Aug 11, 2017 | Atlanta, GA
When students return to the Georgia Tech campus this fall, they’ll find opportunities to participate in six pilot projects intended to improve the design, construction, operation and evaluation of sustainable buildings.
Each of the projects is tied to the Living Building at Georgia Tech (and is funded in part through the Kendeda Fund gift that’s paying for the building). But the real focus of the pilots is longterm: to leverage both the Living Building at Tech and the university’s academic firepower by developing tools and processes that can improve buildings.
See More at: http://livingbuilding.kendedafund.org/2017/07/26/6-pilot-projects-involve-students-in-living-building/
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Georgia Institute of Technology