Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. daylighting articles below.
Designed for LED fixtures, these economical, contractor grade sensors meet all code compliant lighting controls requirements.
For this New Jersey school, designer LAN Associates focused on light, flexibility, choice, connection, complexity, and color to enhance the student experience.
The February 2017 issue features the 2017 Facility Executive Of The Year. Plus, a look at in-building cellular, waste management, the building envelope, emergency preparedness, flooring, and our annual Readers’ Choice Awards.
Developed by Vitro Architectural Glass (formerly PPG), this high-performance, triple-silver-coated, solar control low-e glass was introduced in 2006.
With LEED Platinum in its sights, the new facility also resolves long-standing security and space needs, says GSA
The payback of daylight harvesting is significant when leveraging skylights in conjunction with LED luminaires and lighting controls.
This addition to Solatube's SkyVault daylighting solution provides commercial facilities the option to dim natural lighting when desired.
Projects at existing facilities require specific considerations to meet IECC 2012 requirements.
Part of the company's line of daylighting devices for high bay and high ceiling facilities, this product boosts performance.
NEW COLUMN! In this new Facility Retrofit Column, find out how the Douglas County School District in Colorado brings in natural light to classrooms and common spaces.
Designed for high bay commercial facility applications, this tubular daylighting device features a 29" diameter opening.
This online simulation tool enables facility managers to view the impact of proposed daylighting designs before construction, while also having the option of viewing "what if" alternatives.
The development of daylighting metrics has been the subject of considerable effort and debate, but no widely accepted metric has emerged to help recognize well-daylit buildings. Although simulation software exists to assist in daylight analysis, these programs are often overly complex and involve a high level of expertise. On the other hand, rule-of-thumb approaches that are often used to aid in the decision making process are based on overly simplified assumptions.
Public input to help shape the 2010 version of Standard 90.1 is being sought through 21 proposed addenda.