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What is the Building Energy Code?


This is not a term we come across often. But it is prevalent in the US and is very much applicable here. So what exactly is the Building Energy Code?

Building Energy Codes set specific limits for energy consumption of buildings at the time of construction or major renovation. The best part about these codes is that they help you make long-term, sustainable and energy efficient choices, which help you in the long run. These codes, if followed in the prescribed manner help a great deal in saving energy and curbing pollution. Simple solutions such as the use of efficient windows or thicker insulation can make a significant difference in your energy bills.

While the code was being constructed, it wasn’t really that effective. The reason behind this was that various proposals came up which diluted the purpose and power of this code. However, getting past all this, the code is strong as ever and is now showing its results too. In fact, in the 2018 version, proposals came up that managed to strengthen the code, its applicability and effectiveness. The application of this code will keep track of how both homes and commercial buildings save much money and energy.

For homes and residential complexes to match the code and its needs, they have to reach at least the minimum efficiency standards stated by the energy code. Only then will they get the tag of “energy efficient”.


There are a variety of aspects considered by the energy code, right from utilising renewable resources on-site daylighting controls, and buildings and constructions have to fulfil these criteria to vie for the “energy efficient” tag. Every year, there are new proposals which add-on as criteria for the energy code of that year.

Energy Codes are paving the way towards curbing pollution by practical use of energy. Setting standards is a way of ensuring that people know the guidelines they have to follow towards creating energy efficient homes.

Green Elements in Construction


Well, we all know and understand the gravity of the “Urban Jungle” concept. We’re intruding into greener spaces with our human-made constructions, not bothering about the consequences. This is precisely why shifting towards a greener, and eco-friendly materials are becoming more and more important by the day. And this is indeed a positive move – what’s better than constructing in a sustainable manner that will help both us and the earth to co-exist in harmony?

Many developments are happening in eco-friendly constructions and architects, engineers and builders are making sure that these are incorporated into their new structures. And the response received is quite good, which is really encouraging. So let’s have a look at some green elements which can be incorporated in the constructions:

Green roofs are probably the most accepted green element. A green roof is nothing but a roof with a green cover. The roof is covered with soil, and whatever plants you desire are then planted there. Of course, the extent of your green roof depends on your budget and available space. Make sure you get a qualified contractor who can install your green roof keeping in mind the other requirements of proper water drainage in mind. The Green roofs have a lot of benefits – regulate the temperature and air in homes, and also, you need not visit the market to pick up your herbs!

Rainwater harvesting is an older method of conserving water, but yet, people haven’t warmed up to the idea of incoprporating rainwater harvesting in their homes – which is why it deserves a special mention here. There are many new technologies which help you harvest rainwater in a better and efficient manner. And adopting Rainwater harvesting has immense benefits, so it’s perfectly logical to have this system incorporated in homes.


The best companion to your Green roof is none other than solar panels. While solar panels are a bit bulky and spoil the look, you can easily opt for solar shingles, which are in vogue lately and have come into the picture to overcome the barriers of solar panels. Solar shingles are a bit expensive, but hey, the benefits that they provide are a lot more. And you will realise this when you find the electricity bills in your home dwindling!

There are ways and means to include unique green elements in homes, and thinking out of the box will definitely help. Though the costs of green homes are a bit higher, this initial investment will soon reap its benefits in the form of low power bills and other natural facilities that green homes provide.

Digital Construction


The newest, emerging trend in the construction sector has indeed made a mark. Featuring in the top innovations of 2018, Digital construction is a whole new appeal towards the traditional industry of construction. The construction remains the same, but the approach towards it is entirely different – unique and futuristic.

So what exactly is Digital Construction? It is the use of all kinds of digital tools which will give a better edge to the built environment.

Digital Construction need not be something elaborate. Something as simple as the WhatsApp Messenger also forms part of the Digital Construction modes. How does WhatsApp help here? Well, imagine the amount of time you will save when the task for which you would have to conduct a visit, is completed over WhatsApp, Skype or any such app? But the modes in Digital Construction don’t restrict themselves here – we have drones coming in, the use of 3D Printing and all the latest digital technology that is effortlessly being incorporated into the otherwise rigid construction sector.


The use of these modern technologies in construction is making construction sites more safer, efficient and remotely accessible. Architects, engineers and builders now use Virtual Reality, to bring life to their designs much before the actual work has even begun. And this helps a lot – in visualising and analysing any scope for improvement. Many apps are coming up, which seamlessly convert 2D designs into 3D designs right at the construction site. Imagine the complexity of these designs, which can be so efficiently processed by these apps to give a better result and view. This ensures error free and faster implementation of these plans.

Another exciting feature is the Smart Helmet. It was innovated to increase security as well as the efficiency of workers on construction sites. These helmets provide the workers with intricate details and best display of the plan.

Digital Construction is not looking to revolutionise the traditional process entirely. But yes, all it aims to do is introduce and incorporate changes which can make the sector more productive and efficient, and much more innovative. There are many pros and cons of Digital Construction, but time will help overcome these too. Though the introduction and acceptance of Digital technologies in construction all over will take quite some time, this shift towards modernity is definitely going to help the construction sector at large. And it’s heartening to see the construction sector slowly warming up to this new change!

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