Many facility and operation managers are facing a similar problem today: making a compelling business case for addressing aging facility infrastructure to senior leadership. In many instances, if an air handler or heating system isn’t directly contributing to a revenue generating activity, the ROI and payback period can appear unfavourable when compared to an investment… Read more »
What do you think contributes more to Canada’s carbon emissions: passenger cars or buildings? Surprisingly, the answer is buildings.
With COVID-19 and social distancing now a common reality, and the winter and flu season unfolding quickly across the country, we are spending far more time indoors. In the midst of this pandemic, it is now more imperative than ever that we explore and apply ways to reduce the presence and transmission of microorganisms and pathogens in indoor air. In order to do so, improvements to the HVAC systems in our buildings are necessary. Here are five proven strategies for improving indoor air quality.
As R22 supply becomes limited, commercial and industrial building operators across Canada are looking for cost-effective solutions that minimize impact to their daily operations. We are actively working with customers to address R22 based equipment and can work with owners and operators to determine energy efficient solutions that meet operational needs.
Industrial and manufacturing facility operators are under enormous pressure to keep a lid on operating expenses, justify capital expenditures, and keep production moving. It’s a tough job at the best of times despite how advanced building systems have become. On top of that, the impact of COVID-19 has created new challenges for profitability and productivity… Read more »
As a result of COVID-19-related public health guidelines, many buildings across Canada are operating with significantly reduced occupancy. For building operators, this is an opportunity!