Continuing Education credits for AIA, GBCI, and ILFI

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  • Better Choices in Low-Slope Roofing

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    There are big differences in environmental impacts of commercial roofing materials, but the biggest variable may be service life.

  • Solar Thermal Hot Water, Heating, and Cooling

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    By creating heat instead of electricity, solar thermal achieves three times the efficiency of photovoltaics at a lower price.

  • Energy-Efficient Multifamily Housing

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    Now you can get LEED, Energy Star, and other labels for designing or retrofitting high-performance multifamily buildings.

  • Making Windows Work Better

    Feature Article

    How to choose curtains, solar screens, awnings, and storm windows? The options are dizzying, but the right choice can cut energy bills.

  • Measuring Energy Use in Buildings: Do Our Metrics Really Add Up?

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    How much energy our buildings use matters a great deal, but figuring out how to measure that use and compare it from building to building is tricky. Here's a guide to key metrics and how to use them.

  • Re-Framing Sustainability: Green Structural Engineering

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    Want to design the greenest building possible? Get a handle on the best structural options available to you, and invite a creative structural engineer to join your team.

  • The Chemicals on Our Carpets and Textiles

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    The array of water-, dirt-, and mold-repellent chemicals added to carpeting and fabrics is dizzying. Which are causes for concern, and how can we minimize exposure?

  • Choosing Windows: Looking Through the Options

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    We ask a lot from windows: energy efficiency, aesthetics, durability, affordability, and more. Which window frame materials and low-e glazing options balance these choices best? This article explores all the options and decodes the performance labels we see when buying windows.

  • Reexamining Priorities in Green Building

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    Rarely can we do everything we want with a green building project-particularly in today's constrained economy. When we are forced to choose, where will our efforts make the most difference in improving the environmental and health performance of our built environments?

  • Retrocommissioning: Big Savings for Big Buildings

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    Retrocommissioning or RCx can be a valuable tool for commercial building owners. RCx addresses the same scope as new building commissioning but is performed on existing buildings. RCx can improve building performance, save energy and money-especially for large buildings.