National Institute of Building Sciences

The National Institute of Building Sciences is a non-profit, non-governmental organization that successfully brings together representatives of government, the professions, industry, labor and consumer interests, and regulatory agencies to focus on the identification and resolution of problems and potential problems that hamper the construction of safe, affordable structures for housing, commerce and industry throughout the United States. Authorized by the U.S. Congress, the Institute provides an authoritative source and a unique opportunity for free and candid discussion among private and public sectors within the built environment. The Institute's mission to serve the public interest is accomplished by supporting advances in building sciences and technologies for the purpose of improving the performance of our nation's buildings while reducing waste and conserving energy and resources. For more information visit www.nibs.org.

Research Submitted

Title Author Datesort ascending
Owner Organization for Successful Outcomes D. Kirk Hamilton, FAIA, FACHA, Professor of Architecture (Texas A&M University) Jan 11, 2016
Defining The Next Generation’s Focus Mardelle Shepley, FAIA (Cornell University) Jan 11, 2016
Reducing Capital Costs Dennis Bausman, PhD (Clemson University) Jan 11, 2016
Clinic Design Post-Occupancy Evaluation Toolkit Center for Healthcare Design Nov 01, 2015
Glare Study of Highly Reflective Cool Roofing Membrane Joe Fong, RA, NCARB, LEED AP (BD+C) Walter P. Moore Jul 01, 2015
Building a Better BRIK: Building Research Information Knowledgebase Vastly Expands Its Research Offerings Stephanie Stubbs, Assoc. AIA, PMP (National Institute of Building Sciences) Jun 01, 2015
Cool Skins: Materials and Assemblies for Ventilated Building Envelopes in Warm Climates Michael D. Gibson, Assoc. AIA, LEED A.P., Dept. of Architecture, Kansas State May 13, 2015
Integrated Systems of Buildings' Upgrade and New Constructions Mark Bomberg, adjunct professor, McMaster University, Canada and Southeast University, China, Michael Gibson, assistant professor, Department of Architecture, Kansas State University , Xing Shi, associate professor, Department of Architecture, Southeast University, China May 13, 2015
Doing It Right the Second Time – Designing Minimally Invasive, Cost-Effective Solutions for Window Repair vs. Replacement David W. Boyer, Building Envelope Analysis, LLC, Lawrence, Kansas, PROSOCO, Inc., Lawrence, Kans, Ron Tatley, Building Envelope Analysis, LLC, Santa Rosa Beach, Florida, USA , Stacey Grund, Building Envelope Analysis, LLC, Seattle, Washington, USA Tatley-Grund, Inc., Seattle, Matthew Travis, Building Envelope Analysis, LLC, Lawrence, Kansas, PROSOCO, Inc. Lawrence, Kansa Apr 13, 2015
NFPA 285 in the Field: An Update of Local Adoption Keith Nelson, AIA, Intertek-ATI Apr 13, 2015

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