The National Institute of Building Sciences is a proud partner with the U.S. Green Building Council for this year’s USGBC Live.
USGBC Live is a leading series for the future of buildings, cities, and communities. It starts Thursday, May 12, at the Saint Paul RiverCentre in St. Paul, Minnesota.
The Twin Cities Forum is available for 6.5 in-person… more
The National Institute of Building Sciences for decades has recognized outstanding members of the built environment.
NIBS opened several new awards categories to winners, who were announced during Building Innovation 2021.
Among the inaugural awards: the Exceptional Woman in Building Award, which was given to Nancy Novak, Chief Innovation… more
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act will improve the way Americans travel, as well as how goods and materials are transported. With the current economic state occurring from a multitude of issues, improving our transportation infrastructure is more important than ever.
IIJA has earmarked $25 billion for airports, $66 billion for railways,… more
We’re down to the wire with the applications deadline for the Betty and Mort Marshall Memorial Scholarship.
The scholarship promotes diversity in the building sciences and benefits students pursuing a career in architecture and engineering at a historically Black college or university (HBCU). It was established because of a generous endowment… more
For nearly three decades, the National Institute of Building Sciences has recognized outstanding members of the built environment for their service and commitment to the nation.
Last year, NIBS opened several new awards categories to winners who were announced during Building Innovation 2021.
Among the inaugural awards: the Innovator Award,… more