In residential and commercial construction, the building envelope is responsible for 30% of a structure’s energy consumption.
The 3D-printed barracks will reportedly be the first to house soldiers.
The event seeks to recognize public initiatives relying on a greater use of plants and nature to improve city environments.
Humanity's gradual shift to concrete dwellings has a cumulative environmental shift - with effects that are just now becoming realized.
Novel pavement technology seeks to reduce the material's albedo - that is how much heat it absorbs in direct sunlight, only to reduce the heat later on.
Developed with industry collaboration, the recommended practice increases transparency and reduces wind turbine design uncertainty in emerging markets.
University researchers proved that scale models can help stress test real-world structures, thereby improving building resilience to ever-increasing hurricane forces.
The new system reduced particulate matter in a test classroom by over 30% through location optimization of supply and return diffusers.
Future experiments at the particle accelerator facility will employ carbon dioxide refrigeration technology.
The transparent power generating window combines solar-thermaloelectric conversion with a wavelength-selective film.
TURBRO is now expanding its product offering to portable air conditioners to provide year-round comfort.
Bakst has been developing this one-of-a-kind community featuring custom high performance homes built to the National Green Building Standards and with active solar to achieve net-zero or negative net-zero energy.
The program connects project data across the construction lifecycle in one solution that is easy to adopt, deploy and use.
Urban planners are embracing the use of digital twins as the benefits they provide for planning and operational management of assets continue to be discovered.
Through revolutionary changes in the material and construction methods for traditional concrete buildings, BROAD is the first company to “build buildings like cars.”
Researchers from Aalto University created a bio-based coating for wood that will create stronger and more protected wood structures.
An international team of researchers developed a production method to create high-quality gypsum binders from industrial waste.
The new window glass would reduce energy use and lower carbon emissions of office buildings around the world.
The tool provides the ability to completely preconfigure Carrier HVAC units based on key criteria.
Pigments can make concrete more attractive, but at what cost?