Founder and chairman Bob Fincher used part of his summer vacation to tour Midwest companies that are championing the integration of green technologies and tactics into our homes and other buildings. Here's what he found.
Research expects market value to surpass $36 billion by 2024
Occupants forever too hot or too cold? New test can help find the problem and help people chill.
BIPV products deliver savings in materials and utility costs, reduce a building's carbon footprint, and may add another layer of architectural appeal.
The ground floor is home to a one-of-a-kind McDonald’s restaurant that features a rotating menu of favorites from around the globe.
The sector faces a cumulative energy bill of $41 billion a year with diverse building types.
Built entirely of materials containing no toxic chemicals, the tasting room at Cowhorn Vineyard & Garden has superior indoor air quality and a warm, comfortable feel year-round.
Each home in the Latitude project was designed to provide a low-maintenance, energy-efficient lifestyle.
The $23-million renovation was sensitive to the historic nature of the 112-year-old building.
The project was designed to create a campus center that builds community with an emphasis on connectivity, transparency, and engagement with Harvard Square.
In 2017, the Downtown Allentown Revitalization District was honored with a Global Award of Excellence by the Urban Land Institute.
New 3 IN 1 tile combines protection, insulation, solar into a single product to boost energy efficiency
Partners are driving the adoption of new energy efficient equipment through targeted technology campaigns.
Builders can step away from complicated technical jargon about smart home automation and introduce it for what it is: a lifestyle.
1,400 solar panels will generate 40% of the building’s electrical needs.
To get to 100 percent renewable energy for its own facilities, the company worked to set an example for others to follow.
All windows were replaced in keeping with the original profiles and in compliance with National Park Service guidelines to achieve Historic Tax Credits.
With more than 85 percent of villas sold, this additional development offers more options for eco-friendly waterfront living.
New controls reduced tenant cooling requests from 25 to 30 calls per day to three to five per week.
Rheem's Triton commercial solution uses sensors to prevent catastrophes, improve efficiency