ell what a show! It was standing room only at Spacecubed for our “Selling Sustainability” show for a subject that definitely sparked the interest of a lot of people from … Continue reading
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e’ve just done something huge. We have just dramatically reduced the cost of using the world’s leading web-based Life Cycle Design (LCD) tool for the built form…while at the same time increased … Continue reading →
s part of the exciting Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) Green Star 2014 Design & As Built release, Life Cycle Assessment has taken another step forward in establishing itself … Continue reading →
Well this is a bit of an odd post as it’s result of me getting carried away in a LinkedIn conversation and blowing the word limit considerably. I’ve ended up … Continue reading →
[Find original publication here] A Carbon Zero Lifestyle I often get asked by homeowners and self-builders what really makes the biggest difference to the carbon footprint of a home design. … Continue reading →
While people are still coming to terms with what Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is, and why it is such a powerful tool to improve the way we build, here at … Continue reading →
So after years of wondering how much impact dust had on reducing the output of a Solar PV system I finally decided it was time to get around to running … Continue reading →
Leveraging off our extensive experience and skills and the power of the eTool LCA software, we can help push your project to global best practice – Life Cycle Assessment (LCA). … Continue reading →
When the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) released its new “Innovation Challenges” initiative in August this year, John Holland and Cundall were quick to respond and register Kings Square … Continue reading →
Ask the average sustainable/eco/green consultant what the principles to achieving a low carbon design are, and more than likely you will get the response: Orientation Glazing Ventilation Insulation Thermal mass … Continue reading →
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