The transformation of a house into a home can take years to complete.
The Baptist Church of Memphis will have a new location in Camillus, New York. The 20,000-square-foot building had new walls, a roof and windows as of October 24, 2012, according to The Post-Standard.
The Chattanooga Billiard Club will soon have a cigar shop addition in Tennessee.
A company that has rolled out numerous prefabricated homes to meet the growing demand for energy efficient residences in North America has beefed up its offerings, adding new technology and improving on past models.
More and more professional sports organizations in North America are making significant adjustments to their respective stadiums and facilities, as the cost benefits of energy efficient installations are beginning to motivate these teams to green their operations.
Though many companies look to make quite a splash when opening their corporate headquarters, one Canadian firm sought to stick to its business model when constructing the new home to its main offices.
The use of energy efficient products and technology is not just something that is reserved for small homes and residential structures, as larger buildings and major complexes can also benefit from the use of green and sustainable design.
A company that is based in Falmouth, Maine is trying to set an example in the state by installing electric car-charging stations on the highways in the northern part of New England.
Many winter lodges and residences rely on the use of radiant heating systems to provide maximum comfort to both homeowners and potential guests, and the further north one goes, the more they might see of this practice.
Two major academic institutions in British Columbia, Canada, have been recognized for their sustainable design and construction.