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Can campus buildings create more energy than they consume?

Thrilled to have been involved on the Kendeda Foundation Living Building Project Academic & Research Council for a new kind of campus building that is part of the Georgia Tech ECO Commons. Here is the feature the Chronicle of Higher Education ran recently. And here is ACCESS to the full specs and goals of the building. The challenge for the building was comprised of seven performance categories called Petals: Place, Water, Energy, Health & Happiness, Materials, Equity and Beauty. Petals are subdivided into a total of twenty Imperatives, each of which focuses on a specific sphere of influence. This compilation of Imperatives can be applied to almost every conceivable building project, of any scale and any location—be it a new building or an existing structure. I was part of the "equity petal" for the building, which is prominently featured in this YouTube video.


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