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Energy+Eco

Leadership in Building Health and Safety Recognized

ESD’s Willis Tower headquarters has successfully recertified its WELL Health-Safety Rating for another year. (Read More)

Zelazny Joins Panel for CoreNet Global Event Focused on ESG

Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) criteria are a set of standards followed by companies and organizations looking to operate in a more socially conscious, ethical, and ecologically responsible way. (Read More)

ESD Earns Multiple Illinois ASHRAE Excellence in Engineering Awards

Recognized for outstanding engineering, three different ESD projects were awarded 2021 Illinois ASHRAE Technology Awards. (Read More)

Commercial Real Estate Sustainability: 2022 Outlook

In just a few short years, the term “net zero” has evolved from its birthplace in the halls of scientific academia to take its place in the spotlight of public discussions about mitigating the dangers of climate change. (Read More)

Malhi Explains Distinction Between Indoor Health Measurements

Indoor air quality (IAQ) and indoor environmental quality (IEQ) may share similar acronyms, but their definitions set them apart in evaluating the health of your building. (Read More)

ESD Project Wins International Recognition

110 North Wacker building is being recognized as one of the top 10 international buildings out of more than 300 reviewed by an international jury of architectural experts. (Read More)

Patel Shares Views on Wrangling Flood of Smart Building Data

As new internet of things (IoT) devices are added to existing building automation systems, the information they return can be overwhelming. (Read More)

Why Now is the Best Time to Improve Energy Efficiency in Buildings

As a popular Chinese proverb states, the best time to plant a tree is 20 years ago. The second-best time is now. The same could be said about planting the seeds for energy reduction and improved efficiency in commercial buildings. (Read More)

Comparing Building Certifications

A recap of a BOMA Suburban Chicago webinar examines various building certifications that anticipate return to the office concerns. (Read More)