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Energy use and emissions reduction strategies for structural steel fabricators: a case study
Author(s):Bergstrom, Erik Anderson
Energy price escalation, natural resource depletion, and wide-spread environmental degradation are driving demand for more sustainable construction methods and materials. Steel fabricators working to operate more sustainably ...
Finding a solution for the tradeoff between time, cost and sustainability/LEED credits for new construction
Project complexity generated tradeoffs in construction, which evolved over decades. This research focuses on the tradeoff between time-cost and sustainability represented in the LEED credits (Materials and Resources in ...
Impact of charrettes and their characteristics on achieved LEED certification
Author(s):Knox, Michael W.
Charrettes are collaborative, interdisciplinary workshops. They are a commonly used process in the design phases of sustainable building projects and are often used in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) ...
Framework for assessing transportation sustainability rating systems for implementation in U.S. state departments of transportation, A
Author(s):Simpson, Sherona Patrice
Sustainability has increased in popularity as a key indicator for planning transportation projects. With that movement, evaluating the sustainability of transportation projects has become necessary for state departments ...
If we build green, will it appraise?
Author(s):Bently, Laura E. M. J.
This study investigates the current status of sustainable value integration in real estate markets within Colorado. It was discovered that the property appraiser is in an opportunistic position to influence all stakeholders ...