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Building for Performance with Low Voltage Systems

Posted by Patrick McAlpin on Thu, May 18, 2017 @ 14:05 PM

Connectivity is a vital part of our daily lives, particularly in structures where we work. As a result, building powerloads are increasing, mostly from wireless accesspoints, in-building wireless antennas, Internet Protocol (IP), LED lighting and environmental controllers. The ability to effectively and efficiently power these devices is a growing challenge.   This post discusses the critical role of low voltage systems to optimize building performance.

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Topics: Building Performance, Low Voltage Systems

3 Key Highlights From This Year’s AIA Convention in Philly

Posted by Dan Dolinar on Fri, Jun 24, 2016 @ 06:06 AM

If you did not make it to Philly for the 2016 AIA Convention this year, you really missed out! For the architectural and design community, it is the event of the year when like- minds come together for an incredible experience. As you might expect, you get the opportunity to learn from industry experts, gain insight into what is happening in the built environment, and get inspired by rising stars in the design world. While this year’s convention really delivered in all these fronts, I found this year’s convention particularly meaningful. In this post, I wanted to share my top three highlights with you.

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Topics: Construction Technology, Building Performance

11 Technologies Transforming Jobsites in 2016

Posted by Dan Dolinar on Thu, Jan 28, 2016 @ 14:01 PM

Jobsite environments are rapidly changing with the increased adoption of onsite technologies advancing active and effective engagement.  In this new age of design and construction innovation, there will be winners and losers. There’s a clear divide between early adopters and late bloomers that construction professionals cannot afford to ignore.  The following describes the technologies we believe will continue to make an impact as well as emerging technologies that could begin to make a presence in 2016.

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Topics: Construction Technology, BIM, Building Performance