Before installing 75F, Merrick, Inc.’s legacy controls system was outdated and no longer supported. Due to insufficient monitoring and alerts, a heat pump failure that could not be solved for two months forced employees to wear their winter coats in the office.
As COVID-19 vaccines begin distribution, many in the buildings industry are wondering what workplace occupancy will look like. In this webcast session, hosts explore occupancy trends in coworking spaces, and what occupants are looking for when considering a return to the workplace.
Even as COVID-19 vaccines begin distribution around the globe, visionaries in the commercial buildings industry say the trajectory of the built environment cannot revert to its path before the pandemic. That may not be a bad thing, they say.
While most people associate utility incentives with building efficiency upgrades, the COVID-19 pandemic has begun to spur utility providers to start initiatives for indoor air quality (IAQ). In 75F's Dec. 15 webcast session, we discussed this shift with Great River Energy and Vermont Energy Investment Corporation.
Commercial real estate is in a completely different landscape today than it was 12 months ago. In this webcast, 75F pairs with The Brookshire Company to examine the current state of CRE and delve into action steps real estate professionals and facility managers can take to better position their assets for a post-pandemic market.
75F’s engineers have been working hard over the last couple years to scale up a platform that will take building intelligence to the next level. In this webcast, 75F founder and CEO, Deepinder Singh, illustrates the ways in which our new native operating system and AI, Athena, is more open, more scalable, and more connected.