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Konami Gaming, Inc.'s newly-expanded headquarters is one of Nevada's largest facilities to achieve complete geothermal heating and cooling.


Konami Gaming, Inc.'s newly-expanded headquarters is one of Nevada's largest facilities to achieve complete geothermal heating and cooling.

Konami Gaming Wins Sustainable/Green Building Award

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Konami Gaming Wins Sustainable/Green Building Award

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Konami Gaming, Inc.’s newly-expanded headquarters is one of Nevada’s largest facilities to achieve complete geothermal heating and cooling.



Modulating Boilers Lower Energy Use, Heating Costs For Massachusetts School

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With failing oil-fired boilers and an aging, inefficient heating system, Elm Street School in Gardner, MA, turned to modulating boilers from Weil-McLain to spark energy efficiencies and lower heating costs.


ENERGY STAR Baseline Shift: How EMS Can Help Prepare Your Facility

Energy Star

Whether you want to identify cost savings, optimize energy usage, or monitor ENERGY STAR score fluctuations, energy management software offers an easy and effective method of adapting to the upcoming benchmarking shift.


Water Systems Strategies

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Over the last two decades, extreme drought events in the U.S. have vividly illustrated the imperative for technologies that increase water usage efficiency as well as strategies and methods to reduce demand.


Facility Executive | March / April 2016 Issue

March / April 2016

This issue looks at smart lighting trends, how to choose carpet and flooring, physical security planning, and energy efficiency for data centers. Plus, wellness and water conservation.


Education Case Study: Wellness In Action

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At The George Washington University, LEED Platinum facility design fosters its mission of public health education.



Facility Retrofit: Zero Waste Manufacturing

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In September 2014, Diamond announced that it had achieved zero manufacturing waste to landfill status, becoming the first American-owned folding carton manufacturer to do so.