Green Buildings

Surplus soil management in Massachusetts during construction – An update - by Frank Riccuardi

Environmental and construction professionals have been dealing with the issue of soil management during construction for decades. For urban construction, space to stockpile soil is non-existent and for rural areas, on-site soil management is problematic due to runoff and erosion concerns.

Bomb-o-genesis: Might finally get that the sea level is rising - by Susan Bernstein

Susan Bernstein is an attorney at law, Needham, Mass. ...

Stonegate Industrial Park goes green with new rooftop solar panel system

Framingham, MA The outlook for Stonegate Group, LLC is bright as it kicks off 2018 with a high-energy rooftop solar installation at the Ston...

Greenskies Renewable Energy LLC and affiliates purchased by Clean Focus Yield Limited

Middletown, CT Greenskies Renewable Energy LLC and its affiliates, has been purchased by Clean Focus Yield Limited of Sunnyvale, CA with off...

Beaumont Solar named to list of largest clean energy cos. in Mass.

New Bedford, MA Beaumont Solar, a leading, full-service solar developer and engineering, procurement & construction (EPC) company, has b...

Cutolo of SLAM elected to Connecticut’s Green Building Council board of directors

Glastonbury, CT Tanya Cutolo, AIA, LEED AP, director of business development at S/L/A/M Construction Services (SLAM CS), was  elected t...

Considering an energy project in 2018? Then it’s time to get moving! - by Craig Huntley

Its 2018! How did that happen so quickly? The beginning of the year is a great time to take stock of your priorities and set your game plan for the coming year. Last month we provided an outline of how to conduct a broader evaluation of your energy needs.

Contemporary Automotive’s 25,000 s/f facility - N.H.’s largest solar-powered auto dealership - plans to open this fall

Milford, NH New Hampshire’s largest solar-powered auto dealership plans to open its new facility this fall at the northeast intersecti...

Court expands applicability of Article 97 in parks in MA - by Susan Bernstein

In October 2017, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (the “SJC”) issued its decision in Smith v. City of Westfield, involving when a proposed change in the use of public park land could be governed by the Massachusetts State Constitution’s Article 97.

Arrowstreet names Bubriski director of sustainability & building performance

Boston, MA As part of Arrowstreet’s continued passion for creating a sustainable built environment and designing for healthier living,...