This article in ED+C showcases how CAER pursues ground-breaking energy strategies in its research in a building focused on achieving energy-efficient performance. Since this article was written, CARE II achieved LEED® Gold.
Since that time the firm’s thinking on daylighting evolved and, in this Spring 2015 High Performing Building article, CMTA applies its revised daylighting philosophy to a hypothetical re-design of Richardsville Elementary School, the first Zero Energy school in the United States.
This Winter 2015 article in High Performing Buildings magazine explains how this unique facility set and achieved its Zero Energy goals.
The Police Station, which is the first Zero Energy Police Station in the United States, was engineered by CMTA. emersionDESIGN of Cincinnati was the architect.
As one of the key components for energy reduction and sustainability, lighting frequently accounts for 25 to 30 percent of a building’s energy use. CMTA’s Brian Baumgartle contributes insights on cost effective and energy efficient lighting design for LED lighting in the resident hall environment for the ACUHO-I Sustainability Committee Newsletter.
Featured in the January/February 2014 issue of Consulting-Specifying Engineer (CSE) CMTA’s Brian Baumgartle examines lighting control requirements of various codes and standards and the understanding of compliance and testing requirements what to know and expect from ASHRAE and IECC lighting standards.