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Working with the local community and experts from American Bird Conservancy, Northwestern University is using state-of-the-art solutions to keep birds from dying in collisions with glass walls and windows.
The popular restaurant, a National Historic Landmark, is Detroit's first C-PACE project.
This 28-page paper provides insight for facility managers to evaluate and maximize the benefits of window system renovation and upgrades.
Kinestral Technologies recently unveiled the first installation of its new Halio smart-tinting glass at Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc.’s San Francisco office.
A building enclosure retrofit can improve energy performance and keep a facility operational without the expenditures of complete demolition or reconstruction.
Eight shadecloth families have earned sustainable status from Cradle to Cradle (C2C) Material Health Certificates, Health Product Declarations®(HPD), and Declare Labels™.
The collaboration combines leading offerings from the two companies to provide a new daylighting/solar control film solution for windows.
Modern, high-performance window systems can have a very noticeable impact on existing buildings’ operational energy costs and their associated HVAC and lighting capacity.
Researchers in the Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin are one step closer to delivering smart windows with a new level of energy efficiency, engineering materials that allow windows to let in light without transferring heat and, conversely, to block light while allowing heat transmission.
Humane and environmental concerns notwithstanding, an increasing number of locales have passed legislation to address this concern.
Free White Paper: Improving the Energy Efficiency Of Aging Commercial Buildings through Window Retrofits
Find out how the Renovate system can offer energy savings of up to 25%, provide consistent indoor thermal comfort, reduce outside noise transmission, contribute points towards LEED certification, and more at a lower cost than a traditional window replacement.
Users can compare energy costs for multiple glazing options in prototypical buildings based on multiple variables.
The U.S. Department of Energy's High Performance Windows Volume Purchase Program is expanding with new products and vendors.
To honor the church’s historic district status and vibrant past, a church building committee was established to turn back the clock on its exterior.
Available with data for eight geographical areas, the Green Product Selection Tool provides performance information about the company's windows.
The company's Peformance Films segment has been awarded funds for continued R&D and commercialization of high performance retrofit window film technology.
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