How these 3 buildings hit net zero energy
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March 28, 2023

BUILDINGS Buzz Topic: Sustainability and Resilience—Learn about the new facility at Nike World HQ that's dominating the sustainability game on an urban scale.

You’ll also learn about achieving net zero energy in northern climates.

The new 1 million-square-foot headquarters pays homage to the global sports brand’s heritage while dominating the sustainability game at an urban scale.
Thermal labyrinths, solar and heat exchange play a starring role in how this trio of facilities in northern climates achieved net zero energy.
In this third and final episode in our three-part series on sustainable design, we hone in on the higher education market to learn how colleges and universities are meeting aggressive sustainability targets.
With spring on the horizon, it’s almost time to crank up the air conditioners. It’s also time to inspect your heating units. Here’s why.
NEXT Energy Technologies recently installed its energy-generating windows at Patagonia’s corporate headquarters—the first time this technology has been installed on a building. What does it mean for the future of solar power?

Read this eHandBook to understand the importance of designing spaces that take into account the myriad of ways a building can support health and wellness.

The housings for these soap and paper dispensers are made from 100% recycled plastic material that’s recovered from Brightwell’s manufacturing lines and reprocessed in an on-site recycling center.
These thermally broken doors have a reinforced polyamide strip between the inside and outside aluminum profiles to create an insulated barrier in the frame, reducing heat conduction through the metal framing.
This 6-quart cordless commercial backpack vacuum delivers versatility and comfort through cordless efficiency and an advanced filtration system. Tackle everything from daily, routine cleaning through larger challenges, like high-traffic areas.
Use this TPO single-ply roofing membrane with mechanically attached, fully adhered or induction-welded roofing systems. Heat-welded seams create a continuous water-resistant solution for low-slope roofs.