VRF

When Mark and Gretchen Biedron co-founded the The Willow School (Willow), Gladstone, New Jersey, their vision was to create a school that provides students with a space that celebrates learning and collaboration, and that fosters ethical relationships between people and the natural systems that support them. Sustainability drives both the curriculum and building design for Read More

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, in Norfolk, Va., was built in 1739. A British cannonball is still lodged in one of its sturdy brick walls, fired during the Revolutionary War from the battleship Liverpool. Another claim to fame is its magnificent pipe organ, made in Germany. The professionals at Bell Childress Mechanical know how highly prized Read More

Packaged Multizoneasaurus thrived primarily between 1960 and 1980 A.D.  Habitat for this large heating and cooling beast typically consisted of rooftops in cool and temperate regions of the North American continent, where the length and severity of heating and cooling seasons are similar. Many can still be found in place today. Notably, its present-day counterparts Read More

Ferguson partners with Fujitsu to serve variable refrigerant flow (VRF) customers in the Northeast Newport News, VA – Ferguson, one of the nation’s largest HVAC/R equipment, parts and supply companies in the industry, announced a partnership with Fujitsu to distribute the Airstage™ variable refrigerant flow (VRF) system in the Northeast. The partnership includes exclusive distribution Read More

The Chicago Motor Club building is a historic city landmark that still embodies the Art Deco design elements that have long been held as cultural treasures. The 17-story building, which first opened in 1928 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978, features an iconic 29-foot mural in the grand lobby Read More