Today is the last day of AHR Expo, and the show is beginning to settle down as we all head back to our normal day-to-day. We hope that all of our teammates, partners, customers, and acquaintances have safe travels wherever you are headed to. Continue reading “Thanks for Visiting Us at AHR Expo!”
Labeled a “first of its kind investment” by the Department of Energy, a funding opportunity for public K-12 school facilities was approved November 26th, 2022. Its name? The Renew America’s Schools Grant.
The first round of these grants will account for $80 million dollars (and the full grant program estimated to total around $500 million dollars) will be allotted for energy improvements that result in direct reduction to school energy costs, increased energy efficiency, and lead to improvements in teacher and student health. Continue reading “Department of Energy’s “Renew America’s Schools” Grant Program”
As we welcome the new year, we’re happy to announce our team will be attending two trade shows over the next few weeks: World of Concrete (January 17-19) and AHR Expo (February 6-8). Continue reading “Upcoming Trade Shows – Visit Us at World of Concrete and AHR Expo!”
Today wrapped up the 2022 ASHE Annual Conference, where our team met with health care facility and engineering professionals to discuss future trends, find new solutions, and showcase our latest products. Continue reading “Thanks for visiting us at the ASHE Annual Conference!”
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, indoor air is up to five times more polluted than outdoor air. That makes sense, as indoor air is often stale and recirculated, with many modern buildings lacking the ability to open windows due to energy-saving designs. But that notion that indoor air is five times more polluted becomes a potentially grave risk, based on a recent report regarding pollution and life expectancies. Continue reading “Indoor Air Pollution Can Drastically Reduce Life Expectancies”