When showing Autocase’s full carbon story, we are often asked about social cost of carbon.
Autocase for Buildings
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.
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.
Autocase allows for unit conversions of inputs – on the fly.
New in Autocase – the ability to bundle your building designs into portfolios.
One of questions we at Autocase get most frequently is “where does that number come from?” Here’s how to drill-down into the results.
New features in the results section of Autocase for Buildings.
Autocase for Buildings recently added risk ranges for our Life Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA).
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.
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.
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