Tag: energy

Jewett and Center For Wildlife Charge Forward

Jewett and Center For Wildlife Charge Forward

| May 1, 2019

York, ME – Plans and permits were approved in January for the new Center for Wildlife conservation medicine and education facility and campus in York. Jewett Construction is the construction manager for the new 16,000sf wildlife medical clinic and visitor center facility that is being designed by McHenry Architects of Portsmouth, N.H. and civil engineering […]

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Police HQ Breaks Ground

Police HQ Breaks Ground

| May 1, 2019

Medford, MA – Elected officials and CTA Construction staff were joined by Medford Law Enforcement leadership recently to break ground on a new energy-efficient police headquarters in the city. The new three-story facility will be located directly behind the existing facility, and will provide more than 35,000sf of space for the department. Waltham-based CTA Construction won […]

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Froling Boiler System Saves School $50,000

Froling Boiler System Saves School $50,000

| March 27, 2019

Weare, NH – John Stark High School (SAU 24) is now being heated by a dry wood chip boiler system installed by Froling Energy of Peterborough. At the new heating system’s core is a 1.7 million BTU/hour Schmid UTSK biomass boiler. It is being fed screened semidry wood chips (Froling Energy’s PDCs) from a steel […]

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Millersville U Builds Net Energy Welcome Ctr.

Millersville U Builds Net Energy Welcome Ctr.

| March 1, 2019

by  Mary Acciani Millersville, PA – The recently opened Lombardo Welcome Center at Millersville University was designed by AKF Group to be the first net-zero building on campus and is part of the university’s plan to become carbon neutral by 2040. Utilizing a combination of strategies, the building is expected to use less energy over […]

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Braintree RE Firm Exceeds $15M in No-Cost Energy Retrofits

| February 28, 2019

Braintree, MA – Peabody Properties, a full-service real estate and property management firm, has attained a total of $15 million in no-cost energy retrofits throughout its portfolio of managed communities as a result of recent retrofitting projects. With the addition of new technology to existing systems, savings has been realized in lighting, refrigeration, boiler, water […]

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Aiming for Net Zero in Public Buildings: Eight Principles

Aiming for Net Zero in Public Buildings: Eight Principles

| February 12, 2019

by Jeffrey J. Garriga Buildings account for as much as 40% of all energy consumed in the United States.   To make the country more energy efficient, government programs increasingly promote net zero energy usage in public buildings. Here are eight guiding principles for the project design phases that will assist in producing buildings that […]

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Sherman Joins Stantec

Sherman Joins Stantec

| December 6, 2018

New York – Brett Sherman has joined Stantec as a principal based in its New York City office. In this role, he will focus on expanding the group’s footprint in existing markets — splitting his time between New York and Boston — and developing into new geographies and market sectors.  Sherman joins Stantec with more […]

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Eversource Shines Light on Nonprofit

Eversource Shines Light on Nonprofit

| October 9, 2018

 Newton, MA – When The Second Step began focusing on lighting challenges at its two locations in Newton, they partnered with Eversource to make energy-efficiency improvements, saving an estimated $12,000 in annual energy costs.  The Second Step, founded in 1992, is a nonprofit that has helped thousands of domestic violence survivors build brighter futures for […]

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NECA Boston Student Chapter Enters Green Energy Challenge

NECA Boston Student Chapter Enters Green Energy Challenge

| May 25, 2018

Boston, MA – The NECA Boston/ Wentworth Institute of Techology Student Chapter has submitted its entry into the 2018 Electri-International/NECA Green Energy Challenge. Its proposal is to provide energy-efficiency upgrades to the 112 Southampton Street Shelter in Boston. The project scope detailed in the proposal includes a comprehensive lighting retrofit to LED and daylight sensing control […]

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Froling Energy Holds Biomass Technology Conference

Froling Energy Holds Biomass Technology Conference

| May 11, 2018

Keene, NH – Froling Energy, a New Hampshire based mechanical contractor focused on biomass boiler systems, welcomed dozens of mechanical engineers from all over the Northeast to participate in a conference focused on state-of-the-art biomass boiler system technology. Participants and presenters came from as far away as Scotland and Switzerland to connect with colleagues and hear […]

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