Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Legrand articles below.
The Internet of Things (IoT) and the underlying data centers technology will play a pivotal role in the formation of the “new normal."
Mighty Mac correctional luminaires were created specifically to keep staff and inmates safe. They are impervious to vandalism and contraband concealment and have no access points of any kind, including doors and hinges.
The Solar Charging Kit adds USB charging for mobile devices to commercial and hospitality outdoor spaces without the time or hassle of a full construction project.
“Smaller is better” echoes down many server rack corridors, followed by: “Is it going to simplify a process or save money?”
With the rise of mobile technology and more millennials in the workforce, productivity depends on effective charging solutions.
What does adding a digital layer to traditional security look like? And, what is the future shaping up to be for security in the built environment?
Download this case study from Legrand and find out how the Outdoor Ground Box survived 53 inches of water from Hurricane Harvey without missing a beat.
The right balance of daylighting and daylight harvesting strategies can provide health, productivity, and energy saving benefits: Here’s how to get the most out of your facility’s automated shading system.
The Center for Green Schools at the U.S. Green Building Council, in collaboration with the Green Schools National Network (GSNN), announced recipients of the 2018 Best of Green Schools Awards in Denver this week.
Having launched its IoT program, ELIOT, in 2016, Legrand continues to introduce key products and form strategic partnerships with companies including Amazon, Cisco, Ivani, Samsung, and Marriott.
With Daylight Saving Time around the corner, consider the potential benefits of daylighting and daylight harvesting for your facilities.
New and expanded options address the growing need for dependable and attractive power and charging stations in facilities.
Take a look at these changes in the 2015 Michigan Energy Code that will take effect on September 20, 2017.
On August 21, many people will be at work, school, or another type of facility when a solar eclipse occurs.
Designed for LED fixtures, these economical, contractor grade sensors meet all code compliant lighting controls requirements.
Solutions that deliver and control power, light, and data are aimed at helping hotel management elevate the form and function of their properties.
The wall switch occupancy sensor, the WS-301, now features convenient Manual-ON control, ensuring maximum energy savings and code compliance.
The DW-311 extends control to small and medium-sized applications including rooms with partitions such as restrooms, large offices, conference rooms with cubical walls, and classrooms.
In an effort to promote proactive recycling and waste reduction practices within workplace environments, Legrand is offering a free “Trash Madness” toolkit.
The provider of power, light and data products and expertise has created the program to advance connectivity and intelligence in the built environment and enhance the value of connected products.
The partnership will enable new lighting applications while reducing the complexity of design, installation, and operation of advanced LED lighting systems.
Legrand North America has been recognized for Programmatic Excellence within the Industry Data Exchange Association, Inc.’s (IDEA) data certification program.
In response to the damaging floods in the Bayou-Lafayette region of Louisiana and other natural disaster events in the U.S., the company has set up a relief fund.
To be considered "high performance," buildings must optimize across multiple attributes, including not only energy efficiency and sustainability, but also productivity, security and functionality.
New Vantage keypad sets the standard for wireless lighting control and is perfect for transition areas such as corridors and hallways in modern hotels and offices.
At Legrand North America headquarters, this energy technology provides nearly 90% of the electricity to operate the 263,000 square foot facility.
Available in three models, these pedestals combine charging outlets with lighting to support demand for connectivity in outdoor spaces.
Five electrical design principles help to integrate and optimize systems in demanding facilities.
Find out how to breathe new life into your building with Legrand, a global specialist in electrical and digital building infrastructures.
A manufacturing plant in Welland, Ontario was renovated and expanded to deliver timely production. From the August 2013 issue.
Legrand has introduced several new Wiremold Plug-in Outlet Centers that provide surge protection for office, commercial, school, and medical applications.