In extreme situations, tap boxes can be used as a cost-effective, efficient solution to restore power to buildings and businesses without sacrificing security or anything that might hamper operations.
During a fire, The Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library saved numerous historical documents from the flames thanks to a solution called fluoroketone that would not damage or harm the older documents like other agents would.
Classroom mechanical systems should be designed with lower noise levels to optimize student reading comprehension.
Phoenix Children's Hospital's emergency power supply system must meet emergency standby requirements for both a healthcare facility and a high-rise building.
The New York Times Building is a 52-story tower with 1.5 million gross sq ft and is a mix of both office and retail uses with open spaces and floor-to-ceiling glass walls.
CxBGS commissioned three new public safety facilities—and a command center for future disasters—in Harrison County, Miss.
St. Elizabeth Hospital in Appleton, Wis., earns the Energy Star designation from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as part of a green healthcare initiative.
Citi Field’s highly advanced fire protection and evacuation systems make use of both centralized and distributed intelligence.
Glare analysis performed via simulated environment for proposed PV array near airport.
An elementary school’s new BAS combined HVAC and lighting controls provide wireless capabilities and lower costs.