High-performance buildings showcase
Ingersoll-Rand plc's Trane High Performance Buildings is an outcome-based approach that was showcased on May 19 in New York City.
Ingersoll-Rand plc introduced the new Trane High Performance Buildings offer at a showcase on Thursday, May 19, in New York City.
Trane High Performance Buildings is an outcome-based approach that complements building industry standards and helps owners link the physical environment of a building to a business mission. Trane creates high performance buildings using a unique methodology that combines financial, operating and energy analysis with specialized services and available financing, according to Ingersoll Rand.
Ingersoll Rand is hosting thought leaders from the public and private sectors to explain and demonstrate high performance buildings, and to discuss the financially-driven business case for energy and operating efficiencies at Thursday morning at the AXA Equitable Building.
To view the full agenda and list of participating panelists visit www.trane.com/highperformancebuildings.
- Edited by Amanda McLeman, Consulting-Specifying Engineer, www.csemag.com
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