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Reducing embodied carbon in construction, with sustainability leader Sarah King

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Reducing embodied carbon in construction, with sustainability leader Sarah King

Sustainability leader Sarah King explains how developers and contractors can use the new EC3 software tool to reduce embodied carbon in their buildings.


October 28, 2021

Reducing the amount of embodied carbon in steel, concrete, and other materials is a key issue in commercial construction. Sustainability leader Sarah King explains how developers and contractors can use the new EC3 software tool to reduce embodied carbon in their buildings. King, the former Sustainability Director with Skanska USA Commercial Development, speaks with Robert Cassidy, Executive Editor, Building Design+Construction, in this exclusive interview for HorizonTV. 

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