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Opportunity for Community Service – Helping in Sad Times

GLHN’s Rob Lamb, COO, received a call Saturday night from Elaine Becherer, Chief of Staff for Tucson Mayor Regina Romero, with a request for help.  The City was expecting additional unrest and damage from protesters in downtown overnight and was assembling a clean-up crew for Sunday morning.  Rob reached out to staff and coordinated GLHN’s support.  More than 70 volunteers showed up from a number of local architecture and construction…

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Healthcare Project of the Year – Banner – University Medical Center Tucson

GLHN Architects & Engineers, Inc. is honored to be recognized along with Shepley Bulfinch Architects, Sundt and DPR Construction and Banner Health as recipients of The Real Estate and Development (RED) Award 2020 for Best Healthcare Project.   The RED Award is the largest commercial real estate event in Arizona, honoring the brokers, architects, contractors and developers of notable commercial development projects throughout the state. Finalists are featured in the March/April…

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GLHN receives the 2020 ASHRAE Technology Award

GLHN is honored and humbled to have been awarded the 2020 ASHRAE Technology Award - First Place – for Educational Facilities – New. Environmental and Natural Resources 2, University of Arizona. The ASHRAE Technology Awards are the HVAC&R industry’s most prestigious honor for efficient energy use in building and environmental system performance. Effective energy utilization is just one of several aspects of facility and building design. The ASHRAE Technology Awards…

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A View from the Trenches: TREND report article

Data-Driven Design Yields Measurable Result. Using green building rating programs can prove and substantiate environmental performance. Each of the leading programs (LEED, Energy Star and Green Globes) has its own benefits and drawbacks. It is important to understand their parameters to choose the approach that best fits your project’s goals and budget. GLHN's Joyce J. Kelly, R.A., CxA+BE, LEED BD+C, GGP, shares with TREND report her inside view of LEED,…

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M&V Underlies University Building’s Low Energy Use

The ENR2 building is centered around a five-story "canyon." Roof drainage spills down through open pipes to a collection system below the landscaped canyon floor, creating a vibrant visual and auditory experience when it rains. Article By: Henry Johnstone, P.E. GLHN President and ASHRAE Member. To read full article click on link at end of post. 2020 ASHRAE TECHNOLOGY AWARD CASE STUDIES The second Environmental and Natural Resources Building (ENR2)…

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