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What Drives The Investment In Building Energy Performance

What motivates office building owners to improve energy performance? For a recent IREM survey on how financial methods are used to evaluate capital expenditure decisions, CLICK ON THE HEADLINE

Green Retirement Communities Are Sprouting

Because of the increasing interest in environmental sustainability by Baby Boomers and GenX’ers , some forward-thinking retirement communities are offering residents everything from greener buildings to energy-efficient lighting to community gardens. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Miami Ranks #9 On CBRE’s Annual Green Building Adoption Index

A joint project of CBRE Group, Inc. and Maastricht University reported that 41.6 percent of Miami’s office space is considered “green” – well above the national average of 38.7% CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Going Green: No Longer An Elective For Hospitals

Many hospitals have begun placing a greater emphasis on becoming “healthy buildings” that incorporate sustainability into their design, construction materials, utilities and even workflow processes. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

CRE Pros OK With Burying The LEED

Many technology and emerging companies are more concerned with how much energy a building uses than its ranking on the LEED scale. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

2015 Greenest Companies In Commercial Real Estate

The vast majority of the respondents to CPE’s 2014 Greenest Companies Survey expect to increase green building activity over the next calendar year. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

HEAT, Broward County Schools ‘Seeing Green’

Through the greening initiative titled “How Low Can You Go?” the team is enticing the schools to raise environmental awareness of CO2 emissions and educate the facilities about potential financial savings through responsible energy consumption. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Why Smart Building Tech Is A No-Brainer For Property Owners And Investors

Commercial and public property owners are looking to smart building technology to boost operational efficiency, achieve energy savings, improve capital planning and reduce their carbon footprints making smart buildings a “no-brainer”. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE