Interim low-moisture care saves money and extends carpet life.
Ohio boasts more LEED-certified public schools than any other state, with
100 since December and hundreds more currently in the certification
The Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute has launched a
database where users can source healthy and environmentally friendly
The unintended consequences of energy-efficient design.
The update to the Building Energy Quotient program includes more building types and a new methodology to measure "In Operation" buildings.
Is the American energy policy lagging behind the rest of the world?
Over the past 15 years, architects, facility managers and building owners have widely adopted touchless technology in sinks, soap dispensers and hand dryers to create more hygienic lavatory experiences for their patrons. The more consumers learn about bacteria and disease transmission, the less they want to touch anything in a public washroom.
7 reasons non-wovens are a top roofing choice.
The working environment has officially changed and cubicle farms are nearing extinction. Their replacement is a sleek open bench system with a smaller footprint, denser population, and one major flaw: where will the power come from and what can be done with all those cables? This ubiquitous computing haven with portable laptops, tablets and smart phones is challenging the boundaries of a building’s existing power grid.
There are many portable heating options available, but they are not as well understood as their portable A/C counterparts and are sometimes underutilized. With cold weather upon us, the time is right for a refresher course on portable heat pumps and other devices for emergency, temporary or supplemental heating.