Nashville Soon to Get The First Shipping Container Retail Center

Nashville Soon to Get The First Shipping Container Retail Center

jetsongreen.com 28 Nov '14, 4pm

Cambridge Holdings Inc. in collaboration with One City recently announced that they would soon begin the construction of a mixed-use building, which will be built out of recycled shipping containers. This will be the first cargotecture building in Nashville, and the actual construction will be done by the Carter Group. The structure will be called C1TYblox, and it will be constructed out of 21 repurposed 40-foot shipping containers. These will be provided by the New York-based SG Blocks, which will also pre-fabricate them for assembly on the building site. The main function of the structure will be providing a small retail district with a ...

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edcmag.com 29 Nov '14, 2am

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Report shows using CLT in a 10-story building could save 4% on building costs

buildinggreen.com 28 Nov '14, 9pm

Other factors contributing to savings included the ability to use a less skilled workforce, while the analysts considered the potential need ...

We Need A Definition of Nearly Zero Energy Buildings

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How to build a #passivhaus - Rules of thumb #book chapters and authors

passivhaustrust.org.uk 28 Nov '14, 9am

The Trust is currently in the midst of working on a new guidance document highlighting the key aspects of how to successfully build a Passivh...

The many ways to give thanks for a #LEED-certified space

usgbc.org 27 Nov '14, 5pm
The many ways to give thanks for a #LEED-certified space

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The Economic Plus of Energy Conservation

greenbuildingadvisor.com 28 Nov '14, 10am
The Economic Plus of Energy Conservation

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