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Semco honors Kentucky school district for sustainable design

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Kentucky's Clark County Public Schools (CCPS) received the Center of Excellence Award from Semco LLC for a sustainable design at the new George Rogers Clark High School.


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NIBE to purchase WaterFurnace

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NIBE Industrier AB of Sweden has entered into an agreement to acquire 100% of the outstanding shares of WaterFurnace.


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BMS keeps health facility’s HVAC components in check

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A tough economy and scrutinized energy consumption created an ambitious plan to enlarge a mental health facility near Allentown, PA.
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Hybrid HVAC design earns high marks at KY school

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The new $60-million George Rogers Clark High School in Winchester, KY, is saving 35% each month in utility costs, thanks to its green design.
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A Big Step With A Little Footprint

With a natatorium, a gym, and other community functions, it’s only appropriate that the Ping Tom Memorial Fieldhouse design exercised a variety of HVAC muscles
By Daniel Cohen, P.E., BEMP, LEED AP
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Modular heat pumps, geothermal, energy recovery, demand control ventilation, an integrated digital control system, and more stretched out the sustainability and maintained a lean energy profile to serve local residents
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Seattle office building achieves net zero energy, water

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In the recently completed Bullitt Center office building in Seattle, net zero energy and net zero water initiatives have been combined with the Living Building Challenge.
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Seawater Warms Up Marine College Building

“Think Globally, Design Locally” could’ve been the slogan for this opportunistic design on the Maine coast.
By Rob Klinedinst, AIA, LEED BD&C and David Reinheimer, P.E
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Geothermal and VRF components, along with a key design revision and even an underwater heat exchanger, buoyed this project as it sailed toward a flexible and sustainable finish.
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Louisville hotel plans ahead with energy management system

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Guests of the Galt House Hotel in Louisville, KY, may not be aware that one of the most impressive amenities is working behind the scenes.
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Editor’s welcome (also, ES notes an award-winning alumnus)

By Robert Beverly
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A big thanks for taking a minute and stopping by the new blog
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Honeywell helps CT town improve facilities, cut costs

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The Connecticut town of Tolland will be saving nearly $600,000 a year in utility and operating expenses thanks to Honeywell.


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