Members of the U.S. Congress and representatives from IFMA met to discuss energy efficiency and high performance federal buildings last week during IFMA Advocacy Day.
Two recently released reports examine the growth of this market for buildings.
The association will use a unified mark to identify HVAC/R products that have achieved third-party certification of their performance ratings.
Industry members can enter for a chance to win a vacation from Universal Lighting Technologies.
LED lighting, with its promise of high levels of energy efficiency and long operating life, is being used in certain applications in many facilities. However, the technology is not mainstream in today’s facilities.
The 2009 Ernst & Young real estate business risk report, produced in conjunction with Oxford Analytica, itemizes the 10 top business risks faced by the industry as ranked by leading sector analysts.
The Second Annual SustainIU initiative at the Bloomington campus of Indiana University kicks off today.
The new uninterruptible power supply (UPS) from APC by Schneider Electric is designed to meet the needs of many environments.
IFMA has joined a consortium of other organizations from the building community that seeks to provide guidance and technical expertise on sustainability issues to the DOE’s Building Technologies Program.
Now underway, energy efficiency retrofits at the Empire State Building are being implemented through an integrated approach.