FHI Convention Center
1825 Connecticut Ave. NW, 8th Floor
Washington, DC, 20009
The Tenth Annual NAESCO Federal Workshop is a forum for private and public sector representatives to talk candidly about the evolving role of ESPCs in the federal marketplace. The Workshop focus will continue to be on the key elements, updates, changes, processes, and people in the vast Federal energy efficiency market.
Article | ENR California (February 2015)
After earning his master's degree in architectural engineering from Pennsylvania State University, Christopher Taylor worked on numerous design-build government and health care projects for Southland Industries' mid-Atlantic division.
Join Southland Constructability Leader Jason Calcagno for an in depth look at Southland’s current BIM process during Barton Malow Company’s eastern region meeting.
Article | FMJ (2014)
In today’s marketplace, companies need strong leaders to stay competitive. This business fact applies as much to the facility management domain as it does to the construction industry. Both sectors face growing demands from customers for new and better ways of doing things. Companies must continually improve their products, processes and people to ensure customer satisfaction.
Energy 2014 is designed to help you do your job better by giving you details on the latest energy-saving strategies and products, opportunities to network with your colleagues to discuss new applications and strategies, and information from the experts on successful case studies and projects.
The West Coast Energy Management Congress (EMC) is the largest energy conference and technology expo held on the U.S. West Coast specifically for business, industrial and institutional energy users. It brings together the top experts in all areas of the field to help you set a clear, optimum path to energy efficiency, facility optimization and sustainability, as well as innovation solutions to improve your ROI.
With more and more companies embracing the open architecture concept, there is no question that its application to the data center stack has provided an enormous benefit to large enterprises such as Facebook. Proponents have touted its many advantages, including scalability, efficiency, and cost reduction.
A building's skin is a critical interface between occupant comfort and the variations of season and climate.