Tag: Historic buildings
Like the spooky stuff? Consider a stay in one of Historic Hotels of America's newly announced 2023 Top 25 Most Haunted Hotels.
Facility executives can reference these common ADA questions to ensure their buildings are compliant.
Lilly Endowment Inc. has renewed its support for the National Fund for Sacred Places, extending the program through 2027 and doubling grants to more than $20 million.
If you're craving a bit of holiday cheer, feast your eyes on the Historic Hotels of America's 2022 Top 25 Most Magnificent Gingerbread Displays.
Travelers seeking a ghoulish getaway might consider a stay in one of this year's Top 25 Most Haunted Hotels. (Facility managers, you'll relate to Bob at The Wort Hotel.)
Open-area Smoke Imaging Detection (OSID) offers early warning in high, voluminous spaces without intrusive ceiling mounts.
A five-year, $50M restoration of New Jersey’s largest Black-led arts and entertainment venue is underway, includes reimagining an entire city block.
Part of the National Deep Energy Retrofit program, the U.S. General Services Administration has awarded Johnson Controls the contract to upgrade the buildings' HVAC, lighting, water conservation, and energy management systems.
The now-complete One55™ Series of doors and operable windows combines striking historical visual appearance with unmatched strength and thermal efficiency.
With the current roof in place since 1911, Florida's only Presidential Museum will be protected with a new roof this winter.
The facility is the first century-old building in North America to obtain triple Platinum certification for excellence in environmental performance and digital connectivity.
Restoration experts with Western Specialty Contractors used a stippling method to match the bell tower's original terra cotta appearance.
ASHRAE has published a new guideline for increasing energy efficiency in historic buildings while minimizing the disturbance of the building’s historic character.
As holds the principle of bioethics, so should the approach to treating historic stone: “First, do no harm.”
MIT research finds the reconstruction of this building during the late 19th century was so hindered by pollution that the British government convened scientific inquiries into the effects of the atmosphere on the new building.
What can be done to prevent or mitigate the destruction of culturally significant facilities from fire events?
A lighter footprint makes this approach an attractive one for controlling building systems in existing structures.
Lighting controls and advanced HVAC also gain ground at 2015 IECC final action hearings.