BUILDINGS - Smarter Facilities Management

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May 2013

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May 2013 Features

Does your collaborative space have the right mix?
Strategies to avoid the hype and make optimal decisions for your facility.
An inch-deep, mile-wide strategy carries energy management across the portfolio of Duke Realty.
Mixed-Use Buildings

The Energy Manager™

Heating and cooling tune-ups that cut energy consumption.
Optimization opportunities for chiller setpoints.
Best practices for optimal results.
First-of-its-kind Walgreens aims for dual building certification.
PV installations reach a record high.
Pilot program to start later this year.
Fewer than 10 historical buildings have reached these heights.
New guidelines will encourage efficiency in building controls and PV.
Web-based calculator compares designs, project specs, and incentives.

New York Metro Edition

How NYC can be powered by wind, hydro, and solar.
Aggressive new plan targets building efficiency.
Local NYC presentations on green cleaning, e-waste, retrocommissioning, hospitality, and cooling towers.
Increased daylighting controls in NYC offices could provide $70 million in annual savings.
Different goals impact the stringency of state and city codes.
Discover the various programs that spur projects statewide.
Post-occupancy study reveals room for improvement at New York Times headquarters.
How warm weather can impact hurricane-damaged buildings.
Free mobile app taps NYC buildings database
NYSERDA programs target wind, fuel cells, and CHP
How the NYC Buildings Department revamp will boost efficiency.
Take advantage of energy efficiency assistance.
Why Manhattan leads in compliance with the NYC benchmarking law.
Green Thumbs and Granularity

Smarter Buildings™

Ensure first responders can communicate in your building.
Address stormwater runoff and soil erosion with landscaping solutions.   
Guard against expense, hassle, and dissatisfaction with these tips.
Renovation considerations for the varied needs of users.
Be well-informed on the biggest obstacles to a solar retrofit.

Reimagined products set out to cure sitting disease.

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