February 2012: Renovation

 

Energy modeling, according to the American Institute of Architects (AIA), is the practice of simulat

The United States is aging, and its buildings are getting older, too.

Surveying the current state of his market, Phil Rose, president of Milwaukee-based Roman Electric Co


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February 2012
As networks get faster, cabling to support them needs upgrading. READ MORE
February 2012
The renewable-power industry is one of the greatest showcases of human innovation and ingenuity, drawing energy from sources that are clean, free and infinite. READ MORE
February 2012
In a far-less-than-robust economy, we find many owners deferring moving to newly purchased or constructed facilities. READ MORE
February 2012
The nation’s largest hydroelectric facility is about to get an upgrade. READ MORE
February 2012
While experimenting with high-frequency current, inventor Nikola Tesla developed an electrodeless lamp, but the concept remained largely unexplored for the next century (exce READ MORE

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