California is the first state to add window film into its building code. Window film, a polymer material, offers cost-effective energy savings. The material can considerably decrease energy consumption as well as minimize interior fading of furnishings, UV exposure to skin, glare and the impact of glass breakage, according to manufacturers. According to a report offered by ConSol, based in California, the majority of existing homeowners will be able to achieve considerable energy savings by using the material.
California adds window film to building code
Three companies show compliance for using containers for housing.
Technology can enable cities to be more interconnected, efficient, and accessible.
Goal is to enable building tech market adoption for a net positive future.
Will expand to include residential and multifamily for assessment and certification.
Provides tips for staying safe during and after a hurricane or severe weather.
E-commerce, market oversupply, rising interest rates to dampen hot market.
‘Represents important part of Haskell’s future strategy,’ says CEO.
Bill could boost specialized facilities.
Focus is on MEP and tenant improvements.
Will be open to LEED-registered or -certified projects, with introductory pricing and support.