sponsored content | Plumbing| April 05, 2016
This white paper seeks to layout the current state of gender-neural restroom design, and point to possible impacts on space planning as “potty parity” moves into this new realm.
sponsored content | Daylighting| April 01, 2016
Using integrated daylighting systems with novel prismatic optics and high-efficiency lighting to optimize rates of return on metal envelope systems with good thermal and barrier performance.
sponsored content | Green| March 21, 2016
This white paper investigates energy conservation and related cost savings with indoor air biofilters.
sponsored content | Fire and Life Safety| February 04, 2016
This white paper covers the basic types of active and passive fire protection systems, products and assemblies, and wraps up with a primer on expansion joint fire barriers.
sponsored content | October 23, 2015
A decision to retrofit a building is a complex decision that involves many performance factors, including occupant comfort. The counsel you offer requires a thorough understanding of all investment, aesthetic and comfort considerations. Pella EFCO...
sponsored content | Vertical Transportation| September 30, 2015
Over time, elevator interiors can get damaged … especially if the cab is used for both passengers and freight. Even with the best padded intentions, freight and furniture movers and delivery drivers ding up, gouge and scuff walls with dollies, carts...
sponsored content | September 16, 2015
Whatever project management software you choose, it should make your life easier. That’s why PM software was created: to coordinate the effort between members of a team and impose order on the projects they’re juggling. A good PM solution allows you...
sponsored content | Flooring| July 24, 2015
Polymers derived from bio-based sources, such as corn, can show the same chemical properties that we find in polymers derived from petrochemicals, with far less environmental impact. This white paper discusses carpet fiber made from bio-based...
sponsored content | July 15, 2015
For years, architects, building owners, and facility managers relied on incomplete building system information for critical retrofit decisions. Standard component surveys might say a lot about a discrete system like the HVAC, lighting or interior...
sponsored content | Fire and Life Safety| July 10, 2015
Any sort of structure fire is a nightmare scenario, and there is always the risk of death and injury. Evacuations have attendant risks, too, especially when they happen in inclement weather. The need to compartmentalize fire and smoke to reduce...