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The race is on to engineer alternatives to traditional building materials that either perform better or tread more lightly on the planet. From super-strong plastics to fungus columns, we've rounded up 10 materials that could be the future of construction.
Students from across Hampton Roads and North Carolina competed in a competition Friday, centered around renewable energy.
Over two weeks, Norfolk-based Wetlands Watch taught the horticultural sciences elective about how land and water interact with each other in Hampton Roads, how our decisions impact water quality and the best ways we can maintain local greenery.
The City of Norfolk Government is looking for your input to best utilize the new 10-acre open space at the Southside Aquatics Center and Richard A. Tucker Memorial Library in Campostella. Some options include nature play, community garden, walking trail, and outdoor meeting space. Comment here by December 3: https://www.opentownhall.com/portals/77/Issue_11299
The Elizabeth River Project's Pru and Louis Ryan Resilience Lab has just been recognized as one of the best new and planned building projects in the region.
HRACRE - Hampton Roads Association for Commercial Real Estate presented the Excellence Award last Thursday to the facility's designers, Work Program Architects of Norfolk, for the project concept: A nationally significant demo of attainable ways to live and work in the urban flood plain, despite rising seas, while keeping the river in mind.
"So validating," said Sam Bowling, lead architect. "It shows that resilient, sustainable - and most of all attainable - design is very much appreciated and supported by the Hampton Roads commercial real estate community."
We appreciate YOU! We're 97 percent to goal with the campaign for this and other regional projects. Put us over the top with the Next Wave campaign: https://elizabethriver.org/thenextwa
The Barry Art Museum celebrates Luke Jerram’s large-scale sculpture with exhibitions, lectures and a festival.
Flooding is getting worse each year in the 85th & our region as a whole. As a member of the Joint Subcommittee on Coastal Flooding, I’m committed to finding tangible solutions to tackle sea level rise & mitigate flooding. Loved being back in Richmond today to continue the work!
Public spaces, squares, and parks in New York City are administered by the city’s Department of Parks & Recreation (NYC Parks). In recent years,...
OUR YAFTALKS3 SPONSORSHIPS ARE LIVE!! 🎉
Support the Young Architects Forum and pick up a YafTalks3 sponsorship today!!
Sponsorships are available through the AIA Hampton Roads website under the event date, October 14th!
(Direct link: https://aiahr.org/meetinginfo.php?id=216)
Jackson Andrew’s will be our YafTalks3 speaker, and the event will be held on the evening of October 14th at the Smartmouth Pilot House (their Virginia Beach location)!
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Jessica C. Whitehead, Joan P. Brock Endowed Executive Director of the Institute for Coastal Adaptation and Resilience (ICAR), will discuss how resilience goes beyond just projects protecting against flooding on Sept. 23.
A climate tech accelerator in Virginia is working with cities to prepare for future floods.
Join us for a conversation with trailblazing women leaders from the Virginia green building community!
We're Hiring! Current opening for a Landscape Designer to join our team planning, designing, and coordinating river restoration Best Management Practices (BMPs), with a special emphasis on planning and permitting “living shorelines.” Learn more: https://elizabethriver.org/jobs
The PEER rating system helped prepare a campus for extreme weather.
Buffalo’s first, code approved grass parking lot at Five Points Bakery is one year old today.
It can absorb 3” of rainfall keeping water out of our storm sewers.
It reduces heat island effect, provides habitat for insects, helps mitigate global warming by converting carbon dioxide into oxygen, looks nicer for our neighbors, helps to filter the water to keep our oceans cleaner. its cheaper than concrete, stronger than asphalt, and so much more.
We are so happy and thankful to be able to keep pioneering in Buffalo.
More to come!
Low- and moderate-income (LMI) customers in Virginia have fewer choices to purchase 100% renewable energy today than they did a year ago. In fact, LMI customers have fewer choices today
NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — Norfolk locals can enroll in different career training opportunities starting Monday. The city says the new Summer Gateway Academy program, sponsored by the CARES T.E.A.…
Did you know that commercial and residential buildings are responsible for almost 40% of the carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in the U.S.?
This means that when you design and build a building, YOU can make a big difference in our country's carbon footprint! YOU have the power to help curb climate change!! 💪
We do not have the option of going without buildings that we need for work and shelter, BUT we can build better, more efficient buildings!
To do so, we need to consider the BIG PICTURE: the building products, the construction process, the energy and water usage of the building, and the lifespan of the building and it's pieces.
Ecovative can help assist you at every step of the process, from planning to construction to efficiency testing to certifications. Contact us today (link in bio) to see how we can help you and your clients build greener!
Today we are taking a look at the Airtight Drywall Approach.
As the old saying goes- "It's all in the details". Many people do not realize how much energy is lost in between layers of construction materials. Drywall joints are small but they can be a real weakness and this needs to be addressed during the building phase.
Ecovative helps alert architects and builders to issues like this early in the process so that incorporating techniques to seal up the drywall can be factored into the construction budget and schedule. This small step has a HUGE impact on the energy efficiency of the building and can save building owners and tenants a lot of money in the long run.
Learn more about how we can help you at www.ecovativeenergy.com (link in bio)
Request for Qualifications River Star Homes - Residential BMP Construction April 5, 2021 PURPOSE The Elizabeth River Project is issuing this Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to solicit Statements of Qualifications (SOQs) from Contractors interested in serving as a Contractor to design and/or build r...
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