This week we’re joined by Mark Perepelitza, director of sustainability at SERA Architects. Perepelitza chats with us about the meaning of sustainability, the company’s sustainability action plan, and its colorful Project Compass. For those of you who prefer to read rather than to listen, check out an edited transcript below the audio player. For the […]
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