At least three members of the Kendeda Building project team will be honored by the U.S. Green Building Council during USGBC’s Greenbuild conference next month in Atlanta.
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.
The Kendeda Building has enjoyed a fair amount of publicity leading up to its completion. That’s helpful for a building whose aim is to serve as a vanguard for the movement toward regenerative design and construction in the Southeast.
As Vanderbilt promotes Living Buildings in Nashville, the Kendeda Building demonstrates that a large-scale regenerative construction is possible in the Southeast despite climate challenges.
Former Georgia Tech Institute Architect Howard Wertheimer challenges higher ed institutions to do more to regenerate the environment on their own campuses.
One message rang consistent at the dedication and open house for the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design: This is just the beginning.
Tomorrow’s a big day for the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design, with the building’s dedication to be followed by an open house.
Georgia Tech scientist Kim Cobb: The path to a carbon neutral campus is daunting. It will take every ounce of commitment from the campus administration, and every ounce of ingenuity on the part of our faculty, staff, and students to make it happen. And where do we even start?