Posts Tagged ‘LEED Gold’

Green Building Public and Education ‘LEED-ers’ in Dallas-Fort Worth

Posted by Julia Bunch

Sustainable construction practices have gone far beyond office and residential buildings, and have become common in industrial, manufacturing and other types of non-office construction in North Texas. Cities and educational institutions, too, have embraced sustainability, producing an array of unique

Innovative Spaces: GoodWork Opens Doors With Focus on Wellness, Sustainability

Posted by Heather Noel

After almost two years of renovation, an abandoned warehouse near the Dallas Farmers Market has been given new life as an eco-friendly mixed-used development.

The 60,000-square-foot property at 1808 S. Good Latimer Expressway includes coworking, residential lofts, a coffee shop, …

2 Hospitals Honored for Environmental Friendliness

Posted by Lance Murray

Children’s Health and Parkland Memorial Hospital have something to crow about, as both Dallas hospitals were included in Becker’s Hospital Review’s list of the nation’s 50 most-environmentally friendly hospitals.

The annual list honors the nation’s greenest hospitals, D Healthcare Daily