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 CTASLA Awards CFE/Save the Sound

 CTASLA Awards CFE/Save the Sound

| March 4, 2020

New Haven, CT  – The Connecticut Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (CTASLA) presented its annual Connecticut Olmsted Award to Connecticut Fund for the Environment/Save the Sound. CFE/Save the Sound is a pioneer in urban green infrastructure, installing rain gardens and bioswales that have become a model for Connecticut communities. These attractive, customizable, […]

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WIC Profile: Alexandrea Banks

WIC Profile: Alexandrea Banks

| February 21, 2020

Submitted by Timberline Construction Alexandrea Banks, LEED AP is a bright, talented and ambitious project manager at Timberline Construction. As a project manager, she has transitioned into new project accounts within the corporate and academic market sector with clients such as Bentley University and Morrison Mahoney. A LEED Green Associate, Alexandrea provides our team with […]

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USGBC Ranks Massachusetts Fourth for LEED

USGBC Ranks Massachusetts Fourth for LEED

| January 24, 2020

National – The U.S. Green Building Council has announced the 2019 Top 10 States for LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design). Massachusetts is a leader in green building and ranked fourth on the list. In 2019, 101 projects were certified, representing 3.74sf of LEED-certified space per resident. The states that made this year’s Top […]

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Extended Care to Reduce Energy Use

Extended Care to Reduce Energy Use

| January 10, 2020

Boston – Sudbury Pines Extended Care ended the year with a more than 25% reduction in energy use following a partnership with Eversource. The family-owned small business is now a more efficient year-round environment for guests, families and employees, all while reducing its environmental impact and saving $18,000 in yearly energy costs. The energy efficiency […]

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This Past Decade Has Produced a Sustainability Shift

This Past Decade Has Produced a Sustainability Shift

| January 8, 2020

Submitted by The Ashkin Group Channel Islands Harbor, CA – The past decade is when sustainability came of age, according to Steve Ashkin, president of The Ashkin Group. “There has been what I call a ‘sustainability shift.’ More companies now realize that sustainability, cost savings, risk aversion, and business growth, all go hand in hand,” […]

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Mass. Clean Energy Industry Grows For Ninth Consecutive Year

Mass. Clean Energy Industry Grows For Ninth Consecutive Year

| January 7, 2020

Boston – The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) announced the state’s clean energy sector has continued its trend of upward growth, adding 1,069 workers to the clean energy workforce between 2018 and 2019. The figures, released as part of MassCEC’s 2019 Massachusetts Clean Energy Industry Report, found that the industry now employs over 111,836 workers […]

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GBI Seeks Buildings to Pilot Green Globes for Existing Buildings 2019

GBI Seeks Buildings to Pilot Green Globes for Existing Buildings 2019

| January 6, 2020

National – Green Building Initiative (GBI) began a revision process early in 2019 to create Green Globes for Existing Buildings (EB) 2019, a significant update to GBI’s Green Globes program for in-use buildings. The update includes parallel content, as applicable, from the published ANSI/GBI 01-2019 Green Globes Assessment Protocol for Commercial Buildings, which is focused […]

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Breakthrough Tool Empowers Users to Reduce Embodied Carbon

| December 19, 2019

Atlanta – The Embodied Carbon in Construction Calculator (EC3) tool launched in public beta version at Greenbuild, gives the building industry a powerful means to take action on an area of growing concern: embodied carbon emissions of building materials. This free, open-access tool, based on the industry’s first database of digitized Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs), […]

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Deerfield Academy’s Fieldhouse Achieves LEED Gold Certification

Deerfield Academy’s Fieldhouse Achieves LEED Gold Certification

| December 9, 2019

Deerfield, MA – Skanska, a global construction and development firm, recently announced that Deerfield Academy’s new fieldhouse has achieved LEED Gold certification. Regarded for its impressive architecture and design by Sasaki, the complex also recently received the Honor Award for Excellence in Architecture from AIA New England. In line with Skanska’s staunch commitment to environmental […]

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