Buildings Buzz - Dec 5th, 2023
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December 5, 2023

BUILDINGS Buzz Topic: Adaptive Reuse—Learn about converting offices into multifamily housing.

You'll also learn about rooftop safety.

Underutilized offices are one opportunity to address the short supply of multifamily housing, especially in urban cores. Here are three reasons these properties could be ready for a new life.

Read what the industry is saying about TPO and decide for yourself.

Babcock Ranch, Florida, is a cutting-edge, sustainable town that makes extensive use of solar power, battery storage and integrated technology.
Is your roof a safe place to be? Understand the nuances of rooftop safety by knowing the specific regulations that govern it.
Older facilities can be reused for biotechnology and pharma tenants. Here’s how one such facility became a Class A office for life science companies.
Winters demand careful preparation for commercial property owners. Follow these three steps to ensure a successful snow season.

LightSPEC West is networking, education, and solutions for specifiers and buyers of lighting and controls. Experience a range of products and services vital to building designers, owners, and operators, register for FREE to this the two-day expo today!

These energy-efficient LED wall packs meet the security, sustainability and lighting output requirements of commercial and industrial facilities, including harsh environments like marinas or foundries.
This family of six new high-performance acoustical finishings delivers visually striking aesthetics and optimal functionality. Constructed with 100% PET felt and 55% recycled content, the NRC ratings for the modules range from .65 to .80.
This toilet paper dispenser optimizes maintainer productivity, waste reduction and hygiene while improving the user experience. Its features help reduce load time, prevent stub roll waste and protect unused rolls from cross contamination.
Inspired by the precision of architectural design, this carpet tile is complementary to J+J Flooring’s Structure broadloom. It has a molded wash of pattern with a subtle hint of texture and provides a seamless experience between tiles.