Engineering firm uses tankless water heating to help developer achieve eco-friendly objectives.
May 1, 2023
When a developer locked in the service providers to design and build Via Sol, a new 217-unit sustainable apartment community in the Minneapolis suburb of St. Louis Park, Minnesota, he took collaboration to a new level.
Builders in New York City are taking the lessons from Hurricane Sandy to construct more resilient buildings, including the Beach Green Dunes II project in Queens. NYC also is taking a hard line on building retrofits to ensure low emissions, making heat pumps more appealing.
The 48-story office building in hurricane-prone Houston required a unique water drainage system design supporting the owner’s sustainability goals.
April 3, 2023
As storms blow through low-lying Houston, large amounts of stormwater can turn into massive flooding events. City building codes have strict plumbing regulations for high-rises. Read on to discover how an engineering firm and its partners designed a stormwater drainage system while still supporting the owner’s sustainability goals.
As energy-efficient technologies such as heat pumps, rooftop solar and home batteries, and electric vehicle sales are increasing, it seems that more U.S. consumers are supporting decarbonization initiatives.
As Congress passes green energy legislation, the Seattle Kraken’s Climate Pledge Arena showcases many of the technologies that can be used to reduce carbon emissions and recycle as much as possible in a large sports arena.