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ICYMI: SCUP Holds North Atlantic Conference

ICYMI: SCUP Holds North Atlantic Conference

| March 13, 2020

New Haven, CT – The Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) held the 2020 North Atlantic Regional Conference on March 8-10 at the Omni New Haven Hotel in New Haven. This year’s conference was devoted to “Finding Your Niche: Institutional Strategies to Survive and Thrive.” At the breakfast panel, campus leaders from 10 local […]

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SLAM Member Appointed CTGBC Chair

SLAM Member Appointed CTGBC Chair

| February 5, 2020

Glastonbury, CT – Ross Spiegel, FAIA, FCSI, CCS, CCCA, LEED AP, BD+C, specifications coordinator for SLAM, was recently elected chair of the Connecticut Green Building Council (CTGBC) board of directors for 2020. He will serve a one-year term. Long an active member of CTGBC, Spiegel is in his third term on the board and previously served […]

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ULI’s Greenprint Center Releases Report on Embodied Carbon

ULI’s Greenprint Center Releases Report on Embodied Carbon

| November 20, 2019

Washington – The Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) Greenprint Center for Building Performance has released a new report, “Embodied Carbon in Buildings Materials for Real Estate,” explaining how reducing embodied carbon in the construction process can save developers money and help mitigate the impacts of climate change. Greenprint is a worldwide alliance of leading real estate […]

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Preserving Boston’s Waterfront: LAB/LSA’s Blue Necklace Project

Preserving Boston’s Waterfront: LAB/LSA’s Blue Necklace Project

| October 31, 2019

by Emily Langner In episode 17 of the Build Better podcast, Anastasia welcomed Mark Reed and Stephanie Goldberg, founding principals of the Boston-based architecture and design firm, Lab / Life. Science. Architecture, Inc. (LAB/LSA). They talked about the threat climate change poses to Boston, Cambridge, and surrounding neighborhoods, and their proposal for a permanent solution […]

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SITES: Developing Sustainable Landscapes and Investing in the Greater Good

SITES: Developing Sustainable Landscapes and Investing in the Greater Good

| September 27, 2019

by Emily Langner Established almost two decades ago, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) has become a well-known green building system, providing “a framework to create healthy, highly efficient and cost-saving green buildings.”  More recently, the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) has added another program for evaluating and achieving sustainable design, the Sustainable Sites […]

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