Is it possible that buildings of the future will be a strategic asset — that they will operate in an intelligent way to be productive facility managers and monetizable for real estate owners? Is it possible that the traditionally conservative and risk-averse building and construction industry would leverage the latest technologies, such as the IoT, big data, cloud computing, data analytics, deep learning, and artificial intelligence, for the benefits of saving energy, reducing operational expenditures, increasing occupancy comfort, and — most importantly — meeting increasingly stringent global regulations and sustainability standards?
He will lead the long-term development of the $889 million mixed-use project underway around the campus of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. The once-in-a-lifetime project is being led by a partnership between the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Industrial Realty Group (IRG), and M. Klein & Co.
The survey of nearly 2,000 facility and energy management executives from 20 countries found that 57 percent of organizations in the U.S. and 59 percent of global organizations plan to increase investment in energy efficiency in the next year.
Technology continues to expand at an increasingly fast rate. As a result, HVAC manufacturers are adapting to this ongoing trend with technology-driven products that make commercial buildings smarter. These products allow buildings to better communicate with the building owner and HVAC contractor.
Award recognizes collaborative effort to revitalize historic community building
October 18, 2017
The award recognizes the developers’ outstanding commitment to best practices in energy efficiency and sustainability for the retrofit of a once-vacant 90-year-old former Sears building that is not only revitalizing the community around it, but reducing operational costs.
Demonstrates environmental stewardship through greater operational efficiencies
July 24, 2017
Building on its corporate sustainability leadership and Internet of Things (IoT) technology prowess, SAS is taking steps to establish a "smart campus" at its Cary, North Carolina, headquarters. Through SAS' advanced, real-time analytics, the smart campus project will improve energy usage while proactively monitoring equipment performance to boost operational longevity.