HVAC leader hones its line of energy efficient systems through first part of 2017
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
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Building replaces outdated facility constructed in 1907
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...
While many of the best breakthrough designs start from the ground up, others adapt the old to make something completely new.
Company to showcase latest products, HVAC advancements around the country
As the cost of energy remains a significant cost for home and multifamily building owners, the lure of net zero energy homes continues to grow.
Everyone wants to drink healthy water in their homes. But it's not always easy to know the best way to provide it for your family.
View, greenery, natural light all have positive impact
Micro-structured prisms redirect up to 80 percent of incoming sunlight toward ceiling
Smoker-friendly Akwesasne Mohawk Casino Resort uses Plasma Air’s air purification solutions to generate healthier indoor environment
These standards give specifications for products, services and systems, to ensure quality, safety and efficiency.
Installation on side of structure expected to offset facility's energy use by 10 percent