Cutting Costs Using Green Construction

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March 14 (Bloomberg) -- “Planet Forward” Host Frank Sesno looks at green building tech on Bloomberg Television's “Bloomberg West.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Dentist, you are not alone.

Here is an idea that might help you set a little easier.

This dental office saves up to 70% on power aims to a first of its kind commercial design, part of a growing wave of green construction.

Structure's design build is the cofounder adam's dream project.

He uploaded his idea.

It changes the game in terms of energy efficiency.

It is now cost that death for a commercial building to be built.

Natural ventilation and an airtight fabric seal keep the air fresh.

He uses technology like this thermal image camera to seek in seal leaks with precision.

We are making the league's 20 time standard -- tighter than center construction.

What you see here is permeable concrete.

A goes down into the pit that is underneath this parking lot.

It cools incoming air through passive coils.

All of this is an established design center that has been around since the 1990's for residential construction.

The market is there now.

Green construction is an industry worth over $100 billion worldwide and expected to more than double by 2020. you can build according to the efficiency standard at market rates.

To promote efficient design and maybe move the planet forward.

Up next, sebastian gone, the same guy who invented google

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