aveat Lector: If you use MAC address filtering, it should be set up first, as the next step after entering the WPA passphrase is to try to join the LAN. Going back to the settings menu to reveal the MAC address effectively erases the passphrase. So what about our old TV? One would assume that the […]
A recent report offers some interesting insights from industry stakeholders on attitudes towards, and the effectiveness of, the design-bid-build, design-build, and construction management at-risk delivery models.
A new research paper argues that that most office workers do not experience a higher level of workplace satisfaction on account of working in LEED-certified buildings, regardless of the building and office layout, amount of time spent in the office, and other factors.
Signed into law on June 10, the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act, or WIFIA, is a five-year, $350 million pilot federal loan program for large water and wastewater infrastructure projects designed to encourage P3 delivery in this important market sector.
IMT and DOE’s Green Lease Leaders Recognition Program has announced its first class of winners for 2014, and the 14 awardees span a range of REITs, corporations, and real estate companies.
As public-private partnerships continue to proliferate across North America, we take a closer look at some high-level P3 legal issues from a green building perspective.
In a decision that has significant implications for the design-build and government contracting communities, the Federal Circuit has reversed a Court of Claims decision that numerous commentators and industry organizations had believed was wrongly decided.
Released by the Minister of State for Human Resources Development, a new report aims to unravel the reasons behind India’s slow adoption of green building practices and policies.
A new program launched by IMT and backed by DOE aims to provide third-party certification for green commercial office leases.
We’re happy to be reintroducing an upgraded and updated GRELJ for 2014, with more content, reorganized archives, and a broader focus on issues of import to the design, construction, and development industries.