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Drives Help Retrofit Score Big at Five Points

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Leaking radiant panel valves had become an expensive maintenance problem for the Five Points Plaza building in Atlanta. Replacing the radiant ceiling system with a variable-air volume (vav) system could
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Steam Helps Crack Walnut Street System Update

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The owners of 1845 Walnut Street in Philadelphia were presented with a challenge not uncommon to many building owners. They had a 32-yr-old building with a cooling plant the same
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Cooling System Rescues Farm From Blueberry Jam

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"As my dad says, if you can afford to do it over, you can afford to do it right," says Adair Chambers, who has run the operations at Chambers Brothers
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Design, Installation Earn Credit From Money Store

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With a staff of 2,000 and growing, the Money Store (West Sacramento, CA) saw the writing on the wall: New headquarters were in order. In fact, the writing officials saw
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Innovative Multizone Replacement Benefits WV Department of Natural Resources

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The West Virginia Department of Natural Resources (DNR) building in Elkins, WV, was constructed in 1970. Since its inception, the building has relied on Lennox multizone heating and cooling units
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Air Force Base Sees Savings Take Off After Installing Submeters

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Once the epicenter of America's aerospace industry, the Los Angeles basin hosts a variety of government installations, including Los Angeles Air Force Base (AFB) in downtown El Segundo, California. While
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Cogeneration Plant Generates Success

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The National Animal Disease Center (NADC) is a major U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) center for research on livestock and poultry diseases. The USDA relies on the NADC to help
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Thermal Storage Retrofit Takes a Byte Out of Computer Cooling Demands

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The Harold Washington Building in Chicago's central business district was built in the midst of the energy crisis that gripped the United States in the 1970s, and some of the
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Technology School Embraces System Integration

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Situated on an 18-acre site about seven miles from the main Montana State University-Billings campus, the MSU-Billings College of Technology includes more than 110,000 sq ft of classroom, laboratory, and
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Variable-speed Drive a House Favorite in Casino Retrofit

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To improve efficiencies and reduce operating costs at a notable casino in Atlantic City, district-energy provider Conectiv Thermal Systems beat the odds and cashed in on a variable-speed drive (vsd)
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