We are pleased to announce that last week U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) issued a media alert where they endorsed Autocase for completing a new Pilot LEED Credit – Informing Design Using Triple Bottom Line Analysis.
“By utilizing Autocase, LEED project teams can conduct a benefit cost analysis in advance of project completion to determine what solutions will create optimal returns while earning a point towards LEED certification.”
Sustainable – Miscou lighthouse was built using sea seasoned timbers from the other side of the continent in 1856 at the southern entrance to Chaleur Bay by Quebec. “The octagonal tower of hand-sawn timbers, shingled on the outside, was originally 74 feet in height and was extended in 1903 to 80 feet. This lighthouse, substantially in its original state, is among the oldest in the Gulf of St. Lawrence region.”
In addition, on Oct. 5th at 2:30 p.m. at the Los Angeles Convention Center during Greenbuild, the world’s largest conference and expo dedicated to green building, Mahesh Ramanujam, USGBC Chief Operating Officer, will discuss the new LEED Pilot Credit and the advantages of using Autocase to achieve it.
Impact Infrastructure recently released the beta version of Autocase for Sustainable Buildings (commercial release in January 2017). This new technology provides sound economic analysis that informs sustainable building designs and provides a better measurement of the true value of your projects.
Stay tuned for our next post tomorrow where we will reveal a special offer on how you can easily earn the new LEED Pilot Credit – Informing Design Using Triple Bottom Line Analysis. You can also drop by our booth (booth #2456) at Greenbuild on October 5-6 in LA.