Blog Category: Green Building

Greenprint recognizes LEEDing green builders

Our annual Greenprint Special Edition showcases leaders in sustainability

Sustainable systems, well-sourced materials, sophisticated technology—they are no longer benchmarks. They are baselines, the foundation of any modern structure. And, they are the motivation for this special edition of US Builders Review. Our annual Greenprint Special Edition is all about companies dedicated to green building. Among these stories, you find companies that design energy-efficient building […]

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Buffalo feels out its newly-minted Green Code

Despite pressure for variances, it’s a victory, the city says

It’s been three months since Buffalo, New York’s, new zoning code, known as the Green Code, was signed into law, and so far the city seems pleased with the results. “It really provides a tool for the city of Buffalo to move forward and recognize our assets, which are our wonderful buildings, our walkability and […]

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Healthier more environmentally friendly buildings have a better return on investment

Sturdier, quieter builders are a safer investment in tornado prone Texas

When it comes to creating an energy-efficient building, say a quiet medical facility or a tornado-resistant school, there’s a one-size-fits-most solution: well-designed walls. Many of the environmental and human-health benefits building owners and architects seek can be achieved with the right choice of wall material. Walls aren’t exactly a hot topic, though, so their importance […]

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It’s time to change the way we build walls. Bautex Systems is here to help

Bautex Systems simplifies wall construction while boosting wall performance

The history of modern wall construction goes something like this: in 1880 concrete masonry units were invented. In 1915 modern wood framing became standard practice. In 1925 metal framing gained acceptance and in 1966 insulated concrete forms were introduced. In the 50 years since, wall construction hasn’t changed much, but the demands placed on walls […]

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Developers react to Buffalo’s new Green Code

The Green Code puts good looks and history on par with function

Fredrick Law Olmstead, widely considered one of the great American landscape architects, once described Buffalo, New York, as “the best planned city in America, if not the world.” Olmstead, who designed Central Park for New York City in 1857, was invited to Buffalo in 1868 to design a park for the city and was immediately […]

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LEDs are the latest, greatest and most confusing lighting technology

Let’s shed some light on LEDs

Shortly after patenting his version of the incandescent lightbulb, Thomas Edison developed the electricity meter. Ticking and whirring away dollars and cents, this meter might be Edison’s most lasting contribution to the lighting industry. For while the incandescent bulb is falling out of favor, the humble electric meter continues to be the dynamo driving manufacturers […]

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Babcock Ranch, Florida: A new model for sustainability — the first solar-powered town in the U.S.

Babcock Ranch is a new town being developed by Palm Beach Gardens, Florida-based Kitson & Partners

Babcock Ranch is a new town being developed by Palm Beach Gardens, Florida-based Kitson & Partners at the epicenter of Southwest Florida’s newest growth corridor, just 20 minutes east of downtown Fort Myers. Residences in the town’s first neighborhood and Phase 1 of the Downtown District are slated for completion in the first quarter of […]

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Greenbuild 2016: Putt for Prizes at US Builders Review Booth #2453

Prizes include Linda Kate’s lobsters, courses from Construct-Ed and US Builders Review swag

Golfing and green, go hand in hand. That’s why we’ve brought a putting green, to Greenbuild! We invite all Greenbuild 2016 attendees to stop by the US Builders Review booth #2453 for a chance to unwind with a few putts and enter to win a slew of prizes. Playing is easy – and fun! Here are […]

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Greenbuild Profile: Getting to Know L.A. Native & Architecture Pioneer David Hertz

To an extent, we are all a product of our environment. Born and raised in Los Angeles, and now residing in Venice Beach, David Hertz, FAIA, LEED AP, founder and president of S.E.A. The Studio of Environmental Architecture (S.E.A.), and skysource.org  is very much a product of the out-of-the-box, unconventional environment that is L.A. Hertz […]

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Skywater by Island Sky Corporation: Out of thin air – making clean, drinkable water from the atmosphere

The second element most precious to human life after oxygen is water. While Earth is more than 80 percent water, only a small percentage of that is fit for human consumption and with global warming, persistent droughts and increasing pollution, the planet’s water supply is in jeopardy. Based in Florida, Island Sky Corporation is changing […]

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— Crystal Leos, Business Development, DALLASWHITE Property Restoration
I was contacted by the company to write a review on my business. They handled the process very efficient and professional. The pictures came out great and the article was perfect. I am very happy with their work.
— Kirt McGhee, Owner, K4M Construction
Ryan at TrueLine was a pleasure to work with and we wouldn't hesitate to recommend him or TrueLine to anyone in the future. They were professional, organized and great to work with through the process!
— James Cahill, President and Partner, J. Calnan & Associates
The final product was an exceptionally well written and thorough story integrated with many of our project photos. It is a great endorsement of our company and our work that we are promoting on our website and through social media. We were impressed with the quality of the editorial and the professional follow-through.
— Susan Howell, Marketing Director for Howell Custom Building Group
Kyle Gahm was instrumental in coordinating this project from beginning to end. He was always available and a pleasure to work with. It would be a pleasure to work with Kyle down the road. Bill Keaton was very impressive in raising money from advertising which resulted in ASE getting the cover story, so thank you Bill. Lia Prysunka and Jeanee Dudley are both very impressive individuals who deserve a lot of credit for this featured piece. They were both very patient and accepting of any changes we suggested. The format, quality, and resolution was awesome. To sum it all up: Our upper management, who never have been high on PR and things of this nature said that it was "absolutely fantastic" and were blown away. They now are requesting multiple copies of the full magazine and are very proud of the work you all put in. Thanks again.
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— Barbara Kotsos, Director of Marketing & PR, Giroux Glass
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— Michael Henthorn, Owner, Henthorn Commercial Construction
It was an absolute pleasure to work with the writers and editorial team at TrueLine Publishing for our recent article in US Builders Review. From the start of the project, it was apparent that everyone involved was very concerned with accuracy and getting the facts right. They were also very conscientious about soliciting our feedback and ensuring that we were happy with the content and with the manner in which Giroux Glass was described in the finalized piece.
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