As a veteran-founded company, Everblue staff has a deep understanding and commitment to the military. No day goes by that we don't reflect on how environmental policies affect military procedures and personnel.

LEED Certified Naval Hanger

Mon, 2010-08-09 11:18

Naval Air Station: Jacksonville, Florida

Think about how big a football field is. Think about constructing a building three football fields long and almost one football field wide. If this weren’t challenging enough, suppose it had to have two, 450-ft-long unobstructed openings—and the building interior had to accommodate several different types of aircraft and the entire project had to be environmentally friendly. Such a project can be summed up in two words: Hangar 511.

Veterans Options for Education Funding

Wed, 2010-08-04 15:55

Providing Jobs for our Nations Veterans

Job training often gets overlooked as a key asset to finding employment. But veterans, especially those with service-related disabilities, value the training available to them courtesy of the Departments of Labor and Veterans Affairs.

Conflict Minerals - What's in Your Pocket?

Sun, 2010-06-27 12:32

Did you know that May 18, 2010 was the one-year anniversary of the release of the LEED Green Associate exam? Awesome! Did you also know that on May 18, 2010 the 1000th U.S. soldier was killed in Afghanistan? That’s not so awesome. Consider that 500 soldiers were killed during the first seven years of war in the “Graveyard of Empires,” but it’s taken only two years for the second 500. Sometimes it feels like I’m watching a slow motion train wreck that’s picking up speed every second.

GI Bill Covers Cost of LEED Exam

Wed, 2009-12-23 12:05

Update 05/23/14: Everblue's Yellow Ribbon Program has expired.

The Story: A New Mission

Tue, 2009-11-10 11:51

Listen to the Everblue Founders talk about the Everblue mission:

Jon and Chris Boggiano are brothers, West Point graduates, and veterans of the Iraq war. They served during the battle of Fallujah and saw some terrible things. They say many of their friends and fellow soldiers have struggled to find meaning and purpose after the intensity and camaraderie they experienced in combat.