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Want to talk trash with The Center Co-Directors Pliny Fisk (Pliny the Grouch) and Gail Vittori, along with Professor Dumpster of the Dumpster Project, UC Berkeley's Liz Ogbu and... Read More
The 2007 Texas A&M Solar Decathlon, a "Home for Life," employs a modular design and various energy technologies to regulate building temperature. The building allows for thermal zoning... Read More
Co-Director Gail Vittori co-wrote an article titled "What's it worth?: Researching the cost benefits of LEED certification" featured in the April 2014 issue of Health Facilities... Read More
College of Architecture Recognizes Fisk for Cutting-Edge Contributions and Service AUSTIN, Texas (April 9, 2014) – The Texas A&M University Board of Regents has accorded Pliny Fisk III, Co... Read More
Join the oldest continuously operating nonprofit focused on sustainable planning and design in the United States in sharing the serious commotion it creates. We are currently seeking a part-time (8-... Read More
Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems is immensely grateful for our Green Circle Sponsors who generously support our work. In appreciation, we offer Green Circle Sponsors special access to... Read More
Co-Director Pliny Fisk is featured in an article titled "Rethinking the Legacy of the Sixties: Pliny Fisk's Political Ecology" in the Journal of Architectural Education, 68:1. Article... Read More
Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems is pleased to announce that H-E-B, in recognition of Earth Day, has selected EarthShare of Texas to be the April beneficiary for its in-store coupon... Read More
The 2007 A&M Solar Decathlon energy system provides a platform designed for change and designed "for Life." The building includes plug and play options, advanced technologies, and... Read More
Want to support The Center and offset your carbon footprint? You can do both through the Reliant EcoShareSM program! The program dedicates funds to EarthShare of Texas and... Read More

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