Industry News

In certain tight situations, the spray gun (or can) will not fit, so Chris Green of New Milford, Conn., came up with an easy solution using a scrap piece of electrical wire.

Kingspan Insulation, Atlanta, Ga., is adding capacity to its manufacturing site in Winchester, Va. 

California’s largest net-zero-energy housing development is coming next year to the Central Valley.

The Superior Walls Xi Plus wall systems selected by the Hermitage Club construction team include one-inch foam insulated concrete studs and one-inch foam insulation on the bond beams to help ensure energy efficiency in the townhomes.

In contrast to the fire and explosions at the Crosby site, the larger Houston-area industry is reporting little significant damage and swift progress on overcoming logistical jams and getting back to work.

Two ASHRAE certification programs, the Building Commissioning Professional (BCxP) and Building Energy Assessment Professional (BEAP), have been recognized by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) as meeting the Better Buildings Workforce Guidelines (BBWG).

With 2016 having been the hottest year on record, sustainable technologies like cool roofs are becoming more mainstream among facility managers and architects.

It used to be that high-performance building was a niche market. Achieving energy efficiencies seemed a hurdle too high to get over and too costly to afford. Not anymore.

DowDupont, formed through the merger of chemical giants Dow Chemical and DuPont, is shifting some operations in the three units it plans to create, in a bid to avert a prolonged fight with activist investors over its post-merger plan.