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[singlepic=103,320,240,,] CMPBS is proud to announce its participation in Generous Art. "Generous Art envisions art purchases as community-oriented transactions — rejecting the idea that art... Read More
Thank you to all of you who joined us for Bill Roley's lecture, "Regenerative Design Strategies for Urban Living" on Friday, May 27. We hope you enjoyed learning about Permaculture and the work of... Read More
The new W Austin Hotel and Residences was honored by Envision Central Texas as one of seven recipients of the Community Stewardship Award. CMPBS serves as the LEED and Sustainability consultant for... Read More
We are proud to deliver even more praise for our recent publication "Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems: 35 Years of Serious Commotion." Bill Walsh, Executive Director of the Healthy... Read More
[singlepic=102,320,240,,] Want to help The Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems and offset your carbon footprint at the same time? Reliant Energy and EarthShare of Texas have launched The... Read More
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A very warm thank you to Sim Van der Ryn, President of EcoDesign Collaborative, for his kind words about CMPBS and our commemorative book: "CMPBS: 35 Years  of Serious Commotion" "This book and the... Read More
Join us for our monthly open house this Friday, April 1 at 6:30 PM. Both of our Co-Directors, Pliny Fisk and Gail Vittori will lead guests on a tour and discuss current CMPBS projects. If you can't... Read More
CMPBS Co-Director Gail Vittori will participate in a panel discussion for the 2011 Go Green Conference here in Austin, Texas on April 6, 2011. See "Conference - Go Green Austin Conference - Austin,... Read More
CMPBS: 35 Years of Serious Commotion is generating even more praise! "This delightful book reviews 35 years of pioneering vision, research, and demonstration by the Center for Maximum Potential... Read More

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