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What if Construction in Commercial buildings could better assist with lower carbon emissions pledge?

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carbon emission in Construction

As commercial contractors committed to leave the world a bit greener to our children, we are always wondering how construction, material and the overall construction process could be improved to better assist lower carbon emissions. Read this article which highlights some of the challenges related to this major question. Being eco-conscious in Construction is not […]

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Investor’s opportunity: Buildings account for 39% of global greenhouse emissions

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Building greenhouse emissions

KEY POINTS Investing in sustainable buildings could offer a real solution to reducing emissions, ESG investment firm Taronga Ventures said. Green solutions can be found across the value chain, from design to construction and operations, Avi Naidu told CNBC. Buildings currently represent 39% of global greenhouse emissions, according to U.N. data. Sustainable buildings present a […]

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Homesteady recognized as Best Commercial Contractor!!

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Nice recognition from General Contractor Magazine who named us one of the 4 best commercial contractors in Thousand Oaks, CA! Woot-woot!! Here’s what General Contractor Magazine wrote about us: Homesteady 1336 N Moorpark Road, #180, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360 Homesteady specializes in general contracting for commercial spaces. The Southern California company works in retail, office, […]

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This is the first house to be 3D printed from raw earth

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We are strong believers in sustainability and technology. This Construction project is a perfect example where great mindsets delivered an amazing product. Article read on : It’s Nice That. Multiple printers constructed the building in 200 hours using local soil, meaning it’s zero-waste and needed no materials to be transported to the site. Mario Cucinella […]

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Temperatures reached by the roof structure of Notre-Dame de Paris in the fire of April 15th 2019

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Notre Dame de Paris fire

OK, today we are inspired to share a story where science and fundamental research meets construction. Very old construction. When the 13th century Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral burnt in 2019, the roof structure (made of oak frame) was almost completely destroyed. Journalists claimed soaring temperatures of 2000C / 3600F were reached during the fire. This […]