The New Mexico State Court of Appeals struck down an attempt to repeal energy-efficient building codes. The original decision to roll back the building codes came from a suggestion by Gov. Susana Martinez’s Small Business Task Force. The ruling says the State Construction Industries Commission did not give a reason why the codes needed to be changed.
New Mexico court strikes down move to repeal energy codes
Pertains to fire resistance rating times.
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The move follows successful public input on LEED 4.1.
A report by Autodesk and Deloitte focuses on how workers can succeed in an automated world.
AAMA document establishes minimum performance requirements.
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Advances include language on resilience, life cycle cost analysis, moisture control analysis, health, and e...
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.