San Diego’s Building Industry Association played host to an outstanding and dynamic presentation earlier this morning on the topic of energy and the 2016 California building codes that went into effect at the beginning of this year.
The panelists included a great mix of building professionals and thought leaders that don’t merely speculate on the impact of green building — they live it:
Continue reading “California: It ain’t easy being a green builder (but there are some real opportunities)”
Wayne Engebretson writes for Reed Construction Data on the subject of newly enacted CALGreen. Still subject to adoption by local building departments, California’s energy efficiency and sustainability construction provisions went into effect at the sta… Continue reading Who Needs LEED In California Now That CALGreen Is In Effect
Moving forward, the USGBC plans to issue updates of the LEED program every two to three years. So what can we look forward to by the year 2012?
The USGBC is experimenting with a pilot credit library, where individual credit ideas will be tested b… Continue reading Buildipedia: State of LEED
ARCHITECTS, DESIGNERS, BUILDERS,CONTRACTORS, CODE OFFICIALS, ENGINEERS, CONSULTANTS and APPLICANTS- Are YouReady for the New CALIFORNIA Codes?Every three years we have to go through this process. Youget used to a set of building codes, and before you a… Continue reading Are you ready for the new California Building Codes effective January 1, 2011?