On March 24, from 2 – 3 p.m. EST, be sure to join us for our virtual roundtable promoted by Student Housing Business: HVAC and Student Housing – Challenges & Solutions for Today’s Campus. Register now!
When selecting HVAC equipment for student housing, there are multiple factors to consider: student comfort, system management, sound levels and design flexibility. Not to mention, in today’s environment indoor air quality, energy efficiency and cost savings are certainly top of mind. This leads many colleges, universities and higher education building developers to install modern heating and cooling technologies, such as Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) systems.
With compact units, quiet operation and substantial energy savings, VRF technology meets operators’ needs while providing superior comfort for students.
Moderated by Richard Kelley of Student Housing Business magazine, the roundtable discussion will include panelists from Mitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US (METUS), Greystar and The Michaels Organization, who will share the basics and benefits of VRF systems, along with their insider perspectives and experiences using the technology.
- Brian Wright, Director of Educational Sales, METUS
- Joe Shivell, Vice President, A&E, The Michaels Organization
- Will Mahon, Regional Maintenance Manager, Greystar
If you’re unable to join the live roundtable, register now and you’ll receive a link via email when it’s available for on-demand streaming. For more information on VRF technology, please visit MitsubishiPro.com.