Monthly Archives: September 2010

Whole Buildings: Engaging New Technology

Buildings and their construction account for nearly half of all U.S. energy consumption. As the nation grows by over 100 million by 2050, we will need more buildings that are designed to use less resources. There is nothing novel now about the “green building.”  LEED Certification is not new in Central Ohio.  The larger issue is how we make this the norm and not the exception but keep costs competitive.  What new technologies are redefining what makes a building “smart”? Jonathan Barnes, Principal at Jonathan Barnes Architecture and Design and ULI … Read More

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