Case Studies & Projects

Remote Monitoring and Control, Temporary Climate Solutions

Managing humidity in a NCAA ice rink

Despite being thrilling venues for sports and recreation, indoor ice rinks are often faced with humidity challenges that cause condensation and fog. Humidity issues stem from various factors including arena spectators, rink users, inadequate ventilation, and temperature differentials. When moisture condenses on cold surfaces, such as ice, it can create disruptive fog and sweating or water droplets that cover seats, glass partitions, and the ice surface itself. If not addressed and managed properly issues like these can compromise playing conditions and venue revenues.

Remote Monitoring and Control, Temporary Climate Solutions, Emergency Drying Services

Remote monitoring expedites senior care center recovery from water damage

A newly constructed 103-suite senior living center in Oregon was 2 weeks away from opening when the fire suppression system malfunctioned. Despite being recently tested, a sprinkler on the second floor ran for over 100 minutes before someone was notified. Water cascaded over the freshly installed drywall, carpet, and surrounding materials. Emergency response companies were contracted to extract the water and start demolition.

Remote Monitoring and Control, Temporary Climate Solutions

Protecting casework in new UCSD campus construction

In the fall of 2019, approximately 11,530 undergraduates were housed in facilities designed for 9,366 occupants. This was simply one of the motivators for UC San Diego to expand and create more space for students and faculty. The Theatre District Living and Learning Neighborhood project would include a total of 5 buildings ranging in height from 9 to 21 stories. This new build includes residential space, administrative offices, classrooms, restaurants, and retail spaces and is expected to be completed with a minimum Silver LEED Certification.

Remote Monitoring and Control, Temporary Climate Solutions

Protecting mass timber and construction on PDX Next, Portland airport expansion project

PDX Next, the Portland airport expansion project is a transformative endeavor that uses Oregon’s natural resource of beautiful mass timber in its iconic soaring roof. Compared to concrete and steel, mass timber is quicker to build, uses far less energy, stores carbon, and connects occupants to nature. Contractors responsible for protecting mass timber and other materials wanted to make sure the indoor conditions were properly managed throughout the project.

Remote Monitoring and Control, Temporary Climate Solutions

Climatizing an EV battery materials warehouse

The electric vehicle market is booming. Along with that is the demand for specialized warehouse space designed and equipped for the unique storage needs and handling requirements of the batteries that power these “green” vehicles.

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