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BCT Students Revitalize Springfield (Apr 29th, 2015)

As part of a day of volunteering with Revitalize CDC in the Old Hill neighborhood of Springfield, MA, BCT students helped make homes more energy efficient.In the words of Zachary Kushner, co-president of the NAHB student group at UMass Amherst: “It’s always nice to do community service projects … but its also good for team bonding and we […]

(Integrated) Design Building Sustainable Design Strategies (Apr 29th, 2015)

(I)DB Sustainability Features

Ar a recent meeting, atelier ten, sustainability consultants on the (I)DB project, showed this beautiful depiction of all the sustainability features in our new building. Click on the image to view the full version. Also, as you can see above, the word “Integrated” has been dropped from its name to comply with university policies. Therefore, most […]

Team UMass @ ARCC 2015 (Apr 15th, 2015)

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A picture of the happy UMass team at the ARCC 2015 conference on the “Future of Architectural Research” in Chicago, which took place last week. Left to right: Caryn Brause (Architecture Faculty), Carl Fiocchi (BCT PhD student), Troy Peters (BCT/Arch PhD student), Ajla Aksamiya (Adjunct BCT Faculty), Ray Mann (Architecture Faculty), Simi Hoque (BCT Faculty), Somayeh Tabatabaee (BCT PhD […]

BCT/BMATWT Alumni Reception in June with Architecture and LARP: “The Integrated Design Building” (Mar 25th, 2015)

Join fellow alumni and friends of the Building and Construction Technology program (formerly Building Materials and Wood Technology – BMATWT) and our friends in Architecture and Landscape Architecture & Regional Planning (LARP) on Saturday, June 6 at 2 pm during Alumni Weekend to hear about plans for our new building and current developments in our program. Light refreshments […]

UMass Extension Inaugurates New Program in Energy (Mar 12th, 2015)

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The UMass Center for Agriculture, Food and the Environment (CAFE) recently showcased BCT faculty member Ben Weil’s efforts with the Massachusetts Energy Extension Initiative (MAEEI), a program funded by a grant from the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources. You can read more about it here: http://ag.umass.edu/news-events/highlights/umass-extension-inaugurates-new-program-in-energy