Skanska has completed the renovations of American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers’ (ASHRAE’s) new global headquarters in Peachtree Corners, Georgia, with net-zero retrofit design.
Adaptive reuse has been a long-term success story in North American cities and former industrial and institutional areas. This process involves maximizing the use of existing buildings and materials and restoring the urban and architectural fabric to revitalize cities and places.
An 18-month, $165-million renovation project overhauled the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum’s spartan looks with a sophisticated sense of style and state-of-the-art upgrades, giving event attendees a fresh arena experience.
How do design/construction professionals know what equipment and systems will meet the needs of their next building projects? The answer is influenced by many factors—from upfront costs and ease of installation to integration with existing systems and flexibility for the future.
A food manufacturer and distributor located in North Texas has sated its need for improved working conditions and operational efficiency after undergoing an HVAC retrofit to replace its well-aged facility equipment. Past its useful service life, most of this equipment was in desperate need of repairs.