Although these days Co-Director Pliny Fisk most often works at the Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems site in East Austin, in the Spring of 1983 he could be found trekking through... Read More
The Center served as sustainability consultant on Dell Children’s Medical Center W.H. and Elaine McCarthy South Tower, which received an Austin Energy Green Building (AEGB) five star rating.... Read More
PR Newswire’s article “Study by Perkins+Will Experts Contradicts Belief That Sustainable Hospital Design Is Too Costly,” features Co-Director Gail Vittori as a lead voice on the... Read More
Sustainable Healthcare Architecture, Second Edition, authored by Co-Director Gail Vittori and co-author Robin Guenther is featured in Facilities Management. The article states the book is for “... Read More
Co-Director Gail Vittori comments on the societal impact of LEED buildings in the Healthcare Design article: “Numbers Aside, LEED Buildings Make Sense.” The article explores the... Read More
Co-Director Pliny Fisk will be participating in a panel discussion, as well as hosting a Trade Show booth at which he will be signing and selling his newly released biography, at the CitiesAlive... Read More
The Center is pleased to annouce the arrival of its new website!  Our new website homebase contains brand new images, expanded content, our ever-growing collection of papers and research... Read More
The Center Co-Director Pliny Fisk will give a Distinguished Speaker presentation titled “Pliny Fisk III: A Maximum Potential Life,” at SXSW Eco 2013. In the presentation, Pliny... Read More
Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems is happy to report the release of Sustainable Healthcare Architecture, Second Edition by The Center Co-Director Gail Vittori and Robin Guenther. Thank... Read More
The Center’s Advanced Green Builder Demonstration (AGBD) and the 2007 Texas A&M Solar Decathlon, on which The Center’s Co-Director Pliny Fisk served as project lead, are featured... Read More