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WoodWorks Partners With ULI Greenprint to Help Developers Reduce the Carbon Footprint of Their Buildings

By Woodworks
Cision Newswire
February 13, 2019
Category: Wood, Paper & Green Building
Region: United States

Jennifer Cover

WASHINGTON — A partnership announced today between the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Greenprint Center for Building Performance (Greenprint) and WoodWorks – Wood Products Council will support developers exploring the use of wood structure as a means to cost-effectively improve the carbon footprint of their buildings. A non-profit organization staffed with expert architects and structural engineers, WoodWorks provides free project support and resources related to the design, engineering and construction of commercial and multi-family wood buildings across the U.S. ULI is a global real estate organization whose work is driven by 40,000-plus members dedicated to responsible land use and the creation of thriving, sustainable communities. “Wood’s benefits from a carbon perspective are closely aligned with ULI’s support of Architecture 2030, the mission of which is to transform the built environment from a major contributor to the climate crisis to one of its solutions,” said Jennifer Cover, WoodWorks’ President and CEO. 

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