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Understand the long-term financial, social, and environmental impacts from capital investments to prioritize projects, shape design, and engage stakeholders around value drivers such as improved health and productivity of occupants, energy savings and renewable generation, water conservation, passenger experience, and broader community co-benefits.

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To be sustainable and resilient, airports need to choose the most effective and cost-efficient investments. In order to accomplish this, Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson airport (ATL) needed the right tools and support.

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Leading AE firm, Dewberry, assesses the costs and benefits of their own headquarters renovation

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March 23, 2020

A Call To Arms for the Architecture, Engineering, and Sustainability Community to Guide Stimulus Spending

My call to arms is that architects, engineers and other sustainability professionals need to gird themselves with the weapons of training and tools to run the numbers to avoid previous stimulus program mis-steps. Only then will we be able to make rational and informed decisions for the public good. The Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure is providing the venue and tools to help guide how to ensure projects are done right and that the right projects are done.

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March 21, 2020

Meet some of our connected but socially distant team: lethargic pistachio; caffeinated yogurt; and optimistic clif bar.

It’s been a long week. Our San Francisco office cheered us up with this: Your quarantine name = How you feel + what you last ate. See below for an introduction to some of the Autocase team’s pseudonyms.

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March 12, 2020

One Green Building Standard to Rule Them All

Since the first method for evaluating building sustainability, in 1975, till today, more than six hundred methods have been developed. Now we are converging on one standard.

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