Posts tagged ‘architect’

September 29, 2015, 12:25 pm

New E-Newsletter Issues, New Look

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Our latest Engineer and Architect E-Newsletters explore K-12 educational facilities. The editions address questions like:

  • What goes into specifying and designing an effective school?
  • What new HVAC technologies will help teachers teach better and students learn better?
  • What innovations are taking place in schools around the world?
  • What are some examples of schools done right?

An added excitement is our E-Newsletters’ new look. You saw the difference when each E-Newsletter arrived in your inbox. You’ll see it on the PDFs, as well. The issues are shorter, punchier and even more visual.

We hope you’ll enjoy and share these issues, as well as issues from our archive. As always, we welcome any feedback.

May 14, 2015, 4:06 pm

AIA 2015: A-List in A-Town

May 14_AIA 2015 ImageWant to see what the “materials and technologies of tomorrow” look like today? Join us at the AIA Convention 2015 in Atlanta and walk the 170,000-square-foot exhibition floor to witness the building industry’s innovation and forward-thinking firsthand.

AIA 2015 will kick off today with f ormer President Bill Clinton delivering the keynote speech. The AIA Convention is the industry’s largest architectural and design event and will run through Saturday, May 16. Two hundred seminars – including one on the design and construction of the 9/11 Memorial Museum – and over 50 tours of Atlanta’s most iconic sites will take place over the next three days to offer attendees an exclusive look at the past, present and future of architecture.

Come to booth #4259 to learn how HVAC fits into the design solution. We’re showcasing our state-of-the-art, energy-efficient solutions and controls technologies that are improving the way architects design buildings and how people achieve personal comfort control.

The AIA Convention is truly an architectural and design party you don’t want to miss. Stop by booth #4259 to see how we’re joining in the celebration.

February 5, 2015, 5:30 pm

Winter 2015 E-Newsletters Now Available Online

February 5_Winter Newsletters Now Available ImageOur latest Architect and Engineer E-Newsletters have hit the virtual newsstands and this time, the spotlight is on the industry’s health and wellness sector.

Health and wellness facilities are complex spaces with strict needs and sensitive occupants. As a result, designing and specifying the HVAC for these institutions can be complicated. We decided to help simplify the processes in the winter issues by educating architects and engineers about what needs to be considered when tackling the HVAC for these facilities – and how VRF technology meets the variety of needs demanded of them. As with all Architect and Engineer E-Newsletters, the issues also feature:

  • Important updates to industry codes and standards
  • Latest trends and developments in the health and wellness arena that will impact the construction of the facilities in the future
  • Case studies that showcase successful VRF installations in a Colorado-based medical center and two Southern hospitals

Learn how VRF can transform these generally impersonal, energy-consuming facilities into comfortable and sustainable buildings. If you haven’t already, click here to subscribe to the Architect E-Newsletter and here to subscribe to Engineer.

Written by MitsubishiHVAC
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