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UMass Medical School Albert Sherman Center

By Damir Beciri
1 February 2013

umass-medical-school-albert-sherman-center-1University of Massachusetts Worcester campus recently got its greenest academic building which was awarded with LEED Gold certification. Although we can’t say that Albert Sherman Center can be classified among most sustainable architecture projects we previously wrote about, it is still important since it serves as an example how large academic buildings can be built,… »


Chiller system problems solved with Belimo Energy Valve

By Damir Beciri
3 September 2012

belimo-energy-valve-1The use of chillers is becoming increasingly popular in temperature control, however, they do tend to spend much more energy than needed due to design flaws of the system which lead to Low Delta-T Syndrome. Low Delta-T Syndrome is a costly problem in many large facilities, and folks from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)… »


Green architecture – Vertical Screen World Headquarters

By Damir Beciri
One Comment20 November 2011

vertical-screen-world-hq-1The new headquarters building of the applicant screening firm Vertical Screen represents an interesting example of sustainable architecture that recently received LEED Platinum certification. The project showcases nearly seamless integration of sustainable features into the building’s interesting envelope, and it is also noticeable by the extensive use of reclaimed materials and renewable sources in its… »