earn net-zero status under the International...

April 13,2012

Following a worker’s death, the collapse of a century-old, two-story warehouse under demolition as part of Columbia University’s expansion is...

April 13,2012

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit sharply curtailed the period of time that companies can be cited for Occupational Safety and Health...

April 13,2012

This seminar will trace the origins of green codes, how they compare and differ from the rating systems that have been used, and examine some of...

April 05,2012

On March 15, the most significant changes to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) since it became law in 1991 went into effect.

April 05,2012

Florida ranks highest among 18 hurricane-region states for building codes and their enforcement, according to the Insurance Institute for Business...

April 05,2012

An AIA official calls the new International Green Construction Code (IgCC) a “game changer” for sustainable construction.

April 05,2012

New energy codes could add thousands of dollars to the construction costs of each individual apartment residence in a multifamily building,...

April 05,2012

The U.S. Green Building Council’s updated LEED 2012 standards will require two systems to be modeled for each project in order to show power...

March 30,2012

This seminar will review recent changes in North America energy codes, examples of building enclosure wall assemblies being considered for code...