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Posted by Chris 1 COMMENT

NASA just finished its latest effort, a 50,000 sf office building at the Moffett Field Ames Research Center in Sunnyvale, California. It is being advertised as the “greenest” federal building. For years now, commercial office buildings have been the focus of sustainability groups and the next big push for making our world a more environmentally friendly place to live and work. It is true, there is a lot of energy to be saved and we can still improve upon the standards we all live by in our commercial buildings. NASA may have just set the bar for all of us.

Posted by Chris Comments Off on Environmental Awareness Continues to Rise

LEED’s Perceived Value Is Increasing. National Real Estate Investor (NREI) in its 2009 Green Building Survey polled developers and corporate executives about their familiarity with LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design), their experience with it and willingness to make business decisions with LEED in mind. Their results reported that “among corporate respondents familiar with LEED, 61% said the designation is important in the site selection process, up from 45% in 2008 and 38% in 2007. A majority of both corporate […]