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Every year at the BuildingEnergy Boston Conference + Trade Show, there are several presentations related to computer simulation.
BuildingEnergy Boston has the reputation of being a residentially focused conference.
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I don’t sit in a hotel room in Boston for two days in the middle of winter, just to have someone tell me how everything worked out just as they planned.
When Superstorm Sandy swept through New York three years ago, the city’s multifamily building stock was not prepared for the damage it would bring with it.
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With net zero and low energy design moving rapidly from the fringes to the mainstream of residential and commercial architectural and building practices.