This episode features Missy Stults, Sustainability and Innovations Director for the City of Ann Arbor, MI, one of 11 communities being funded by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Geothermal Technologies Office to design a community geothermal heating and cooling system.
Through new rules released September 12, 2023, the DOB has amended Local Law 97 to allow building owners to mitigate fines in the first reporting period, 2024 – 2029, by demonstrating a “good faith effort” to de-carbonize their buildings, which is defined in the new rules.
This episode offers a preview of UW Health’s Eastpark Medical Center in Madison, WI. Expected to be fully open by Fall 2024, the seven-story outpatient facility will offer advanced imaging and lab services, destination services, multidisciplinary adult specialties, and women’s complex care.
If you’re attending the 2023 Healthcare Facilities Symposium—or any other healthcare conference on the horizon—you can gain some insight into some of the formal or informal discussions sure to be heard by perusing the following curated collection of recent IMEG healthcare-related blogs, executive guides, and podcasts.
By Mindy Haffke New conservation measures by the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) to reduce water consumption in the Las Vegas Valley require new and innovative solutions for HVAC cooling systems that utilize methods other than water. Due to the extreme drought conditions in the area, the water level in Lake Mead, which is a
California has adopted new building codes to limit embodied carbon emissions in large buildings and school buildings, effective July 1, 2024.
By Brian Leavitt The roof area of larger warehouses, distribution centers, and industrial facilities has limited value beyond the physical protection of the contents. The traditional costs and revenues associated with industrial space are already set by market forces. Creative strategies can leverage more cashflow from the same square footage and provide a business advantage.
The state of the hospitality industry—and the trends to watch—are discussed with IMEG Director of Hospitality Bob Winter in the first in a series of episodes featuring the firm’s market leaders. “Last year, 2022, was a tremendous year in the market for design and construction,” Bob says, citing the recovery of occupancy rates as the
What is a microgrid? What are its benefits? Does it offer a good return on investment? Answers to these questions and more are discussed in an IMEG podcast featuring Mike Zorich, IMEG’s Vice President of Healthcare, and Eric Vandenbroucke, Senior Director of Healthcare. “A microgrid is a collection of power sources in addition to your
IMEG’s Structural Sustainability Task Force is setting bigger goals for reducing embodied carbon in 2023.