Codes and Standards
Design or construction problems likely contributed to the collapses, according to city officials....
USGBC says that LEED's strength comes from its continuous evolution.
17 short videos to help workers learn about the proper use of respirators on the job.
Unions have learned to help employers win contracts with bids made competitive through good safet...read more
White paper was written with the sole purpose of providing accurate, reliable information about c...read more
Specifying air curtains as energy-saving, cost-cutting alternatives to vestibules in 3,000-square...read more
The bill is similar to a White House planto cut $8 billion worth of building costs by the end of...read more
Easier to design roof cladding that can withstand winds in a given area.
This case study will focus on strategies used to save the client money, achieve certification, an...read more
Much of that growth will be in the European Union, where near-zero energy buildings are mandated...read more
A fine for a violation that once cost between $750 and $1,200 now runs $7,000 or more per inciden...read more
Leaders of California cities had been trying to fashion a compromise with lawmakers after the sta...read more
The group will develop a low-cost seismic retrofit model that would benefit aging brick-and-morta...read more
The challenge has about $4 billion in federal and private-sector funds, which it will use for bui...read more
The consultants offer confidential, non-punitive advice.
The disagreement was over whether the prisoners should have been paid prevailing wage for their b...read more
These developments demonstrate the dynamic nature of the market and the continued need for develo...read more
Contractors will need to be on the lookout for policies such as the Contractor Accountability for...read more
“The biggest problem is getting our workers to use the equipment,” says Michael J. Florio, execut...read more
The system will replace an inefficient patchwork of old software and is designed to provide busin...read more
The EPA says it will seek more data and is accepting comments until March 5.
The dispute arose over multimillion-dollar leaks at the University of Connecticut's law library....
The idea is to use an earthquake "fuse" that can prevent the tiny fractures and warps that make s...read more
GreenWizard, provider of a cloud-based product management and project collaboration software, is...read more
New knowledge center web site demonstrates efficacy of smoke detection.
Since 1960, when Chile suffered a 9.5 magnitude quake, the largest ever recorded; the country has...read more
The Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety (IBHS) released a new report analyzing res...read more
The death of a Chicago woman who stepped off her elevator into a blazing inferno last week has un...read more
The California Energy Commission (CEC) now recognizes open-cell spray foam as an accepted insulat...read more
Once seen as a cost burden, building to LEED standards is now an "easy call," according to Dan Pr...read more