Today’s blog post comes from the July edition of Aircuity’s monthly newsletter, Aircuity Monitor. In this month’s issue, you’ll learn about a case study from Northwestern University and how Aircuity helped this school save energy, along with how they created a better indoor environment for students and faculty. Also featured is information about the 2017 I2SL Annual Conference and awards dinner in Boston this October, as well as the opportunity for you to attend an open house & cocktail reception with Aircuity. You won’t want to miss out on this issue…
Northwestern University: Energy Savings, 3 Year Payback, Data for EH&S
Aircuity is currently installed in 8 of Northwestern University’s buildings. Most recently, they have been involved with the school’s Arthur and Gladys Pancoe Life Sciences Pavillion, a building that functions a laboratory, office, and teaching space for researchers at Northwestern. The school turned to Aircuity with hopes of upgrading the building’s control platform while also reducing energy consumption. As a result, Aircuity has provided numerous benefits for the school, including an annual savings of $117,000, a 3-year payback, and an overall healthier environment for occupants of the building.
Keep reading the full case study to learn more about this project!
Join the Smart Air Matters LinkedIn Group
Smart Air Matters is moderated by and featuring posts from experts in airside efficiency and how it relates to HVAC issues. This group will discuss airside innovations focused on making buildings more energy efficient and healthier for occupants. The group will be a good source of information for a wide range of people – and that includes facility managers, architects, engineers, environmental health and safety officers, and industrial hygienists. We will also be looking at all kinds of buildings – commercial offices, research facilities, classrooms, hospitals, museums, government buildings and even sports arenas. If you haven’t already joined, please click here!
I2SL 2017 Annual Conference
The I2SL Annual Conference is the leading international conference, focused on strategies to meet the challenges of energy efficiency and environmental sustainability in laboratories and related facilities. This year’s I2SL Annual Conference will be held in Boston, Massachusetts, from October 15th through the 18th. In addition to the conference, Go Beyond Award and North American Laboratory Freezer Challenge winners will be honored at the awards dinner. Click here to register for the conference, awards dinner, and other events!
Aircuity Events during I2SL: Open Houses and Cocktail Reception
But wait, there’s more! Not only can you attend the I2SL Annual Conference, but Aircuity will also be holding two open houses as casual opportunities to visit their headquarters, plus a fireside cocktail reception which is a 5-minute walk from the hotel. You are cordially invited to come to one (or both!) and get to know Aircuity better.
Aircuity Cocktails by the Fire
Where: Post 390 Restaurant; 406 Stuart Street in Boston (0.3 miles from the hotel)
When: Tuesday, October 17th, 5:30-7:30 PM
Click here to contact Cheryl McIntosh, our Boston Aircuity rep, to learn about registering for this fun, relaxing, and informative cocktail hour event!
Aircuity Open Houses
Where: 55 Chapel Street Newton, MA (Aircuity is a 20-minute ride from the hotel)
When: Sunday, October 15th 3:00 – 5:00 PM (Catch the second half of the Patriots game along with drinks and appetizers)
Wednesday, October 18th 2:00 – 4:00 PM (Tours and snacks)
Click here to contact Cheryl McIntosh, our Boston Aircuity rep, to learn how to register for an open house and get to know Aircuity and it’s people!
Please feel free to email Cheryl for more information about the events above.
For more information about Aircuity and how we can provide you with their demand control ventilation solutions contact us today at 860.291.8886, email Tom Proietti or Cheryl McIntosh. You can also visit us on the web. Don’t forget to follow us on social media: Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+ and YouTube!