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  1. WELL Community Standard

      News, Sustainable Design, Trends

    GLOSSARY:  WELL Community Standard       WELL Community Standard TM pilot, is a new global benchmark for healthy, inclusive, equitable, integrated and resilient communities. Through this new pilot program, 110 evidence-based features across 10 concepts promote health and wellness at the district scale: Air, Water, Nourishment, Light, Fitness, Temperature, Sound, Materials, Mind and Community. A companion…

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  2. RELi : Resilience Action List + Credit Catalog

      News, Sustainable Design, Trends

    RELi is a new standard released last fall and is short for Resilience Action List + Credit Catalog. RELi combines a comprehensive list of resilient design criteria with the latest in proven integrative process for developing next generation communities, neighborhoods, buildings, homes and infrastructure.

  3. DesignColumbus 2017 | Education Day & Expo

    Join Moody Nolan’s Sara Boyer, Kris Cochran and Allen Schaffer for Session 103: SUSTAINABLE ARENA DESIGN and Allen Schaffer with Johnna Keller (M+A Architects), Eric Boxer (Go Sustainable Energy), Jacqueline Langhals (Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections) for Session 201 9:30am : LIVING BUILDING CHALLENGE – WHAT IT TAKES: A LEEDV4 CASE STUDY on October 10, 2017.

  4. PaaS : PRODUCT as a SERVICE

      Sustainable Design, Thought Leadership, Trends

    GLOSSARY:  PaaS: PRODUCT as a SERVICE        What if instead of buying a light bulb you paid a company to provide you with light? That’s the idea behind product as a service (PaaS)—a business model that could extend to any type of building product and seeks to bring about a circular economy. This…

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  5. Moody Nolan’s Dunbar Senior High School Receives LEED Platinum Certification

      News, Sustainable Design, Technology, Thought Leadership

    The Dunbar Senior High School in Washington, D.C. designed by Moody Nolan and Perkins Eastman, received LEED Platinum certification, the first and only D.C. public school to reach this level allowing them the title: The “Greenest” New School in the World. The historic high school in Washington, D.C. was completed in August of 2013, the…

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