The Kansas City University College of Dental Medicine created a dual-use space to meet resilient design needs
College and university building design is being driven by student needs, technology and new air quality demands
Today’s big picture thinking doesn't always result in considering future individual occupant satisfaction, but there are ways design teams make it a priority.
Four industry experts discuss what they’re seeing in terms of trends, technology, challenges, and the future of the energy industry.
Staci Atwater from Glumac explains how MEP engineers and architects can work together to create more equitable spaces for occupants.
Industrial and manufacturing facilities have specialty energy efficiency and sustainability needs engineers must include in new or retrofit projects
Solar panels can help a company cut their energy costs and technology advances make them more affordable and economical in the long run.
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The core of the problem with flooding is understanding, preparing, mitigating, predicting, and responding to current and future flood risk. Learn how data science can help.
High-performance building managers can optimize financial operations management and monitoring using integrated data platforms and a proven facility sustainability roadmap