Let the natural light in and keep the elements out, all while saving costs on energy. Find out how commercial building windows play a critical role in improving tenant comfort, reducing energy consumption, and cutting costs.
Secondary Window Inserts Perform Flawlessly at Carnegie Hall
One of only four Carnegie Halls still in continuous use as a performance space, the Carnegie Hall in Lewisburg, W. Va., has hosted a wide variety of performers and artists since its opening in 1902. While the building's meticulous preservation has kept it as beautiful and impressive as it was more than a century ago, the building’s historic nature has led to increasingly higher energy bills every year...
A Window Solution That Meets LEED and Preservation Requirements
Built in 1909, Newcomer Hall at the Maryland School for the Blind in Baltimore, Md., is a private, nonprofit, state-supported institution attended by 73 percent of Maryland’s 1,800 blind or visually impaired students, age 3 to 20. The brick building provides space for early learning and elementary, middle, and high school programs. Due to its age, the building required a major restoration project that completely renovated the interior...
400 Market Street
400 Market Street is a 12-story, 200,000-square-foot office building owned by Kaiserman Company. The building, built in 1972, had already undergone several building energy performance upgrades, but its poor performing single-pane windows were a weak point. The property manager wanted to improve tenant comfort, reduce operating expenses, and improve the building’s ENERGY STAR® rating, while avoiding the costly and lengthy process of full window replacements.
Advanced lighting starts with control. Discover how commercial building lighting design and modern technologies can combine to affect your budget, market differentiation, aesthetics, and tenant comfort.
Better comfort and energy costs start with the right HVAC. Understand how heating, cooling and airflow all directly contribute to the energy efficiency and tenant comfort of your commercial building.
Pumps & Motors
Pumping systems are essential to the daily operation of most commercial buildings and industrial facilities. With new energy standards for clean-water pumps taking effect in 2020 and a great new Energy Rating label program from the Hydraulic Institute, now is the time to evaluate the efficiency of commercial and industrial pumps, and circulators.
From HVAC and lighting controls to secondary windows, there are many solutions for an efficient commercial building. Knowing how to integrate those solutions so they work together in an energy-efficient system may mean saving time and money. Whether it’s a retrofit or new commercial project, learn how to apply an integrated design.