Metrostudy - Land Plan Optimization

Heralded as a “Moneyball” revolution for the real estate industry, Land Plan Optimization (LPO) delivers the definitive product mix and unit counts that will deliver the greatest possible return on investment.
Listen as Mark Boud, architect of LPO and Chief Economist of Metrostudy, shares how LPO brings mathematical rigor to the land planning process and calculates the land plan that delivers the absolute highest return on your investment.
Field tested over more than two decades, we always provide our clients yield improvement, with an average land value increase of 20% over the original land plan.

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Conserving Water with Reclaimed Water Flushometers

Commercial facilities using reclaimed water for flushing toilets and urinals should be mindful of the negative impact this harsher water can have on the plumbing systems, including flushometers. New flushometers are available that have been specifically engineered for reclaimed water applications.

This course will cover the importance of water conservation, how reclaimed water contributes to water conservation, the risks that reclaimed water poses for traditional flushometers, and how new reclaimed water flushometers address these risks, as well as reclaimed water flushometer options available on the market today.

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Understanding the Importance of Dark Skies

Excessive and unrestricted light from bollards, columns, and post tops can negatively impact people, animals, and the environment. However, fixtures that are designed to Dark Sky specifications can dramatically reduce the amount of sky glow and light pollution while saving energy and mitigating impact on the environment. This learning unit will explore the concept of Dark Sky and how architects can specify luminaires to help reduce light pollution and encourage a healthier and more responsible approach to lighting.

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Wood and Indoor Environment - Creating Beneficial Spaces for Living, Working, Well-Being (Print Course)

The objectives of sustainable design are broader than just environmental effects, having come to embrace issues of human health and performance. Many factors influence whether a building has a positive or negative impact on its occupants. This course highlights remarkable buildings where the use of wood as a structural or finish material has made a unique contribution, with a focus on indoor air quality, acoustics, physical health, and a natural, positive human response to wood that has always been intuitive, but is increasingly being proven by research and experience.

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Miracle Method: Franchise Opportunity Brochure

Miracle Method's unique and proprietary process allows the repair and beautiful refinishing of kitchen countertops, bathtubs, showers or ceramic tile surfaces. With a product so durable that we offer the longest warranties in the industry, Miracle Method provides a consistent revenue stream to franchise owners by providing a service with high demand at a price point fitting the average budget. Read more about opportunities today.

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Franchise Business Opportunities - Miracle Method: Video

If you've been considering franchise business opportunities, consider Miracle Method. Not just another bathroom & kitchen upgrade franchise, we are #1 in the fast-growing surface refinishing industry. Owning a Miracle Method franchise means being part of a recognized brand that has a proven business model, and continued access to training and support. Learn more today about how to get started. Watch now!

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Calculate the Savings

The Payback calculator will quickly scope out just what you can save based on wattage, hours of operation, number of fixtures and other parameters.

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Quartz Surfacing – Features and Benefits

This course covers the fundamentals of quartz surfacing including its performance attributes vs. alternative products and typical applications. The course provides an overview of the production, testing and quality-assurance processes in the quartz surfacing industry. This will include an explanation of the supply chain and route to market, from raw material to the end consumer or project, as well as best practices in fabrication and installation of quartz surfacing.

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Using Low Voltage Systems for General Lighting

Low voltage distribution systems (LVDS) can offer an efficient and cost-effective alternative to traditional high voltage systems, but until recently were relegated to path lighting and decorative accents. With the advancement of LED technologies, LVDS can finally move inside and be utilized as the backbone for a general lighting strategy. LV lighting systems have voltages that are lower than 30 volts DC and use a Class 2 power source, and they are considered much safer during installation, maintenance, and use. Consequently, these systems carry different and more lenient electric safety code requirements.

This course will explain the background context of traditional and low voltage systems, including their common uses and code requirements, and will explore the benefits of combining a LV distribution system with LED lighting for general lighting systems. Also, this learning unit will address installation, insulation, maintenance, and potential cost savings associated with specifying an LVDS for general lighting. Finally, this course will look at how LV systems can be used effectively to address emergency lighting requirements.

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BBL Construction Chooses Procore

Manage your project anytime anywhere.

BBL Construction did just that with: Instant access, Immediate notifications and No more drawings.

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