Tracking performance is necessary to keep up with our progress and achievement of our goals. Most of us track multiple health indicators on a daily basis to track our advance towards our fitness goals. We constantly track our financial investments and our progress towards our financial targets. Arc is a state-of-the-art digital platform that helps teams track buildings’ environmental performance, enables them to set goals and gain data on their progress toward achieving those goals.
LEED v4 changes the paradigm for how decisions are made about materials for the buildings in which we spend so much of our time, by giving new information to decision makers.
To help you navigate the credits and how they impact the market, GBCI India will be sharing a series of articles devoted exclusively to LEED v4 materials. The aim of this series is for market leaders and sector experts to share their knowledge and experiences with the community.
GBCI is offering a two-day intensive workshop focused on the technical updates of the LEED v4 rating system. You can sign up to attend the workshop in either Mumbai or Bengalaru, India.
Mumbai: July 7–8, 2017
Bengaluru: July 14–15, 2017
A unique digital platform, Arc helps projects monitor and measure performance on a real-time basis. This enables them to improve results and benchmark against other projects.
Do you have a goal of achieving LEED certification on two or more buildings located on a single site or within a typical campus setting? LEED offers a unique certification path for projects that are on a shared site under the control of a single entity.
At a time when India’s capital city, New Delhi, is battling dangerous levels of air pollution, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation has taken a significant step towards its commitment to sustainability.
Do you consistently deploy green building efficiency measures across your building portfolio? Do you have LEED v4 project experience? Are you part of a company looking to certify multiple projects of the same usage type? LEED volume certification can be a pathway to meet your goals.
GBCI India and the Glass Academy Foundation, a non-profit organization supported by Saint-Gobain Glass India, recently entered into a partnership. Together, we will advance knowledge on green buildings, with a particular emphasis on sustainable envelope design to create healthier indoor spaces for occupants in buildings across India.
When the leaders of global organizations committed to sustainability engage in candid conversation, interesting ideas emerge.
The Ashok hotel in New Delhi, a flagship property of ITDC, holds immense significance in the history of Indian independence. This iconic hotel, among the first and oldest luxury properties in the country, was built to host world dignitaries and high-profile conferences and events. Now, having achieved LEED Gold certification, The Ashok has stepped up to commit even further to environmental sustainability.