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InMotion: The Haskell Blog

The Hidden Net Zero Energy Savings in Parking Garages

Categories: Government, Sustainability

 

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New Ship Sizes Expose the Lack of Investment in Port Infrastructure

Categories: Ahead, Government

 

With signs of economic recovery in the U.S. and Europe, global trade and shipping are anticipated to rise in next few years. With this, many in the port and harbor industry have planned to invest a great deal in and around ports. Although this was planned, there was a major change the industry did not anticipate that caused dramatic congestion at U.S. gateway ports. 

The major change?...

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Federal Government Taking Bold Moves Toward Design-Build

Categories: Government

 

On June 18, 2014, the Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) announced the award of the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) contract # GS-02F-105BA on Schedule 84 for the seamless delivery of design-build training services to the U.S. government.  

The question you may immediately ask is: why should I care? In this blog, we’ll explore why both government project owners and...

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Green Globes Offer Federal Project Owners a Sustainable Alternative

Categories: Government, Sustainability

In late 2013, the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) provided its recommendations for the federal government’s use of green building rating systems. For the first time, the GSA presented two sustainable certification options for government agencies to choose from:

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The U.S. Armed Forces Net Zero Vision

Categories: Government, Sustainability

 

photo courtesy of the U.S. Army

 

In many organizations, Net Zero only represents an idealistic principle—one that sounds great in concept, but becomes too challenging to implement in the “real world.” The future arrived nearly five years ago for the United States Armed Forces, and Net Zero became a force multiplier.

 

For the Armed Forces, addressing Net Zero is operationally necessary,...

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