Buildings

What To Do About the Country’s Aging Elevators?

Replacing aging elevators is expensive, but cost-effective upgrades can improve reliability, efficiency, and user experience

Franco Faraudo By Franco Faraudo

Overcoming Obstacles to Net-Zero Energy Buildings 

Net-zero energy buildings symbolize an innovative leap towards sustainability, designed to balance renewable energy generation and consumption. With the global

Morag Murray By Morag Murray

The Hidden Barriers to Smarter HVAC Automation

Despite decades of technological progress, heating and cooling in buildings remains surprisingly antiquated. Traditional set-point controls waste energy and money.

What To Do About the Country’s Aging Elevators?

There are some buildings that have come to define an entire city. For Seattle, that building is the Space Needle.

Franco Faraudo By Franco Faraudo

Overcoming Obstacles to Net-Zero Energy Buildings 

Net-zero energy buildings symbolize an innovative leap towards sustainability, designed to balance renewable energy generation and consumption. With the global

Morag Murray By Morag Murray

The Hidden Barriers to Smarter HVAC Automation

Despite decades of technological progress, heating and cooling in buildings remains surprisingly antiquated. Traditional set-point controls waste energy and money.

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How Property Managers Are Beating the Squeeze With Automation

Feeling like there aren’t enough hours in the day is a hallmark of a property manager’s job. Property management is a profession where something always

By Franco Faraudo

Is Indoor Air Quality Still a Priority for Building Owners and Occupants?

For a long time, the focus on air inside buildings mostly centered around temperature. Maintaining the right temperature, one that is neither too hot nor

By Holly Dutton

A Guide to the Building Efficiency Mandates Sweeping Across the U.S.

Tracking the growing number of building performance standards in U.S. cities and states can be mind-numbing for any real estate owner. Property owners with national

By Nick Pipitone

Amazon’s Newest Office Tower Is Focused Squarely on Tenant Comfort

The world’s largest online retailer recently moved into the tallest building in Bellevue, Washington. Vulcan Real Estate’s 555 Tower, a 42-story Class A office property

By Holly Dutton

Building Management Systems Adjust to a “Net Zero” World

Reporting on carbon emissions is no longer voluntary for much of the corporate world. The EU has had climate disclosure regulations in place for just

By Franco Faraudo

Understanding Heat Pump Efficacy in Extreme Cold Weather Conditions

A recent study has been conducted to assess the efficiency of air source heat pumps, particularly focusing on their performance and effectiveness in environments with

By Franco Faraudo

Is Biometrics the Future of Access Control?

It's hard to conceive of a time in human history when we didn't need secure entry into buildings. The key, from the carved wooden stick

By Barbra Murray

New York City’s Latest Life Sciences Development Blends Past and Future

In the country's largest, most densely populated cities, changing a building's use is almost inevitable. We're seeing more and more building owners considering it these

By Holly Dutton
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