Labor Day may have come and gone. But last weekend was celebration time for the workers who built the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design. Check out these photos from the building’s first large event.
Skanska USA is putting the petal to metal as the general contractor prepares to turn the keys over to Georgia Tech for one of the world’s greenest educational buildings.
The drywall used in the Kendeda Building takes a fairly mainstream approach to addressing embodied carbon and water conservation, along with other sustainability challenges.
Sixty-two technologically sophisticated Big Ass Fans will play a big role in cooling the Kendeda Building.
As early as next spring, visitors to the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design should be able to enjoy fruit with very little labor. But they’ll have to wait a while for the sweetest of harvests.
It’s easy to see why CarbonCure, a Canadian startup tackling the sky high emissions of carbon by the cement industry, is a global darling for the green building materials sector.
CBS 46 airs a piece from reporter Sally Sears on the Kendeda Building. I’m impressed at how many of the top-lines she managed to capture in two-and-half minutes.
As the various subcontractors enter the homestretch, here’s a view in photos at construction highlights so far in 2019.
A North Carolina businessman partners with a materials engineer and a brick factory to come up with a supply chain and a manufacturing process for 100 percent recycled bricks.
A preliminary SK Collaborative blower door test indicates that the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design is on the right track when it comes to air tightness.