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Jul 2014
Pressure Control Strategy Creates Silent Airflow for Hospital Patients
The Beckley ARH Hospital in Beckley, WV is the second largest provider in Raleigh County, WV with a 173-bed, acute care facility that includes 60 psychiatric beds and a level IV Trauma Center Emergency Room. Quiet and consistent airflow was a priority during its construction in 2013.
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Apr 2014
Conventional Recreation Center Uses HVAC Engineers to Create Water Park
A conventional indoor city recreation center was looking for an upgrade. The 25-year-old building planned on installing a wave pool, children’s pool, water slide and spa, which provided a challenge for the local HVAC engineers.
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May 2014
Pitzer Goes Green with Sustainability on Campus
In 2001 Pitzer College in Claremont, CA committed itself to expanding its campus with a focus on sustainability. Under the new plan the construction would house more than 300 students in four buildings.
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Apr 2014
Using HVAC to Convert A Decades Old Building Into An Aquatic Rec Center
A conventional indoor city recreation center was looking for an upgrade. The 25-year-old building planned on installing a wave pool, children’s pool, water slide and spa, which provided a challenge for the local HVAC engineers.
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Feb 2014
Variable-Speed Drives Reduce Energy Costs for UK Pastry Producer
Tamar Foods, one of the U.K.’s largest producers of pastry-based products saved 23% on its HVAC energy costs following the installation of ABB variable-speed drives in its Callington plant in Cornwall.
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Oct 2013
HPT Provides HVAC Solution for Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay
The Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay in Tampa Bay, Florida was looking for an HVAC solution that would cool and dehumidify its 226,700 sq ft hotel located in a region that is famous for its high humidity. With average regional temperatures that range upwards of 90°F in the summer the hotel needed to find a way to make its guests comfortable in even the hottest conditions. That is why the Hyatt implemented a solution from Heating Pipe Technology (HPT) a Berkshire Hathaway company.
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Sep 2013
Designing an HVAC System for Extreme Utah Weather
Challenge: The homeowners wanted an HVAC system that would accommodate the extreme Utah climate while using as little electricity as possible.
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Aug 2013
New Technology Could Cut Office Building Energy Bills By 18%
A new report recently released the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) states that a single advanced building control now in development could cut down the overall annual energy bill of the average office building by as much as 18%.
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Jul 2013
Air Conditioners Go Head-to-Head in Las Vegas
Learn how the 21-SEER 4-ton iQ Drive stood up in an efficiency test against 13-SEER 5-ton conventional air-conditioner. Interstate Plumbing and Air Conditioning out of Las Vegas, NV conducted the field test as a part of its Market and Technology Trials Program, which was designed to verify the energy savings achievable in a Nevada residential application.
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Jun 2013
The Bill Clinton Presidential Library & Museum
First opened in 2004, the William J. Clinton Presidential Library & Museum located in Little Rock, AR is a LEED-certified facility covering more than 167,000 sq. ft. and is considered the largest in the presidential library system.
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