For its 110,000-square-foot project across a number of floors in San Francisco, the software firm Atlassian wanted 100% mobile workstations in their open office space. This required a thorough evaluation of flexible power solutions and the associated architectural impacts.
The Lawrence Berkley National Laboratory estimates that between 5% and 30% of a building’s energy use is wasted due to faults and errors in operations. That’s where Monitoring-Based Commissioning (MBCx) comes in.
The news is out that 151 North Franklin in Chicago, developed by The John Buck Company, became the first high-rise building in the United States to earn the WELL v1 Core & Shell Gold certification. But how did it happen?
With the advent of the Internet of things (IoT), artificial intelligence and robotics, the threat to cybersecurity has entered a new stage in which risks to privacy, integrity and availability are amplified.