Could green building practices pose unanticipated life-safety hazards?
A recent survey of industry professionals indicates that investment in energy efficiency projects will increase over the next year.
The University of Utah has upgraded its historic Dumke Health Professions Education building to save an impressive 40% on energy costs.
New rule aims to eliminate the production of HCFC refrigerants.
Imagine a luminaire that can provide energy-efficient, dimmable, code-compliant light for 10 years or more before the light source needs to be replaced. That could make a real difference to your occupants, your operations, your bottom line. Maybe you could better utilize your maintenance staff, or, if your crews are being paid overtime to change lamps after-hours, reduce labor costs. No more lighting contracts. No more storage of burnt-out fluorescent lamps. And in the competition for tenants, especially triple-net tenants, reduced utility bills and maintenance costs increase your competitive edge and the value of your property.
New survey reveals increasing interest in off-site work.
Researchers have found the main factors that influence the amount and type of building damage caused by various types of salts.
Sport Flooring Manufacturer Scores with Industrial Cooling Piping System
Utah’s Sport Court picks Aquatherm PP-R piping for new headquarters facility
Recognized by the DOE as a Better Buildings Challenge leader, Los
Angeles has pledged to reduce the energy use for 30 million square feet
of city-owned and private buildings by 20% by 2020.
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