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By Dina Belon
“Building tune-ups” is the latest phraseology for energy audits that increase energy efficiency. A building tune-up is similar to getting your car serviced – you wouldn’t buy a beautiful new Tesla and not take it in for its regularly scheduled…
Commercial Real Estate | Higher Education | Sustainability
By Bronwen Carpenter
We focus on prevention a lot when we talk about sustainability. Common sense sustainability techniques prevent and repair damage to the planet’s natural resources. But as someone once said, there’s no force greater than the force of nature. So while…
Higher Education | Sustainability
Universities looking to save money should start with energy efficiency measures. Knowing how to capture energy savings now has the single most dramatic impact on the excessive utility bills of college campuses years into the future. Campus buildings are typically…
High performance real estate is more common and its value is finally understood, but many people still believe that all of these efficient green buildings are new, shiny developments. Yes - it’s typical to apply the latest sustainability strategies and…
Abundance Thinking | Green Buildings | Higher Education | Sustainability
By Deborah Hanamura
Architect Magazine recently released its list of the top 50 architects of 2015. Architect Magazine considers several factors when compiling their list – including revenue, involvement of women and minority designers, and company culture. The list also presented the perfect…
Commercial Real Estate | Higher Education | Industrial | Leadership | Mixed Use and Retail | Multifamily | Sustainability
Campus buildings have competing needs for thermal comfort, energy efficiency and ever changing space needs as well as demands on facility staff time to maintain comfortable and efficient environments. These competing needs often result in buildings that are not operating…
Advanced Commissioning | Commissioning | Higher Education
By Hanna Swaintek
If there’s a college-bound senior in your life, you probably know it’s acceptance letter time—when thousands of students anxiously await notification about the applications they spent months developing. Then comes the difficult decision on which school to attend. What role…
By Paladino and Company
We’ve made some organizational changes at Paladino in 2015 to better serve our clients. Our sustainability practices are now focused by industry. An experienced market leader heads each industry sector team, spanning commercial real estate, higher education, high tech &…
Abundance Thinking | Commercial Real Estate | High Tech and Biotech | Higher Education | Hospitality | Industrial | Leadership | Mixed Use and Retail | Multifamily
By Brian Walker
Use of variable refrigerant flow (VRF) technology, already popular in Japan and Europe, is growing in the United States. Developers are using VRF in many types of buildings, including multi-family residential, schools, and office buildings. Because of its efficiency, VRF…
Advanced Commissioning | Commercial Real Estate | Green Buildings | Higher Education | Multifamily | Sustainability
By Maggie Santolla
Harvard is not only a leader in education but also in its commitment to sustainability. The University has made remarkable progress in achieving its sustainability goals by transforming its culture. There are 85 LEED certified building projects on campus. An additional 23…
Change Management | Employee Engagement | Green Buildings | Higher Education | LEED | Sustainability