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Vermont Healthcare System Embraces 'Green Demolition' Ahead of New Bennington Project

Loads of insulation, doors, lighting fixtures, pressure treated lumber, wooden beams and an antique cast iron sink are among the items currently being harvested for reuse from The Lodge, a building on the Bennington campus of Southwestern Vermont Medical Center (SVMC), part of Southwestern Vermont Health Care (SVHC)....


VIDEO: Volvo Group Launches Vehicle Using Fossil-Free Steel

Volvo Group has revealed the world-first vehicle made of fossil-free steel from SSAB. During the green steel collaboration event, it was announced that more vehicles will follow in 2022 in what will be a series of concept vehicles and components using fossil-free steel from SSAB....


Batman Actor Bringing Green Construction Plant, 300 Green Jobs to Pittsburgh

Hollywood actor Michael Keaton, best known for his portrayal of Batman in two blockbuster films, has entered a partnership with Nexii Building Solutions Inc. (Nexii) to develop the company's new green construction manufacturing plant in Pittsburgh....


Experts at Construction Climate Conference: Ambitious Carbon Reduction Goals Needed

An audience of contractors, clients, academics and sustainability professionals were told how setting brave targets and involving the entire supply chain is necessary to deliver the innovative processes, tools and behavioral changes needed to substantially reduce embedded and operational carbon in infrastructure projects....


Cross-Laminated Timber Proves Sustainable Alternative to Conventional Building Materials

A London architecture firm is investigating how they can use sustainable timber to build homes while reducing carbon emissions. In the United Kingdom, buildings produce 45 percent of the country's carbon emissions, but according to Andrew Waugh, a founding partner of architecture firm Waugh Thistleton, there is little focus on the role that construction materials play in making up that number, KITV 4 reported....


Liebherr Supplies CO2 Sensors to Ensure a Sustainable Reduction of the Energy Consumption for Deutsche Bahn Railcars

Liebherr-Transportation Systems recently received an order from DB Regio for the delivery of a total of 120 sensor sets, which will subsequently be installed in the passenger compartment air conditioning systems of a total of 60 double-deck cars in the '94 and 2003 series from Deutsche Bahn....


ART Project Speeds Ahead on Old Route 66

A $119 million Albuquerque Rapid Transit (ART) project will culminate with an 8.8-mi. electric-powered bus line with 20 stations on Central Avenue, formerly a portion of Route 66 that runs through New Mexico's largest city....


Volvo CE Unveils 100% Electric Compact Excavator Prototype

Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) unveiled its latest concept machine – known as the EX2 – to industry specialists, policymakers, the media and academics at the Volvo Group Innovation Summit on Tuesday May 16th....


10 Ways Future Construction Could Change the Workplace

The construction industry is in flux. Look back at how things were built 30 or 40 years ago and compare the methods, technologies, and workforce utilization of that era with today. Big difference. But it can be argued there has not been enough flux, not enough change, that there is more similarity than dissimilarity then and now, and that the industry is falling behind other industries in reinventing itself....


U.S. Green Building Council to Recognize Old Main

The project team responsible for the renovation of Old Main, the University of Arizona's centerpiece and historic building, was recognized with a leadership award by the U.S. Green Building Council Arizona....






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