From our December issue... With all the sustainability efforts ongoing, our editor suggests the tide has already turned in this industry. But in light of still more ominous research, the bigger question is "How can we all do more?"
Introducing simplified language to ensure that only products certified by the Air Movement and Control Association get installed.
Dec. 17 is the deadline for those wishing to comment on proposed revisions to the current guideline 12-2000, 'Managing the Risk of Legionellosis Associated with Building Water Systems'.
Looking to raise the global Living Standard, USGBC gathered in Chicago to explore the connection of the built environment to climate change, health, human rights and equity.
New program complements LEED to verify the achievement of net zero goals and to signal market leadership among green buildings
Responding to market realities like digitalization and climate change, company says move will make them a unique full-service systems provider within industrial refrigeration
Pennsylvania firm unveils first air curtain system for revolving doors designed and engineered by a U.S. manufacturer.
South Bronx hospital adopts new anti-microbial cooling tower technology to stave off Legionnaires Disease and other biological health threats.