A troubling report has been injected into the “feel good” aura of LEED construction. Matthew Hallowell, a professor at the University of Colorado Boulder, has confirmed via research and study that LEED projects carry an increased risk of worker injury. The study was reported last week in ENR Mountain States, and comes with detailed reports on the nature of the increased risks. Even a representative of the USGBC admits that the study is troubling.[Read More]
14 Feb · Tue 2012
LEED Construction = Increased Worker Safety Concerns
Posted by Stan Martin @ February 14, 2012 02:06 PM EST
14 Feb 2012 | Permalink | Tags: colorado_construction_safety_laboratory matthew_hallowell stan_martin worker_safety leed construction
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