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
  The W Austin’s new rooftop apiary, a project partially initiated and coordinated by The Center, is featured in a CultureMap Austin article titled “W Austin’s new rooftop... Read More
Co-Director Gail Vittori is featured in Eco Building Pulse in an article titled "Projects You Should Know: The AIA Top Ten Green Awards 2013." The American Institute of Architects (AIA)... Read More
The Center's Co-Director Pliny Fisk is featured in a brand new book, Design with the Desert: Conservation and Sustainable Development, published in January 2013 by CRC Press. Pliny’s... Read More
Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems is pleased to announce the publication of Pliny Fisk III: Creating a Maximum Potential Future. Please see below for Ecotone Publishing's press... 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 will share his life... Read More
Center Co-Director Pliny Fisk will give a presentation titled "The Brew in Max's Pot," for Design~Build~Live, a volunteer-run education organization that focuses on sustainable building and living... Read More
AUSTIN, TX (August 30, 2013) – The Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems (CMPBS) was awarded “Best Overall” for innovation excellence by the City of Austin’s Green Business Leaders program.... Read More
Healthcare Design quotes Co-Director Gail in Wednesday's article "Numbers Aside, Leed Buildings Make Sense." Gail speaks on the benefits of LEED and states, ultimately: "Wouldn... Read More
The Center's Co-Director Gail Vittori was featured in the article “On the Roof With…Gail Vittori: Understanding the Benefits (and Challenges) of Green Healthcare Infrastructure... Read More