Habitat for Humanity Goes Green
When Habitat for Humanity-St. Louis found vacant property just north of downtown, the construction team wanted to build homes that were not only energy efficient but safe for its new tenants. The nonprofit agency was able to accomplish both by using sustainable materials and installing ecofriendly products, such as tankless water heaters, geo exchange heating and cooling systems, structural insulated panels, white TPO roofs, low (volatile organic compounds) VOC paints and copper fire sprinkler systems.
- Alternative Joining Systems Meet the Challenge
- Feel the Breeze
- Copper Joins the Huddle
- Solar Systems Use Copper to Harness Sun's Energy
Copper Alternative Joining Systems: A+
For new construction or repairs, copper is still the benchmark for plumbing and heating systems due to its reliability, long life, and overall value. With today's new joining methods, copper can continue to offer school districts a lifetime of safety and value while cutting down on installation, labor and future repair costs.
- New Metal on Campus
- Power Quality on Campus: Electrical Infrastructure is a Top Priority at Renowned Computing Center
- Antimicrobial Copper at the Head of the Class
- An Education in Copper
Keeping History Fresh
Dangling in the air, dozens of stories on top of the Georgia State Capitol Building to airlift an iconic statue for renovation can be nerve-wracking for the craziest of thrill-seekers. But for Cameron Forbes, it's just another day in the office.
- Copper is at Center of HVAC Design Renaissance
- Antimicrobial Copper: Everything Old is New Again
- CDA Supports Tomorrow's Tradesmen through Education and Skills Competition
- Copper Wiring Standard Meets the Need for Speed in Commercial Building Applications