Envelope providers enter the energy modelling game

Analysts from both Efficient Building Systems and Sustainable Building Materials recently had the chance to speak with leaders at Guardian and Oldcastle Building Envelope in Philadelphia. As we pointed out in a recent analyst insight (see the November 25, 2013 LRBMJ), both of these companies are ...

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