Coronavirus has driven the Kendeda Building’s robust building tour program into the virtual world.
How do you turn a building into its own drinking water plant? The Kendeda Building on Georgia Tech’s campus shows the way.
Informative update from Kendeda Building Director Shan Arora on the building’s progress toward certification (as well as tips on taking a virtual tour and some news on social media):
A Georgia Tech course taught by Atlanta architect Frank Wickstead enhances the Kendeda Building’s efforts to enhance equity.
Architects Joshua Gassman, Alyssa Kingsley, Margaret Sprug and Howard Wertheimer offer up personal highlights on the South’s greenest building in this video from the Kendeda Fund.
Now that spring semester has begun at Georgia Tech, the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design can be marked down as fully occupied.
The Kendeda Building Swarm has given a Changemaker Award to Raydeo Enterprises, which installed the salvaged wood that dominates the interior of the building.
The Kendeda Building continued to get attention from media outlets and corporate websites over the last month, aided by the fact that Greenbuild came to Atlanta in late November.
The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design aspires to perform at net-positive energy. Generating seven times the power it uses on a sunny afternoon doesn’t mean it’ll stay no-positive for a full year, but it’s definitely a good sign.