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Fulfill All of Your LEED, AIA & WELL CE Requirements in One Place & Without Breaking the Bank!

Are you a LEED or WELL professional and wondering what’s next?

Continuing education is the key to true professional development and there is no shortcut. If you’re looking for quality CE courses, look no further!

Fulfill All of Your LEED, AIA & WELL CE Requirements in One Place!

Membership packages

Learning Hub Membership

Welcome to Learning-hub @ GBRI—your one-stop shop for all your sustainability education needs.
Designed for students, licensed professionals, educators, and companies, Learning-Hub at GBRI offers not only an inexpensive way to achieve your CE hours, but also creates a diverse community, allowing you to network, connect, and collaborate with experts and professionals. 
Sign up for a FREE Bronze account and take guesswork out of the equation with a pre-made 6, 15, or 30-hour LEED course package as part of a bronze, silver, or gold membership—or get it all with a platinum membership!
Why wait? Get started today by exploring a membership plan that works for you.

Curated CMP Packages

Take the guess work out of the equation and sign up for our curated CE bundle for LEED Green Associates, LEED APs with Specialty, AIA, and WELL APs. Our curated CE bundles will provide you with all the courses needed to maintain your LEED, WELL, or AIA credentials.
Curated CMP packages
ARTICLES

Articles

We all have different learning styles—while some like to learn through audio visuals, others enjoy reading on their favorite device while commuting to work or listening to an audio clip during their exercise. Explore our sustainability articles on a wide variety of topics including LEED, WELL, climate change, Green Building AIA case studies, crypto currencies, and more.

Learning-hub @ GBRI has it all—with articles, audio visuals, and podcasts, we have hundreds of courses to fulfill your learning appetite.

And the best part? You can access our newer courses on your tablet, laptop, or even smartphones, offering complete flexibility for busy professionals. Think and act globally from the comfort of your home or office.

Case Studies

Green Building case studies are a fun way to learn new sustainability concepts through examples. From AIA measures of sustainable design to IGBC, LBC, LEED, and WELL-GBRI case studies, you can view a collection of green building projects from around the world.
Case studies

Project Controls

Whether it’s a green building project in San Francisco, a refinery project in Houston, or an infrastructure project in New York City, the importance of planning and scheduling is pivotal for the successful implementation and timely completion of projects.

The $1 trillion infrastructure bill passed in Nov 2021 is the largest infusion of federal investment into infrastructure projects in the United States, touching nearly every facet of the American economy. With more projects, come new job opportunities across the board, including the planning sector.

Interested in project controls and how it intersects with sustainability? Join us live online or watch our intro course on-demand about project controls where we discuss the role of scheduling in project management, understand the important of creating a schedule, and analyze how it intersects with the sustainability goals of a project. We will identify scheduling tools and highlight the use of Oracle Primavera P6 as a scheduling tool. Together, we will explore job opportunities in scheduling and discuss advanced GBRI training for project control professionals.

Energy Modeling

Energy modeling or energy simulation is the process of using computer programs to model or simulate the energy performance of buildings or systems within. Green building professionals perform energy-modeling using different programs such as eQuest, carrier HAP, Trace 700, and more, to analyze various energy conservation measures and to make accurate energy-saving decisions on a building. Curious about how it works and whether this is right for you? GBRI has an intro course on Energy Modeling, as well as an advanced course in partnership with energy-models.com.

Join us as presenter Bob Fassbender, LEED AP BD+C, Trace 700 Instructor, and co-founder of Energy-Models, shares the top 14 things all building professionals need to know about energy modeling. We will review everything from “What is energy modeling?” to “What an energy model looks like?” and more. This course also reviews what you can expect is terms of savings and how energy models may help you get your building LEED-certified.
Better Late Than Never: Recharge, Renew, Rejuvenate
LEED specific CE hours

LEED Specific Hours​

LEED-specific courses are LEED-centric courses designed and created to enhance your knowledge within the LEED rating system. LEED Green Associates are required to earn 3 LEED-specific hours and LEED Accredited Professionals are required to earn 6 LEED-specific hours within a 2-year reporting period. GBRI has tailored solutions to meet your LEED-specific needs. LEED professionals may earn LEED-specific hours watching self-paced LEED-specific courses for BD+C, O+M, ID+C, ND, or Homes specialties, and/or by participating in GBRI’s LEED project experience program for BD+C specialty. 

Have multiple credentials? Register for GBRI’s Platinum membership and earn all the LEED, WELL, and AIA-specific hours you need.

WELL Specific Hours​

WELL-specific courses are WELL-centric courses designed and created to enhance your knowledge within the WELL rating system. WELL Accredited Professionals are required to earn 6 WELL-specific hours within a 2-year reporting period. Utilize GBRI’s WELLOPEDIA series to master your knowledge in WELL version 2, along with earning all 6 WELL-specific hours. 

Have multiple credentials? Register for GBRI’s Platinum membership and earn all the LEED, WELL, and AIA-specific hours you need.

WELL specific CE hours

AIA and HSW Hours

icensed architects must earn continuing education credits each year to fulfill AIA membership requirements, as well as their state license(s). AIA Architect members are required to complete 18 LUs from registered AIA/CES providers each year. Of the 18 LUs, 12 must be in the topic areas of health, safety, and welfare (HSW). AIA requirements can differ from the continuing education requirements of state licensing boards. State requirements may also vary from state to state.

GBRI offers courses approved by AIA and offers a variety of ways to earn continuing education credits that meet your goals and licensing requirements. GBRI’s continuing education courses aim to help you stay competitive by arming you with the tools, techniques, and knowledge you need, while fulfilling your AIA and LEED CE requirements.

Mentorship Program

The architecture/engineering/construction (AEC)industry will experience a prolonged period of sustained expansion as construction activity in the infrastructure, technology, and housing sectors grow to meet the needs of society. This will lead to new and exciting opportunities for professionals at all levels.  Will you be ready to move into positions of greater responsibility and further your career?

Our Executive Director and instructor, Michael J. Kaleda, P.E., delivers GBRI’s mentorship program which is designed to put participants on a track to being ready for those opportunities.  He is a career program/construction management executive with 40+ years of federal, state, and local government experience, managing military, school, and transportation projects.  He has a track record of organizing, leading, and managing teams to execute projects with favorable results. Click here to join the FREE info session.

Mentorship program
Workforce Training

Workforce and Certification Programs

GBRI is enhancing its existing Sustainability Training Curriculum to develop and implement hands-on sustainability and green building-related technical training, experiential learning, job placement, and supportive services. Each training program will provide a greater understanding of sustainability & green buildings. You will gain a fundamental knowledge of sustainability initiatives, net zero buildings, and green building rating systems, as well as a strong understanding of energy-efficient heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) and water heating, building electrification, building envelope-insulation and fenestration, energy-efficient lighting and controls, and renewable energy systems. GBRI offers courses approved by AIA and offers a variety of ways to earn continuing education credits that meet your goals and licensing requirements. GBRI’s continuing education courses aim to help you stay competitive by arming you with the tools, techniques, and knowledge you need, while fulfilling your AIA and LEED CE requirements.

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Project Controls

Sustainability

Planning, Scheduling & Sustainability: Live Training

Sustainability

Planning, Scheduling & Sustainability: Self-Paced Course

Time Impact Analysis using Oracle Primavera P6

Analyzing Claims using Oracle Primavera P6

Time Impact Analysis using Oracle Primavera P6

Time Impact Analysis using Oracle Primavera P6

Measurement of Delay – Theory and Application

Measurement of Delay – Theory and Application

IS SPI REALLY AN EFFECTIVE

IS SPI REALLY AN EFFECTIVE INDICATOR FOR PROJECT CONTROL?

10 myths and facts of cost estimation in Latin America's Megaprojects

10 myths and facts of cost estimation in Latin America’s Megaprojects

Project controls maturity – how to measure and assess

Project controls maturity – how to measure and assess

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Articles

The Role of Design in Racial Equity How the Built Environment Impacts Issues of Race gbri article

The Role of Design in Racial Equity: How the Built Environment Impacts Issues of Race

This article takes a deep dive into the ways that design and racism have closely intermingled over time.

The World’s Fair in Dubai: Iconic Buildings and Structures

The World’s Fair in Dubai: Iconic Buildings and Structures

Part 2 of the Dubai Expo series includes some of the iconic buildings and structures at the World’s Fair in Dubai including the entry portal made from Carbon-fiber ribbon, formed from thousands of ultra-thin carbon fibers, and the Al Wasl Dome with a 360-degree projection surface.

The World’s Fair in Dubai: Iconic Buildings and Structures

The World’s Fair In Dubai: Connecting Minds And Creating The Future Through Sustainability, Mobility, And Opportunity

More than a century-and-a-half of World Expos have displayed life-changing inventions and cultural treasures. The World’s Fair in Dubai shows the possibilities of the technology that can change the way we live to a safer better future. Join us as GBRI International Sustainability Program (ISP) – graduate and Sustainability Ambassador Nandana Sobhanan explores the world’s fair in Dubai with her friend Anagha Ajith

Mit.Nano Massachusetts Institute Of Technology -An AIA COTE TOP 10 Case Study

Mit.Nano Massachusetts Institute Of Technology -An AIA COTE TOP 10 Case Study

Learn about MIT’s one of the largest commitments to research and sustainability through MIT.nano – a 2021 AIA COTE Top Ten Award recipient!

CIVITAS – An AIA Top 10 Case Study

CIVITAS – An AIA Top 10 Case Study

Check out this extensive case study to learn more about how Civitas successfully makes high-design and high-performance houses a reality.

Lafayette College Rockwell Integrated Sciences Center

Lafayette College Rockwell Integrated Sciences Center – An AIA Top 10 Case Study

Architecture and Carbon The Odd Couple Destined for Partnership

Architecture and Carbon: The Odd Couple Destined for Partnership

Ever wonder about the odd couple, Architecture and Carbon, and how they interact with each other online and offline? Are they compatible with each other? Will the current carbon emissions trend overhaul their relationship and is their relationship sustainable? Find these answers and more in this in-depth article.

Arizona State University Hayden Library

Arizona State University Hayden Library Reinvention – An AIA Top 10 Case Study

Check out this extensive case study to determine how the Hayden Library reinvention project made it to the top ten in 2021!

Ryerson University

Ryerson University Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex-An AIA Top 10 Case Study

This course discuss the various sustainable measures and standards used to review the green building project, let’s credit everyone involved.

Rainier Beach Clinic An AIA Top 10 Case Study

Rainier Beach Clinic -An AIA Top 10 Case Study

The Rainier Beach Clinic leverages biophilic design strategies, distraction therapy for pain management, evidence-based practice for innovation, and biomorphic design strategies to boost patient health, wellness and lower morbidity and mortality rates.

Check out this extensive case study to learn more about the project!

Executive Order on Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad

How The Government Is Revitalizing Energy Communities And Tackling The Climate Crisis – Is It Enough?

With over $37 billion in immediately available funding, the Working Group has a chance to make a huge impact on the lives of people in priority communities as well as our environment. One question remains – are we doing enough to fight climate change?

climate justice movement

Climate Justice – A Multigenerational Global Civil Rights Issue

In this article, we dig deep into the climate justice movement, uncovering the priorities it aims to assert, as well as examples of climate injustice and the activists who are fighting to stop them.

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Energy

What-is-a-zero-energy-building

Zero Energy & Carbon: Electrification Course

Data Centers & Sustainability

Data Centers & Sustainability: Building the Future into the Present Facilities

In Part II, the discussion turns to the future of sustainability in data centers and looks at what industry leaders are currently doing or researching.

Covid-19 And HVAC Systems

COVID-19 AND HVAC SYSTEMS : Where Are We?

Let’s look at some HVAC operation strategies that will help mitigate the transmission of respiratory infections such as COVID-19.

Data Centers & Sustainability: What you Need to Know

This is Part I of a two-part series on sustainability in data centers. In Part I, we discuss the business case for greening data centers by reviewing the data center components and strategies for reducing energy and water consumption, and CO2 emissions. In Part II, the discussion turns to the future of sustainability in data centers and looks at what industry leaders are currently doing or researching.

Climate Change

Architecture and Carbon The Odd Couple Destined for Partnership

Architecture and Carbon: The Odd Couple Destined for Partnership

Ever wonder about the odd couple, Architecture and Carbon, and how they interact with each other online and offline? Are they compatible with each other? Will the current carbon emissions trend overhaul their relationship and is their relationship sustainable? Find these answers and more in this in-depth article.

Executive Order on Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad

How The Government Is Revitalizing Energy Communities And Tackling The Climate Crisis – Is It Enough?

With over $37 billion in immediately available funding, the Working Group has a chance to make a huge impact on the lives of people in priority communities as well as our environment. One question remains – are we doing enough to fight climate change?

climate justice movement

Climate Justice – A Multigenerational Global Civil Rights Issue

In this article, we dig deep into the climate justice movement, uncovering the priorities it aims to assert, as well as examples of climate injustice and the activists who are fighting to stop them.

Oceans in crisis

Oceans In Crisis: The Blame Game

In light of the recently released Netflix documentary, SeaSpiracy, we have taken a deep dive into understanding the status of our oceans. Learn more about the controversy behind oceanic preservation and the blame game it has created under part 2 of this series.

COP26

Revolutionary Outcomes Of Cop26 What The Annual Meeting Means For Our Future

In this article, we review what was discussed, the outcomes of these negotiations, and where we can expect to go from here.

ESG Disclosure

Accelerating the Path to “Green” through ESG Disclosure

Getting Started with Minimalism

Minimalism — What is it and is it for you?

In this article, you’ll learn about the benefits of minimalism and who can gain the most from it.

Socially Responsible Investments

Everything You Need to Know About Socially Responsible Investments

This article will explore each facet of SRI in order to inform anyone reading what SRI is and how it came around, what companies have SRI policies and why they’ve chosen to do so, what the future of SRI looks like, and several other aspects.

Impact Investing

Impact Investing – What You Need to Know

This article will explore the phenomenon of impact investing and all its facets from the basic definition all the way to potential future of an impact investing network.

Caffeine: How Your Morning Coffee and Tea may be Lacking Sustainability

Caffeine: How Your Morning Coffee And Tea May Be Lacking Sustainability

This article isn’t to scare you off from your cup of joe, but to instead educate you that your caffeine intake may be hurting others and the environment just as much as it’s keeping you addicted.

Climate Change and health

Climate Change And Health: A Lunchtime Chat With Dr. Joan Schiller

Dr. Joan Schiller is a medical oncologist and adjunct professor at University of Virginia. She is passionate about the impact of climate change on health. She recently published two articles on the subject in The Journal of Clinical Oncology – Oncology Practice and Lung Cancer News, a publication of the International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer.

Join us as Dr. Schiller explores the topic and shares her wisdom.

tourist / sustainable traveler / travel sustainably

Don’t be a Tourist: How to make your world travels experience sustainable

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WELL

WELL-AP-Exam-Prep

The complete WELL AP Exam Preparation Program – Week 1

GBRI WELL AP Version 2 Question Bank and Mock Exams

Intro to WELL v2 & becoming a WELL AP: Are you ready for what’s next?

WELL AP

WELL AP V2 Exam Prep – Study with Jeslin Varghese, WELL Faculty

GBRI WELL AP Version 2 Question Bank and Mock Exams

GBRI WELL AP Version 2 Question Bank and Mock Exams

GBRI’s WELL AP Question Bank and Mock Exams are a collection of 400+ practice questions representing each of the 10 WELL Concepts under version 2.0, and 3 timed simulated WELL AP Mock Exams.

WELL: What’s it all about? + Case Studies

WELL: What’s it all about? + Case Studies

In this course, we learn what the WELL Building standard is, how it’s organized, and how the changes it promotes can improve health.

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A Job WELL (Building Standard) Done!

The WELL Building Standard is different in that it connects the health and well-being of people inside the building. Join us as we review the elements of the WELL Building Standard, exam, and credential.

I am Doing WELL! Are You?

I am Doing WELL! Are You?

Join us as we explore the Building Standard, concepts, features, and certification process. To help you to understand if the WELL AP Credential is right for you.

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10 Things you Should Know about the WELL Building Standard

Instructor Kayla Gerstenberg gives you the critical information during 10 Things You Should Know about the WELL Building Standard.

Rating System

From Blueprint to Greenprint: Fundamentals of Sustainability and Green Buildings

From Blueprint to Greenprint: Fundamentals of Sustainability and Green Buildings

Join us on this captivating educational expedition, where we empower you with knowledge and inspiration to craft a greener, healthier, and more sustainable world—one blueprint at a time.

What You Should Know About LEED v4

What You Should Know About LEED

Explore the fundamentals of LEED, how it is applied to buildings and professionals and how certification really works with this cheat sheet to the ten most important things you should know about LEED.

TRUE Zero Waste Rating System

The TRUE Zero Waste Rating System: Seeing Waste with TRUE Eyes

Join us as we review the origins of the TRUE Zero Waste Rating System, certification requirements and levels, the rating system process, and the relationship to LEED.

Parksmart

Parksmart: Converting the Humble Parking Garage into a Sustainable Structure

Join us as we take a look at how Parksmart changes the way people view the humble parking garage by turning the facility into a place that does more than just house parked cars.

net zero

Exactly How Close Are You to Net Zero? zEPI and the Future of ZNE Building Performance

The funny-sounding acronym stands for Zero Energy Performance Index and was introduced to the world in the 2015 International Green Construction Code (IgCC), a code that seeks to standardize green building around the world. Join us as we explore this topic through this article.

LEED for Starters: A Contractor’s Guide

LEED for Starters: A Contractor’s Guide

The course introduces LEED construction management or what a construction professional needs to know under project phases; pre-design, design, construction documents, construction, commissioning/monitoring and closing.

New to LEED ID+C? Then this is the course for you! Join as we take a look at 10 things you should know about LEED ID+C.

10 Things you should know about LEED ID+C

This course is presented in an ARTICLE format. New to LEED ID+C? Then this is the course for you! Join as we take a look at 10 things you should know about LEED ID+C.

The WEDG Rating System: Are You Ready For It?

Join our “The WEDG Rating System” course to analyze why it is needed, understand how it works and the relationship of WEDG® to other building rating systems.

21 Things You Should Know About LEED v4

In conclusion, we will identify how the new LEED v4 will affect green building professionals and share the future outlook and advice from subject matter experts and industry leaders.

LEED Specific

From Blueprint to Wellness: A Guide to LEED and WELL Crosswalks

From Blueprint to Wellness: A Guide to LEED and WELL Crosswalks

This course equips professionals with the insights and tools necessary for efficiently navigating dual certifications, with a focus on resource-efficient and health-promoting design.

Energy Modeling in Green Building Design: A Holistic Approach

Energy Modeling in Green Building Design: A Holistic Approach

This article course begins by demystifying the fundamentals of energy modeling, setting the stage for its application in green building design.

From LEDs to LEED: A Strategic Guide to Energy-Efficient Lighting

From LEDs to LEED: A Strategic Guide to Energy-Efficient Lighting

This course equips you with a 360-degree understanding of lighting’s role in sustainable architecture, preparing you to effectively incorporate advanced lighting strategies into your LEED v4.1 BD+C, ID+C and O+M projects for enhanced energy efficiency and occupant satisfaction.

Connecting the Dots from Systems Thinking to Sustainability: An Introduction to Integrative Process in LEED

Connecting the Dots from Systems Thinking to Sustainability: An Introduction to Integrative Process in LEED

This concise guide delves into LEED, showcasing how a systematic approach can promote sustainable practices and efficient design.

Top 10 Things to Know About LEED v5 : A Guide for Building Professionals

Top 10 Things to Know About LEED v5: A Guide for Building Professionals

This article delves into the latest version of the LEED rating system, highlighting its focus on climate action, social equity, and more.

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Building Green for a Better World: Uniting LEED and the UN Sustainable Development Goals

This one-hour comprehensive article course serves as an insightful guide for professionals keen on harmonizing their projects with the broader sustainability agenda.

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Blueprint for Equitable Sustainability: Exploring LEED’s Social Equity Pilot Credits under V4.1

Dive into their intent, requirements, and impact on the triple bottom line, using the Mundo Verde Bilingual Public Charter School as an illustrative example of the principles these credits embody.

LEED Zero-GBRI-Course-Part-1

LEED Zero: Taking LEED Certified Buildings to the Next Level

The course caps off with an illuminating case study on Colgate-Palmolive, the world’s first facility to attain LEED Zero certification in all four categories.

LEED Zero-GBRI-Course-Part-2

LEED Zero: Lessons Learned from 5 Case Studies + Roadmap for Achieving LEED Zero Certification

Explore the transformative power of LEED Zero certification through diverse case studies, learn about India’s global leadership in this field, and discover a comprehensive step-by-step guide for achieving LEED Zero in your projects.

Contractor's Corner Mastering LEED BD+C Waste Management under v4.13

Contractor’s Corner: Mastering LEED BD+C Waste Management under v4.1

In this comprehensive course, we delve into the intricacies of waste management strategies within the context of LEED BD+C v4.1.

Life-Cycle Impact Reduction Through the Eyes of LEED BD+C v4.1 2

Life-Cycle Impact Reduction: Through the Eyes of LEED BD+C v4.1

Join us as we delve into the world of sustainable building practices in the course “Life-Cycle Impact Reduction: Through the Eyes of LEED

Designing Spaces for Sustainable Recycling Maximizing Recycling Potential under LEED BD+C v4.1 2

Designing Spaces for Sustainable Recycling: Maximizing Recycling Potential under LEED BD+C v4.1

Join us in the course “Designing Spaces for Sustainable Recycling: Maximizing Recycling Potential under LEED BD+C v4.1” as we delve into the principles and practices of designing spaces that facilitate sustainable recycling.

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Casestudies

A Well-Being Oasis in the Heart of London: A Case Study of One Heddon Street

A Well-Being Oasis in the Heart of London: A Case Study of One Heddon Street

Join us in this invigorating exploration and be inspired by the ways in which One Heddon Street transcends conventional workspaces to become a thriving ecosystem that nurtures well-being.

Mahindra World City in Chennai, India: A Green Building Case Study Lesson pageSettings

Mahindra World City in Chennai, India: A Green Building Case Study

Winner of numerous sustainability awards, Mahindra World City in Chennai, is India’s first and one of the largest integrated business city with an operational Special Economic Zone. Join us as we explore this self-supporting urban eco-system “Mahindra World City” certified under the Indian Green Building Council’s (IGBC) Green Townships rating system.

Mit.Nano Massachusetts Institute Of Technology -An AIA COTE TOP 10 Case Study

Mit.Nano Massachusetts Institute Of Technology -An AIA COTE TOP 10 Case Study

Learn about MIT’s one of the largest commitments to research and sustainability through MIT.nano – a 2021 AIA COTE Top Ten Award recipient!

CIVITAS – An AIA Top 10 Case Study

CIVITAS – An AIA Top 10 Case Study

Check out this extensive case study to learn more about how Civitas successfully makes high-design and high-performance houses a reality.

Lafayette College Rockwell Integrated Sciences Center

Lafayette College Rockwell Integrated Sciences Center – An AIA Top 10 Case Study

Arizona State University Hayden Library

Arizona State University Hayden Library Reinvention – An AIA Top 10 Case Study

Check out this extensive case study to determine how the Hayden Library reinvention project made it to the top ten in 2021!

University Of Washington, Life Sciences Building

University Of Washington, Life Sciences Building-An AIA Top 10 Case Study

Learn about this LEED Gold certified 2021 AIA COTE Top Ten Award-winning project in this extensive case study. Read now to know more! We hope this case study will help you to learn the impact of sustainable development on UW’s Life Sciences Building.

Ryerson University

Ryerson University Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex-An AIA Top 10 Case Study

This course discuss the various sustainable measures and standards used to review the green building project, let’s credit everyone involved.

Rainier Beach Clinic An AIA Top 10 Case Study

Rainier Beach Clinic -An AIA Top 10 Case Study

The Rainier Beach Clinic leverages biophilic design strategies, distraction therapy for pain management, evidence-based practice for innovation, and biomorphic design strategies to boost patient health, wellness and lower morbidity and mortality rates.

Check out this extensive case study to learn more about the project!

Georgia Tech Engineered Biosystem Building (EBB) – A Case Study

Join us as we explore EBB using AIA’s COTE measures of sustainable design.

North Transfer Station – A Case Study

Designed by Mahlum Architects and built by Lydig Construction, this project clearly demonstrates the immediate positive impact of good design.

Join our audio-visual tour as we explore this sustainability project.

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