Our built environment is responsible for almost half of global energy use and greenhouse gas emissions. That’s why the decisions we make today about energy, infrastructure, and buildings are critical in achieving a reduction in … about Top Green Building Resources to Successfully Guide Your Next Project
The latest buzzword in environmental circles is “pre-cycling”—the process of reducing waste by avoiding items that will generate it in the first place or by selecting elements that will create less waste. An innovative company … about Precycling in Construction Can Save Money and the Environment
Office and retail fitouts are a steady stream of work for many builders and trades due to the constant churn of tenants bumping in and out.
In 2002 when the Green Building Council of Australia was founded, sustainability was still an optional extra for many architects, engineers and builders. Jobsite spoke with Jamie Wallis, Senior Manager in the Market Engagement team … about Q+A with the Green Building Council of Australia
It goes without saying that water is the most widely used material globally. It is surprising, however, to know that cement is the next, even when taking into account it is the key ingredient in … about Making our Concrete Jungles More Environmentally Friendly
Concrete is everywhere—and it will outlive people on the planet. But while many people might connote concrete with a stale, ubiquitous material, it turns out that making the common building item involves massive carbon emissions.
Green building has been a growing trend in construction for over 10 years now... Yet, when you look at the numbers it's clear that there is still a lot of room for improvement. Here are the … about The 10 U.S. Cities Leading the Green Building Charge
At the end of 2018, Australia passed the milestone of two million households with rooftop solar panels. As new products come onto the market, roof-mounted panels are only one of numerous options that can turn … about Cool Solar Innovations Coming to a Jobsite Near You
Vertical gardens, also known as green walls, are reinventing how residential and commercial construction projects are being developed.
With more than 5.77 billion square feet in 165 countries around the world qualifying as green building, many people are living and working in green building spaces, gaining first-hand knowledge of how these buildings work.