Innovative sustainable designs allow hospitality destinations to reduce operational costs and decrease the carbon footprint associated with the structure.
A wounded war hero is receiving a reward for his service – a new home.
A geothermal system in West Virginia is using natural energy to heat and cool the Morgan County Courthouse. The Morgan Messenger reported that the eco-friendly technology has been running for a few weeks now without incident.
Homeowners Sandy and Patrick Slobodian wanted to have a home that reflected their values about social and environmental responsibility
It seems the average property owner in America is becoming increasingly interested in saving a bit of money and investing in smart building solutions.
Running a hospitality destination results in the consumption of a large amount of energy. According to energy provider National Grid, large hotel in the United States (those that are larger than 8,000 square feet) spend about $1.05 on electricity per square foot each year and $0.25 on natural gas. In an average hotel, lighting, space heating and water heating represent about 60 percent of total energy use.
A new construction site promises to bring new business to Greenwich, Connecticut. JCS Construction Group, Inc. is in the middle of drilling 12 geothermal wells, approximately 500 feet deep, to help keep a new building at a comfortable temperature – all with a more affordable price.