NIBS is participating in Net Zero Buildings Week with the New Buildings Institute (NBI) and many building industry organizations.
Today, buildings account for nearly 40 percent of carbon emissions in the U.S.
The #NetZeroNow campaign takes place June 13-17 and aims to showcase and promote the benefits of net zero buildings for a clean energy… more
Since 2011, the National Institute of Building Sciences has recognized a single built environment leader – the highest honor we have in our awards collection – during the Building Innovation Conference.
The Mortimer M. Marshall Lifetime Achievement Award goes to someone who has demonstrated a lifetime of dedication to the mission and goals of… more
The National Institute of Building Sciences seeks qualified scientific and technical professionals from the public, private and academic sectors to serve on independent scientific panels. These Scientific Resolution Panels (SRPs) convene for the purpose of reviewing and resolving conflicting scientific and technical data, submitted by a community… more
There are only a couple more weeks left to get your nominations in to recognize leaders in the built environment.
NIBS opened the awards nominations process last month, and the deadline is May 31.
Your assignment: Send us your nominations for the following awards: NIBS Distinguished Service, Exceptional Woman in Building, Future Leaders, NIBS… more
In celebration of May’s Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, we spoke with NIBS Board Member Evelyn Fujimoto, Associate AIA, RID, LEED AP, and Principal with STG Design. Here’s what Fujimoto shared with us.
How did you get started in the built environment?
I started my career with multiple internships with an architecture and… more