Hosted by Havtech, event highlighted Gold LEED-earning project using Daikin technology
February 28, 2019
An HVAC solution was the headliner for an event on Feb. 19 at a 121-year-old building in the nation’s capital named after one of America’s greatest composer-musicians. The event at Duke Ellington School of the Arts demonstrated how stepping beyond traditional non-inverter HVAC systems can preserve a building’s historical architecture, enhance energy efficiencies, minimize noise, and earn design-award accolades.
If you walk into the Tempo building near the site of the old Dallas Cowboys stadium and ask for opinions about the industry and the economy, you better take good notes, because the slow-talking Texans have a lot to say.
The buildings of tomorrow are chock full of Internet of Things (IoT) devices and equipment that connect tenants, mechanical systems, and facility managers to up-to-the-minute data and progress reports.
On April 22, people all over the globe celebrated Earth Day. This holiday serves as a reminder to many that we all need to do our part to preserve the planet. While some plant trees, recycle, or clean parks, the HVACR industry touts the potency of geothermal heating and cooling.
Mechanical contractor receives $24 million contract
January 4, 2016
At the recommendation of Olympia Development of Michigan, the Downtown Development Authority approved nearly $52 million in new contracts for work on the new Detroit Events Center. As part of the latest contracts awarded, MSL/Limbach JV received a $24 million contract for mechanical and plumbing work.
New construction in the residential, commercial, and industrial sectors has increased demand
December 21, 2015
The global HVAC market is forecast to grow steadily at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7 percent from 2016 to 2020, according to a new report available from ReportsnReports. Rapid growth in the construction and real estate markets worldwide is having a positive impact on the HVAC market.
Forecast based on survey of 49 top industry economists and analysts
November 16, 2015
Compared to the previous forecast conducted in April 2015, the new Consensus Forecast is slightly less bullish in its outlook; however, it predicts three more years of favorable real estate conditions.
Non-adoption of BIM could hinder the UK construction sector over the next year, according to research
September 21, 2015
BSRIA is concerned that three quarters of surveyors believe non-adoption of building information modeling (BIM) could seriously hinder the United Kingdom construction sector over the next year, according to research published by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
In this issue of The NEWS, we present the Residential Heating Showcase, featuring the latest heating equipment to hit residential HVAC. We also discuss developments in the tools and test instruments market.