Case Studies & Projects

Temporary Climate Solutions

Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge climate control

Scheduled for completion by 2016, Pearl Harbor Memorial is a 10-lane bridge. One of the first extra-dosed cable-stayed bridges constructed in the U.S., it is the centerpiece of a $2.2 billion mega-project to reconstruct and widen 7.2 miles of I-95 in Connecticut between West Haven and Branford.

Temporary Climate Solutions

High temperatures challenge Radisson Blu hotel construction

For decades, Radisson Blu has been well-known as a luxury hotel brand in Europe and Asia. To bring the brand to the US in a big way, Radisson located its flagship property at the Mall of America in Minneapolis - the largest retail mall in the country.

Temporary Climate Solutions

Dorchester General's fast recovery after Hurricane Irene

Built in the 1960s, Dorchester General Hospital of Shore Health System is a three-story, 52-bed, brick-built community hospital, providing 24-hour emergency services. When Hurricane Irene unleashed its fury in eastern Maryland, USA, it spared no one in its path – including Dorchester General Hospital in Cambridge.

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Dehumidifiers help frozen food factory combat moisture problems after daily wash downs

In the food manufacturing industry, ensuring product safety, and adhering to stringent regulations is of utmost importance. The Ore-Ida plant, known for its production of frozen foods like the popular Bagel Bites, tater tots and frozen french fries, faced a recurring challenge with condensation during their production process. However, by embracing the concept of desiccant dehumidification, Ore-Ida discovered an effective solution that not only reduced fog and condensation but also improved overall operating efficiency.

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Lock coating with lead abatement and climate control

The Okeechobee Inland Waterway connects the Atlantic Ocean with the Gulf of Mexico, allowing boats to pass through Florida from the city of Stuart on the east coast through Lake Okeechobee to Fort Myers on the west. Along this 152-mile waterway are five locks, which allow the vessels traveling through to ascend as much as 13 feet at a single lift. Along with navigation, the waterway has been built to provide Florida citizens with multiple benefits of reduced flood damage, environmental protection, and recreation.

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