Protecting the environment and living and working more sustainably have become global priorities in recent years. The trendline is moving in the direction of an even more restrictive environment for the worst polluters. Here are … about 5 Top Methods for a More Sustainable Construction Industry
Procore recently hosted a wide-ranging discussion with key team members of some of the biggest and most prominent names in renewable energy. The conversation during the webinar covered a variety of topics, with one important … about Renewable Energy Leaders Discuss Big Benefits of Using One Global Platform
Net-zero homes in the United States play an important role in helping citizens reduce their carbon footprint.
Green roofs have become more than a trend over the past decade. Municipalities around the world have chosen to adopt bylaws requiring green roof installation in new commercial builds. Although green initiatives, in general, are … about Why Choose a Green Roof for Your Next Build
The latest report by Green Energy Markets reveals that renewable power levels have hit 20 per cent market share as new wind and solar farms are popping up across the country and more households install their own … about Harnessing Solar Energy With Eyes in the Sky
Here are five ways the construction industry can make an impact by making projects more sustainable.
To put it simply, a smart building is any structure that uses automated processes to control the building's operations. This means that things, such as heating, ventilation, air conditioning, lighting and security, are connected and … about Smarter Buildings = A More Intelligent Future
Catch up on what's going on in construction this week. From a deep dive into industrial automation company, Built Robotics, to new opportunities for green building, we've got you covered on all the industry news … about OSHA to Begin COVID Crackdown, Data-Driven Cranes, and Designing Senior Communities for Safety
As the construction industry makes moves towards more sustainable and environmentally friendly building practices, it’s exploring new, better replacements of traditional building materials. Yes, even plastics.
Across both residential and commercial construction, the amount of energy consumed to keep buildings lit up and temperature-controlled is steadily climbing. Homes and commercial buildings account for nearly 40% of all energy use in the … about A Greener Future for Construction Through BEM