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Wellness matters. Yoga sessions and meditation are great, but wellness can expand far past fitness and self-care routines. How we work affects our wellness greatly.
What if every single act of design and construction made the world a better place?
A circular economy is an economic system that works towards eliminating waste and the continual use of resources.
While sustainability has been a term that dates back further, it wasn’t so long ago that green design wasn’t mainstream, more of an afterthought.
Organizations need a way to enhance their commitment to prioritizing health and safety as reopening continues in the wake of COVID-19.
The WELL standard “holistically addresses” health and wellness, which helps guide more comprehensive commitments to sustainability in design and construction.
Sustainability is a buzzword in architecture, but what does it really mean right now?
Build for Impact host, Daniel Huard, was joined by Mick Schwedler for a discussion on sustainability, resilience, material transparency, and wellness in building design. Schwedler is a Senior Applications Engineer with Trane and
Huard and Vagal discussed the concept of hand printing, which is a wide-reaching approach that spreads sustainability education and awareness to positively impact entire communities.
Harrison’s work with companies like REI and Starbucks has been influential in leading the momentum to adopt big change on mass.
On this episode of Build for Impact, host and LEED architect Daniel Huard is joined by another LEED Fellow and award-winning architect, Eric Corey Freed.
As more and more architects and building designers look to achieve the top levels of LEED Green Building certification, many are looking at the materials and resources going into the construction of the building.
On this installment of Build for Impact, Daniel Huard was joined by Amy Costello, P.E.,to talk about her mission as an engineer to support the four pillars of Green Deisgn; Impact, Sustainability, Resiliency, Efficiency,
Build for Impact host and LEED fellow, Daniel Huard, spoke with long-time friend, Dennis Berlien, Chief Operating Officer at Glumac. Berlien leads operations that focus on technical and operational best practices for green