Tried-and-True Strategies for Making Buildings Green to the Bone
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In April's EBN, we take a look at green structural engineering, insulation in-fighting, and a revolutionary anticorrosion coating. Plus: embodied carbon in 500 words or less! The roof of the Kogod Courtyard at the National Portrait... This was a really fun article to research and write, and it features interviews with some of the leading structural engineers working in sustainable design today. (Unlike most of our other content, features are generally only available to EBN subscribers. If you have a friend who subscribes, ask him or her to send you a link using the "Email" button on the top right of the article; the URL will stay live for you to view for seven days.) Also in this month's issue, Tristan Roberts explores an insurance breakthrough for integrated project delivery that should simplify collaboration. In other news, we look at the safety of smart meters , a cross-platform version of BEES software , revelations from major manufacturers about cleaning products , and composting toilets at the World Trade Center construction site . Product reviews include the revolutionary EonCoat anticorrosion coating, and new carpets from Interface and its sister company Bentley Prince Street that don't require PFC treatments. Check out the issue online or look for it in your mailbox soon.