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Announcing Winter Promotions, Including our Newest Principal, Peter Arbour

Adrian Tuluca a Energy Manager Today 75 Honoree

September 06, 2018 | Energy Efficiency & Sustainability

Congratulations to the Energy Manager Today 75 Honorees

The Energy Manager Today 75 is a list of the top 75 executives in energy management as selected by the Editorial and Management team at Business Sector Media, based on applications supplied by the individual, a peer, co-worker, manager, vendor, or customer.

Selections were qualitative with a heavy emphasis on project goals and achievement. As well as numeric, in regards to goals for reduction, productivity, etc.

This is the second year of the program, and grew from 50 top execs in 2017 to 75 in 2018.

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Reimagining 200 Park Avenue

As we prepare for The Metals in Construction magazine 2018 Design Challenge: Design the Next-Generation Facade, we'll do a look back at last year's competition.

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Materials Health Track

Catherine Bobenhausen, CIH, CSP, LEED AP BD+C, Senior Industrial Hygienist at Vidaris, Inc., will be speaking at Living Future 2017 in Seattle, Washington on May 19th.  Known as the leading event for regenerative design, Catherine will be joining Susan Kaplan of HLW, Lisa Britton of Industrial Louvers and Joel Todd of HPDC in a session that discusses the hot topic of material health.  The below interview was crafted for/by Living Future 2017, and can be viewed here.

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Planes, Trains and Automobiles: LEED O&M Transit Pilot Rating System

Vidaris knows planes, trains and automobiles – from airport terminals, bus depots, major subway stations and maintenance facilities - we’ve helped our clients overcome some pretty big challenges.  That’s why we’re super excited about the USGBC’s announcement of the LEED O&M – Transit pilot rating system. 

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2016: 12 Major Moments

As we close out the year we decided to take a moment and reflect on some of the major moments in Commerical Real Estate and the A/E/C industry. 

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Detangling the Energy Code

Energy Codes set minimum efficiency requirements for newly constructed buildings, providing energy savings and emissions reductions over the life of a building. It gets even more complicated when you realize that the Energy Code is really two codes in one: NYS/NYC Energy Conservation Code or ASHRAE 90.1 bound in a national model code (IECC). 

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Event Wrap Up: Mastering the Materials Market

Members of the NYC Collaborative gathered on Monday, August 15th to discuss materials transparency and health in manufacturing.

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3 Projects Win Awards at Council on Tall Buildings

The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH)  announced the winners and finalists for the CTBUH 2016 Tall Building Awards. Vidaris is proud to have been a building envelope and sustainability consultant on three of the awarded projects. Congratulations to all who worked so hard on these projects! 

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Project Update: 10 Hudson Yards

On May 31st, 10 Hudson Yards officially opened. The first of the Hudson Yards development by Related-Oxford will house the new Coach headquarters and other offices including L'Oreal, SAP, Boston Consulting Group, VanyerMedia and more. 

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