Appraisers, who have the job of valuing green/ sustainable real estate, a relatively new and complex area of analysis, look to organizations like The Green Building Certification Institute, Green Building Research Institute and, the Appraisal Institute for that education.
What does BRI stand for?
BRI stands for Building Research Institute (Japan)
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We have 133 other meanings of BRI in our Acronym Attic
- Boyne Research Institute
- Bradford Royal Infirmary (UK)
- Brain Response Interface
- Brand Rating Index
- Brewers' Retail Inc. (Canada)
- Bridge Router Interface
- Brigade de Recherche et d'Intervention (French police)
- Brigade de Recherche Immobilière (French: Real Estate Research Brigade)
- Bristol Royal Infirmary (UK)
- Building-Related Illness
- Bulletin Rapide d'Information (French: Quick Information Bulletin)
- Burst Repetition Interval
- Burzynski Research Institute
- Bus-Rail Interchange (Hong Kong)
- Business Receipts Index (Singapore)
- Business Recovery and Insolvency (various locations)
- Department of Brain Robot Interface (Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International; Japan)
- Baffin Regional Inuit Association (Canada)
- Behavioral Research in Accounting (journal)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Four organisations- the National Institute for Land and Infrastructure Management (NILIM), the Building Research Institute, the University of Tokyo and the Disaster Prevention Research Institute at Kyoto University - have developed the tornado simulator, reports New Scientist.
It's reasonable to expect that, as we build the research effort, that is going to create other opportunities as they spin off from research, certainly recruiting researchers and building research institutes and potential other spinoffs, commercial applications and other economic development opportunities that might follow.
The Danish Building Research Institute and Danish Working Environment Council have begun a project to assess the health consequences of organic building materials.
One of the key independent bodies to be involved will be the Building Research Institute.
The nine, including those from the Building Research Institute of the Construction Ministry, are also expected to advise victims living in makeshift houses by imparting their experience from the Great Hanshin Earthquake that hit western Japan in 1995.