Sensor Suitcase licensed by two companies to make energy efficiency easier
We are facing an important crossroads, and America must keep building.
As temperatures rise, property water use and costs increasing as well
HVAC leader hones its line of energy efficient systems through first part of 2017
Real estate developers are doing everything they can to differentiate their apartment buildings as fashionable living centers for people of all ages.
Cogeneration solution to save $1.5 million a year and can heat and power the hospital’s inpatient units for months if the electric grid goes down
Effort to address water consumption at veterans facility, where drought conditions impact operating costs
Product's popularity rising as more people pay attention to preventing leaky ducts
A 220-unit apartment complex under construction in Charleston, South Carolina utilizes insulated concrete form (ICF) construction
Ventilation key for designing better buildings
As commercial buildings, high-rise residential projects are pursuing LEED and other green building certifications to reflect their environmental impact.
LG heat recovery system produces cost savings for facility owner
Building replaces outdated facility constructed in 1907
Demand for product in North America projected to grow 6.8% through 2020
HVAC contractor fast tracks 50-ton dehumidifier installation with a quick payback
System serves special needs students in historic structure
Manhattan is home to 21W20 luxury condominiums, the first WELL Multifamily residential certified building in the world. Sited in the heart of the Flatiron District in New York City, 21W20 was announced as the world's first residential project to be...
One reason people choose to live in the EcoVillage co-housing community is the community’s commitment to sustainability. That commitment to sustainability, especially sustainable energy-efficient construction, is one reason why builder Kendall Carpenter of AquaZephyr, LLC, wanted to work on the co-communal housing project.
While many of the best breakthrough designs start from the ground up, others adapt the old to make something completely new.
American Wood Council examines current trends, related code and standards