Logel Homes has recently enrolled 11 projects in our BUILT GREEN® High Density program--accounting for 530 units in Calgary built to be healthier, more sustainable homes: verified through certification.
July 20th, we will deliver a free, online workshop, focused on cost-effective ways to improve the performance of your builds. This is especially timely, considering updates to mortgage rebate programs, which now require higher energy performance.
Cohousing-what is it, and why have we been hearing about it? For residents of the beautiful, coastal community of West Wind Harbour Cohousing in Sooke, it means home...
Kicking off the new year, Built Green Canada launches its Net Zero Energy+ program for single family new homes, a new level of achievement within the organization's long-held, industry friendly green building program.
Complementing Environment Week, we issue our 7th annual challenge to municipalities, to raise awareness of the importance of sustainable building practices, to challenge municipalities to encourage green building, and to highlight those leading the way.
In parallel to Earth Day, Built Green Canada celebrates the first project certification awarded through their BUILT GREEN® Communities Pilot Program---Spring Creek's Phase One of their Spring Creek Mountain Village in Canmore.
We continue developing a series of webinars focused on key components of our certification programs. Our Business Practices webinar is next up, to be held on Tuesday, April 27. We hope you're able to join us!
Congratulations Jayman BUILT! These homes will use over 80% less energy than those built to current building code, each saving over 8 tonnes of GHG emissions per year. Jayman was the founding member of Built Green Canada.
This year, our checklists have limited updates. Over the last few years, we've updated / added a number of checklist items based on industry input, code changes, new innovations, and input from our Technical Standards Committee and the Board of Directors.
We have been developing a series of webinars focused on key components of our certification programs. Our Waste Management & Water Conservation webinar is next up, being held on Tuesday, November 17, and we hope you're able to join us.
In recognition of Waste Reduction Week, Built Green Canada acknowledges the integral role waste management plays in environmental sustainability, as well as those builders who choose responsible waste reduction methods.
In parallel to Earth Day, Built Green Canada celebrated the first project certification awarded through their BUILT GREEN® Communities Pilot Program.
Averton enrols first development in Built Green's Communities Pilot. With health and environmental concerns on the rise, many are searching for ways to enhance wellness and reduce their impact on the environment--while some continue their commitment.
This webinar will look at construction methods and types of products that contribute to lower energy consumption, as well as alternative heating and electrical systems, and improved building envelope.
What does it mean to build to an "equivalency"? An equivalency is using a program's tools in an attempt to meet a requirement without it being certified--and likely, without actual testing being done...