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TBL-CBA can shine a light into who benefits and who doesn’t. While its probably too much to ask the Vogons to use it, it is not over the top to ask our governments to.Read
The City of San Antonio's "SA Tomorrow" comprehensive plan identifies place types, goals and objectives that benefit people, planet, and profit. The Recommended scenario provided over $60 million in social and environmental benefits associated with flood risk, heat mortality, and water quality while reducing grey infrastructure costs.
Where is the best place for a rain garden? If water quality or urban heat island is my primary concern which green infrastructure feature should I use?
At Autocase, we were extremely fortunate to have Maha Nadeem working for us this year.
We are often challenged about the studies we choose to include in Autocase. We are always searching for research work that will help bolster the case for healthier buildings based on improved worker productivity, but when the cognitive scores from a study are considerably better than productivity improvements from previous studies, we need to look more closely.
Autocase implements industry standard security practices to ensure all data and users are safe while on our services. We strive to ensure all personal data is properly stored, as well as requiring secure and authenticated connections to the Autocase platform.
Inaugural Collaborators Will Help Spread Autocase to New Markets
We’re proud to announce the launch of our new and improved Autocase for Buildings. Autocase for Buildings helps architects win trust and new clients by speaking their clients' language. Tell clients the story of your smart building design in the language of dollars and cents, by putting a dollar value on the financial, social and environmental aspects of your design.
How an Arizona County Quantified the Business Case for Two Green Infrastructure Development Sites—and Got the Go-Ahead for Even More
Two dozen sustainable and resilient design industry leaders came together in Houston to discuss how to rebuild better.