Conducted by Robin Guenther, FAIA LEED AP, Breeze Glazer, LEED AP from Perkins+Will and Gail Vittori, LEED Fellow, from the Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems, the study is the first to focus solely on the capital cost premium for hospitals to achieve LEED certification.
What does CMPBS stand for?
CMPBS stands for Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems (Austin, TX)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
We have 1 other meaning of CMPBS in our Acronym Attic
- California Marine Protected Areas Network (marine information exchange)
- Client Managed Personal Attendant Services
- Consumer Managed Personal Assistant Services (United Way)
- California Milk Processor Board
- Center for Molecular Physiology of the Brain (German Research Foundation; Gottingen, Germany)
- Central Manpower Base (Singapore)
- Centre de Minéralogie et de Paléontologie de Belgique (French: Belgium Mineralogy and Paleontology Center; Belgium)
- Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine
- Conflict Management and Peace Building
- Country and Marine Parks Board (Hong Kong)
- Captain Maggot's Pyrate Crew
- Centraal Medisch Pharmaceutische Commissie (Netherlands)
- Central Milk Producers Cooperative
- Central Motion Picture Corporation (Taiwan)
- Certified Master Pastry Chef (American Culinary Federation)
- Children's Media Policy Coalition
- Cisco Multi-Path Channel
- Classified Matter Protection and Control
- Classmate Personal Computer
- Clinical Molecular Profiling Core (US NCI; Bethesda, MD)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Gallagher-Rogers says the Green Guide for Health Care, which was designed by the Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems and Health Care Without Harm, served a critical role in the development of the new certification.
Gail Vittori, codirector of the Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems, suggested several methods, among them eliminating interior finish materials that offgas volatile organic compounds, using recycled fly ash as a substitute for concrete, labeling building products more thoroughly, and using paints certified by the independent Green Seal standards program.
Austin-based architect Pliny Fisk, co-director of the nonprofit Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems, is doing both.