LEED-ing the Way in Green Building

Sometimes, the best-laid plans in design and construction don’t get translated into practice. What happens once the construction workers leave and the ribbon-cutting is over — the operations and ongoing maintenance — plays a big role in making sure that building lives up to the energy efficiency standards promised.

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ACCA Names New CEO and President

After 17 years with the association, Paul Stalknecht, president and CEO, is leaving ACCA. To fill his position, the board of directors named Barton James interim president and CEO.

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Casino Opts for HVAC Skill Over Taking a Chance

In 2015, Pechanga held an official groundbreaking to add 568 rooms and suites to its existing hotel facilities and to expand the resort’s dining, spa, outdoor recreation, and meeting facilities.

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As Slow Season Looms, HVAC Contractors Prepare to Weather the Storm

It’s a simple fact of the industry that extreme temperatures in the hotter summer months and colder winter months generate a greater need for heating and cooling. That leaves HVAC contractors with a bit of a predicament in terms of how to bring in revenue during the off-season months.

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Talking Business at Tempo Air

If you walk into the Tempo building near the site of the old Dallas Cowboys stadium and ask for opinions about the industry and the economy, you better take good notes, because the slow-talking Texans have a lot to say.

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