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A focus on sustainability, energy-efficiency & eco-friendly building design & construction
Eco-construction, also referred to as sustainable construction or green building, proposes various possibilities of reducing the environmental impact of buildings. Green building is not a specific construction method, but it brings together a set of techniques, materials and technologies which when suitably integrated in a construction project, contribute to enhancing its environmental performance. In an ideal world, eco-construction optimizes energy efficiency, limits water consumption, makes maximum use of recycled, recyclable and non-toxic materials. It also generates as little waste as possible during the construction process and subsequent occupation.
In a green building, the structural creation processes respect the environment and makes efficient use of resources. A green building is a clean, sustainable building, designed with natural materials, uses little energy and renewable ones at that, is easy to maintain and available at a reasonable cost.
An eco-friendly development is designed to reduce the overall impact of the built-up environment on human health and the natural environment, through:
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CDBG / NASDA Wi-FI Connection Pulblic Notice
BWIC has released a public notice for bid on the Canal Village - CDBG & NASDA Community Wi-Fi Connection. We are committed to providing a fair and equal opportunity for all that are interested. The purpose of this project is develop a broadband internet solution for the Northwest Area Community and in turn address public safety concerns with network enabled cameras for law enforcement and community access.