Building 2050 Today is a blog that focuses on the use of the EnvisionTM Rating System. It aims to be a resource for infrastructure owners and designers and for the general public.

The opinions expressed in this blog are solely that of the author and do not reflect those of ISI. We retain the right to remove comments that are deemed offensive or threatening, are a sales pitch, or are spam.

Recent Posts

Nov 12 2013

Downloadable Slides for University Faculty

Today's guest blogger, Franklin E. Sherkow, P.E., ENV SP, F.ASCE is a member of the ISI Academic Committee. 

Frank and others on the ISI Academic Committee have put together slide shows on sustainability and Envision that can be used in university and college engineering classrooms. They have made these available for you to use at no cost.


0 comments - Posted by J.R. at 3:54 PM - Categories: academic | college | infrastructure | instructor | student | sustainability | university

Nov 8 2013

A Student's View on Envision and Credentialing

Today's guest blogger is Andrew (Drew) Traxler, the ISI Research Intern.  He is a senior in Civil Engineering at Iowa State University and is a Sigma Chi Fraternity member, and has been involved in ASCE and the mountaineering and climbing club. He is one of the first students to earn an Envision professional credential.


0 comments - Posted by J.R. at 11:20 AM - Categories: credential | infrastructure | student | sustainability

Feb 15 2013

Case Study - Port Design

Evan Sheesley, PE, ENV SP from BergerABAM describes how the project team used Envision as a project self-assessment tool to benchmark the Port of Everett's planning and design processes.


1 comments - Posted by J.R. at 1:27 PM - Categories: ports | infrastructure

Previous Posts

Jan 9

Case Study: Award-Winning LID Design

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Jun 6

Case Study: Rails-to-Trails

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May 29

Case Study - Green Schools Bioretention Project

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May 16

Case Study - Little's Creek Drainage Improvement Project

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