Concentration of CO2 in the Atmosphere

Final deadline reminder to complete your NYC Construction Award entry


The NYC Construction Awards would like to hear from all companies who have made an impact on the industry… Meet. Network. Connect. About NYCCA 2018 The NYC Construction Awards (NYCCA), hosted by the New York Build Expo, brings the industry together to recognize achievements, developments and innovation within the NYC construction landscape. The […]

Better Buildings Workforce Guidelines Job Task Analyses

Announcement of the Better Buildings Workforce Guidelines Job Task Analyses Validation Study

The National Institute of Building Sciences, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), and Professional Testing, Inc. invite you to participate in a nationwide research study validating job task analyses (JTAs) of four key energy-related jobs in the commercial buildings sector. Your […]

Another Request for Bid Proposals for a Solar Electric Project

Dear REV Members,

Please find a Request for Proposals for a project from the City of Montpelier by clicking HERE.

Please note that the first deadline for this process is November 1st (this was just sent to us the other day).

Please note that you may be needed to be an approved Partner through […]

Recycling For Your Construction Project …

Did you know?

By Clare Innes

Crushed glass, as mentioned in the article, used in place of crushed gravel to build a French drain at a residence.

When you’re making plans to button up your house, close down your cabin, and shore up the shed for winter, it’s easy to keep a […]

Interiors Green Shots


By Jessica Barber Goldblatt

Earth or clay plaster is a blend of clay, fine aggregate, with an addition of fiber and pigment, depending on the look one wants to achieve.

Earth materials were used extensively in buildings of all sorts prior to the 19th century. The disappearance was not because […]

Air Sealing Presentation by Tom Perry

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The Importance of Building Science and Systems

Presented by Tom Perry BSR Board President / New Leaf Design

Monday, November 26, 2012

6:30pm-9:00pm presentation will begin at 7pm

On the Rise Bakery – Richmond, VT

“How tight is too tight?” Is it important for buildings to “breathe”?


November 7 Deep Energy Retrofit Workshop

Next Wednesday’s Nov. 7 Deep Energy Retrofit workshop is almost at capacity. If you are planning to attend, register soon to get a spot. With Marc Rosenbaum, David Legg and David Joyce. At NH Audubon’s McLane Center in Concord. Includes coffee, bagels and lunch. 7:30 am – 4:00 pm. Discounted $75 tuition, and easy […]

“Just Right Depth” Energy Retrofit & Home Addition

This event, originally scheduled for Monday, October 29, was postponed due to weather.

Please join us this FRIDAY, November 2 after work from 4:00 to 7:00, or Saturday anytime from noon to 3:00.

Thank you for your understanding, and we look forward to seeing you!

“Just Right Depth” Energy Retrofit & Home […]

Creating a Zero Energy Building from a Historic Shell

Presentation on the renovation of the Leviston House on Main St in Enfield.

Sunday, June 3, 4pm Enfield Community Building, Huse Park, Rt4/Main St; followed by a reception/tour.

More info: