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May 20, 2024

In the News: Bisnow Article ‘New California Building Code Rule is Likely First of Many Addressing Embodied Carbon’

 

After speaking at Bisnow’s SOCAL Industrial Conference, Anthony was invited to share his insights on California’s new building code aimed at reducing embodied carbon. This amendment, effective July 1, marks a significant step towards net-zero goals.

As Anthony says, “My guess is California did this because they want to get us starting to look at carbon and being accountable, ultimately, for the embodied carbon that our buildings are producing,” Lowney Architecture Chief Operating Officer Anthony Cataldo said. “When the building code is updated a year and a half down the road, they’ll start to turn up the heat.”

Read more about this pivotal change and its impact on construction and development in the full article on Bisnow.

Bisnow: New CA Building Code Rule is Likely First of Many Addressing Embodied Carbon

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