Two months into the new decade, the construction industry is as busy as ever. Within this booming industry, teams are seeing increasingly more projects going green.
By Tommy Linstroth It’s a new year for the construction industry, and 2020 will an exciting time to pursue Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification for your green construction project. With the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) planning to fully transition to LEED v4.1 in the coming year, designers and builders have a clearer […]
One way to earn the Material Ingredient reporting credit (which is Option 1 in Material Ingredients) in LEED versions 4 and 4.1 by using products with Health Product Declarations (HPDs).
We’ve had a busy year at Green Badger trying to provide you with educational (and entertaining) content to help you and your teams succeed at LEED. Here are our top 5 blog posts from the past year according to you, our Green Badger friends and family. What content did you find most useful from us […]
Our takeaways from the Greenbuild 2019 conference and expo, and some predictions for the future of Green Construction in 2020.
Cloud-based solution provider for contractors will connect with other sustainable construction advocates and experts at Greenbuild Atlanta event in 2019.
After almost 4 years of waiting, construction project teams now have LEED compliant PVC/CPVC cement products to add to their projects.
Today, Green Badger is featuring green building superhero Madeline Smith at Clayco who we have had the pleasure of working with over the past few years!
Visit these LEED certified building in Atlanta at the Greenbuild 2019 conference.
While you’re in town for the Greenbuild 2019 conference in Atlanta, get ready to tie one on and explore these local bars and breweries.