Joseph McGranahan

Joseph McGranahan
Cornell University | CU · Department of Architecture

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Introduction
Joseph McGranahan is a Research Associate in the CCL. His primary area of research focuses on utilizing emerging digital tools to assess material content, embodied carbon and circularity within the built environment, ranging from the scale of construction assemblies to that of entire cities.
Education
August 2017 - May 2022
Cornell University
Field of study
  • Architecture

Publications

Publications (3)
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This paper introduces ScanR (Scan for Reuse), a composite method pairing quantitative and qualitative salvage and deconstruction surveying (S&D survey) with LiDAR and photogrammetry scanning in an effort to empower local municipalities and stakeholders in cataloging building materials prior to removal from site (in the case of either demolition or...
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As global and local actors seek to address climate concerns, municipalities, regions, and countries are developing policies for the built environment to reach carbon neutrality. In most cases, however, current policies target new construction and operational carbon emissions only, thus omitting the significant carbon emission saving potential resul...
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Globally, buildings account for at least 39% of CO 2 emissions and more than 50% of resource extraction and solid waste production. Therefore, any transition to carbon neutral buildings must be paired with new resource sensibilities and a shift from linear models of material consumption to continuous material use within a circular economy. Prospect...

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