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May 2013
Walgreens to Build Nation’s First Net Zero Energy Retail in Chicago Suburbs
This spring Walgreens announced plans to build what the company believes will be the nation’s first net-zero energy retail store, which engineers predict will produce energy equal to or greater than it consumes.
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Apr 2013
Oasis Verde Greenovative Homes Receives Zoned A/C System
The objective was to install a highly-efficient, zoned-temperature-control air-conditioning system for a single-family home build site that could meet Greenovative Homes’ eco-friendly and economical requirements.
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Mar 2013
One Therapy for Hospital HVAC: Update the Cooling Towers
Advanced plastic cooling towers help ensure reliability of an expanding hospital’s HVAC system, while also eliminating noise and saving on maintenance and energy costs.
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Feb 2013
IAQ Optimized at J. Erik Jonsson Central Library in Dallas, TX
The city of Dallas, TX, which owns the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library, set out on a plan to optimize IAQ and reduce maintenance costs. Further, the city wanted clean indoor air to protect the library contents in an urban environment and wanted to replace out-dated electronic air cleaners and rolled-media filters that were installed when the building opened in 1982.
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Jan 2013
Drugstore Chain Gains Energy Efficiency from Condensing Boiler
With more than 7,800 drugstores throughout the United States serving nearly 6 million customers each day, Walgreens encompasses stores to distribution centers to corporate headquarters. The chain is committed to reducing energy usage and expanding the company’s renewable energy initiatives through innovation, efficiency and technology.
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Dec 2012
Diffuser, Fume-hood Retrofit Saves Lab an Expensive A/C Unit Replacement
HVAC design/build contractor uses textile air diffusers and new fume hoods to solve lab's cross-draft, high-velocity ventilation challenges.
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Nov 2012
Setting High Standards for Building Integration
Toronto’s Menkes 25 York Street tower pushes the envelope in intelligent building design.
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Oct 2012
Green Saves Green, and Achieves Gold, at Elementary School in Texas
When the Spring Independent School District in Spring, TX, began planning for the construction of its newest elementary building, Gloria Marshall, of primary focus was sticking to a proven, budget-conscious design. However, school administrators quickly discovered that smart architectural planning, coupled with the right combination of contractors and materials, could mean the construction of a school on budget and on trend with the latest in sustainable building methods.
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Sep 2012
Madison County Schools Retrofit HVAC Systems While Maintaining Limited Budget
Madison County Schools is a public school district located in Danielsville, GA. Ensuring a comfortable learning environment for their students is critical.
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Aug 2012
Union Mill: Rebirth of Maryland’s Largest Stone Mill
Once the largest cotton duck (canvas) producer in the world, the historic 86,000-sq-ft Union Mill, located in Baltimore, MD, has been restored into a vibrant mixed-use complex of 56 one- and two-bedroom apartments (for school teachers new to Baltimore), 30,000 sq ft of office space (for Baltimore’s education, health and human-service nonprofit organizations) and a 1,500-sq-ft café restaurant.
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