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The Evolution of Sustainable Construction

The Evolution of Sustainable Construction By: Emmanuel A. With the construction industry moving towards a zero-carbon future, recycled and sustainable building materials are becoming more and more popular. Around the world and in America, governments are passing stricter construction laws in an attempt to combat the global climate change crisis. [...]

Latitude Introduces: Building Decarbonization Internship Program 2022

Building Decarbonization Internship Program 2022 We are excited to announce our second internship program- this time with NYC Accelerator's Building Decarbonization Internship Program and NYSERDA's Clean Energy Internship Program. With Local Law 97 reaching its first deadline in less than two years, our clients, subcontractors and designers fumble with the complexities [...]

The Magic Fix Does Not Exist

The Magic Fix Does Not Exist  When it comes to building compliance for LL97, everyone is trying to find that magical solution for compliance. We're going to save you the hassle- there is no ONE magical fix, and here's why. Take this scenario where Harry, the building owner, is desperate to get out [...]

Research Team Summer 2021: Carbon Capture, Storage and Utilization By: Swara Desai

Carbon Capture Storage and Utilization Introducing Swara Desai who took part in our Building Sustainability Research Team Summer 2021 on the topic of Carbon Capture, Storage and Utilization.   Swara D. recently received her masters in architecture from the Spitzer School of Architecture (CUNY) . She appreciates all forms of [...]

Research Team Summer 2021: NYC Solar By: Sam Neiderberger

NYC Solar Introducing Sam Neiderberger who took part in our Building Sustainability Research Team Summer 2021 on the topic of  New York City Solar.   Sam N. is perusing his degree in Environmental Management and Protection in California Polytechnic State University. He is currently taking courses on sustainability implementation methods [...]

Research Team Summer 2021: Geothermal Heat Pump [Functionality, Regulations & Economic Feasibility] By: Luke Gillespie

Geothermal Functionality Regulations + Economic Feasibility Introducing Luke Gillespie who took part in our Building Sustainability Research Team Summer 2021 on the topic of Geothermal Source Heat Pumps; Functionality, Regulations & Economic Feasibility.   Luke G. is a physics major enrolled in Texas Christian University, pursuing a career in aerospace. [...]

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