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Philadelphia high-rise becomes ‘virtual power plant’

July 1, 2013
At 1500 Walnut St. in Philadelphia stands a piece of history — a 22-story piece of history to be exact
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University medical center updates HVAC system under tight deadline

June 1, 2013
In the spring of 2011, Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville needed to update its HVAC equipment. However, the work needed to be achieved under a very tight deadline.
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Dominican University cuts summer heating, achieves rebate incentive

June 1, 2013
Universities can spend substantial amounts of money heating and cooling large campus buildings. For Dominican University of River Forest, IL, that wasn’t acceptable, especially during the summer months.
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Steam boilers help distillery with sustainability goals

April 26, 2013
Death’s Door Spirits in Middleton, WI, is a popular craft distiller known for its vodka, gin, and whisky that uses organic wheat from Washington Island, Wis. The brand is sold across the United States and Europe, and according to the distillery, the beverages would not be possible without the use of two LX-100 SG steam boilers from Miura.
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University streamlines operations with fire alarm upgrades

April 26, 2013
Alfred University in Alfred, NY, has once again teamed up with FSC Systems LLC to upgrade fire and life safety systems on campus. The upgrades are not just making buildings on campus safer, but they are cutting down on associated costs and labor.
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Air handler helps wire manufacturer reach LEED® Platinum

Installing a new air handler allows factory to save 20% in energy costs and 88% in water consumption.
April 25, 2013
When Encore Wire, a manufacturer of copper electrical wire and cable was ready to expand, they knew they wanted sustainability to feature prominently in the design of their new building.
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AHUs with energy recovery improve hospital’s ventilation rates while preserving IAQ

Following the installation of an ERV, odor and cooling complaints disappear at CoxHealth's Turner Center.
April 24, 2013
A multi-function health services facility in Springfield, MO is a showcase for sophisticated air quality management. The Turner Center is a unit of the CoxHealth system and is part of the Cox South health care campus in south Springfield.
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History Colorado protects museum data with VRF zoning system

A new zoning system enabled History Colorado to maintain the precise temperature to keep its treasures safe.
March 29, 2013
Established in 1879, just three years after Colorado became a state, the Colorado Historical Society had long served as the state’s memory keeper, occupying a number of buildings over the course of its 133-yr history.
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Green design model retrofit uses boilers in effort to LEED by example

Electricity and natural gas costs were reduced at the Environmental Way building, thanks to hydronic boilers.
February 28, 2013
For David Bowles, a former IBM corporate facility in Charlotte, NC was much more than an abandoned eyesore.
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Tennessee district escapes proprietary systems and saves by re-using existing wire in fire safety upgrade

The Cheatham County School District saves $120,000 to $150,000 by reworking fire equipment already in the building.
February 27, 2013
Fire-Lite Alarms by Honeywell systems transformed the fire protection throughout a dozen elementary, middle, and high school facilities in the Cheatham County School District (Ashland City, TN).
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