Engineers who design laboratories in hospitals, R&D facilities, and educational buildings face the challenge of meeting various standards and code requirements for ventilation[...]
As local government official gain awareness of the economic and social costs of preventable health conditions, such as diabetes and obesity, they look to the design community for w[...]
By differentiating naturally occurring compounds in the environment from manmade pollutants, policymakers are able to make better decisions to protect waterways, ecosystems, as wel[...]
New technology provides small surveying firms the ability to expand their business without sacrificing quality or overburdening the business with excessive overhead. All small surv[...]
A team of researchers at the Cambridge Center for Smart Infrastructure is preparing to field test an innovative vibration energy harvester to power sensors used to monitor factors [...]
A new device created by a Stanford engineering professor provides an inexpensive way to determine when pollutants appear in water as well as their concentration. A prototype of a n[...]
The Case for Moving Beyond LEED While the LEED rating system served as a useful benchmarking tool to evaluate sustainable and green design, Steve Mouzan argues a simpler system is [...]