Posts Tagged ‘ New York City ’

New York City, New Work: Residential Sector on the Upswing

Oct 27th, 2022

The New York Building Congress and New York Building Foundation have issued their joint, annual publication, the New York City Construction Outlook, for 2022-2024. Spending in the residential building sector in particular is forecast to increase nearly 70% in the next few years over the pre-pandemic period of 2017-2019. The Construction Outlook shows the Big […]

Crystal Windows Named 9th Largest NY Area Minority Firm

May 21st, 2021

Crystal Window and Door Systems announced it has been included in the top business ranking of New York City area minority-owned firms. In its May 3, 2021 edition, Crain’s New York Business ranked Crystal Windows 9th on its list of the New York area’s largest minority-owned companies. This year’s ranking represents Crystal’s highest achievement to […]

USGBC Hosts Panel Discussion on Climate and Energy Efficiency

Dec 16th, 2020

While many uncertainties surround what 2021 will bring, many feel certain that a Joe Biden presidency will bring renewed focus on energy efficiency and climate. To address what kinds of green building policies could be in store, the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) hosted a panel discussion with Rep. Kathy Castor (D-Fla.), chair of the […]

New York Updates Energy Conservation Code

May 8th, 2020

New York City has updated its New York City Energy Conservation Code (NYCECC), which now includes more stringent fenestration and building insulation requirements. The updated code will be current with the 2020 Energy Conservation Construction Code of New York State, which is based on the 2018 International Energy Conservation Code and ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2016. The […]

Cities and States Continue to Lead Carbon Reduction Initiatives

Mar 3rd, 2020

Years ago, I predicted that we’d see regional, state and local legislation eclipse federal law when it comes to carbon emission reductions. Over and over, we’ve seen this point validated in the form of aggressive localized plans, but there is still some activity at the national level. Case in point: I was reminded at the […]

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