Energy efficiency was a key driver when designing the fit-out of a company’s North American headquarters.
A hospital’s operating room air handling units (AHUs) were updated to meet new requirements.
Different air handling unit (AHU) designs meet different building criteria.
New construction and renovations at Froedtert Hospital required careful consideration of the electrical equipment rooms.
ASHRAE 90.1, Appendix G, allowed a path for energy compliance for the Great River Medical Center.
Duke University studied emergency power aesthetics, noise, emissions, and maintenance costs. The result—a central generator plant.
Backup power design for a high-performance building is required, and offers many benefits.
A hospital needed a replacement central utility plant that complied with current codes.
A hospital needed to upgrade emergency power equipment with a new generator while maintaining some current equipment.
A hospital needed to increase its emergency generator capacity to 4 MW and provide for future expansion while using the existing generator building.