Case Studies

Alpaca Rafts

A small  company in Colorado that designs and hand builds rafts with the best materials and techniques available while operating completely off the power grid needed a safer work environment.

AVICS Printing

AVICS Printing is an international printing company with over 500 sq.ft. of office space. The building’s central heating and air-conditioning had the typical IAQ (Indoor Air Quality) issues found in a printing facility.

YMCA Public Pool

Chlorine and bromine smells from the pool and spa created poor indoor air quality (IAQ). Members complained that it was difficult to breathe in the main pool area.

Bourbon BBQ

After a major reconstruction was completed in 2011, Mike Feygin, owner of Bourbon BBQ, decided it was time to make his mark on the local community beyond his delicious barbecue.

Manufacturing Facility

A  2,000 square foot  office suite with  central heating and  air conditioning had serious IAQ issues due  to a manufacturing and welding facility situated directly beneath it.

Chanel Inc.

This large international perfume manufacturer had issues with IAQ temperature control and high energy bills prone to double digit rate increases.

Chrysalis Yoga Studio

Chrysalis Yoga & Café is not an ordinary yoga studio. The program line-up includes ‘hot yoga’, which is specifically designed to loosen muscles and allow for ease of stretching.

Circle Management LLC

This newly built facility needed fresh outdoor air to meet code requirements and had IAQ issues caused by the athletes’ vigorous training. The client was seeking high efficiency ventilation equipment.

Devil Gymnastics

The front office areas and locker rooms of this facility had IAQ issues and lacked fresh air make-up. The main gym area trapped unpleasant odors outgassed from the many thick neoprene workout mats.

Glatt Air Techniques

A member of the world-wide Glatt group, which specializes in integrated-process technology, the company aimed to greatly reduce energy usage in its heat recovery functions through an energy-efficient means.

Avidan Management

Avidan Management’s 656,000-sq.ft. property had been labeled a ‘gas guzzler,’ making at least 200,000 sq.ft. of the structure challenging to rent. The facility included 40,000 sq.ft. of one-story office space, a 181,000 sq.ft. refrigerated warehouse, and 433,000 sq.ft. of mixed-use dry- warehouse space.

Hunterdon Central Regional High School

The goals of this project were to conduct an energy audit on Hunterdon Central Regional High School’s energy consumption, establish baselines for energy efficiency, and identify opportunities to reduce energy usage and its overall cost.

Interlakes Animal Hospital

The IAQ issue in this veterinary setting was quite obvious; strong odors from the animals posed a serious comfort problem. Fresh air needed to be brought into various parts of the building.

Manitoba Hydroelectric

Manitoba Hydroelectric, Manitoba’s lead energy utility, purchased a BPE ERV for the purposes of instrumenting and evaluating the need for fresh outdoor air in below freezing conditions in an area of Northern Canada.

Marty’s Reliable Cycle

The challenge for Haglid Engineering was to renovate an existing retail bicycle shop, which was originally built as a home in the late 1800s, to achieve certification under LEED® for Commercial Interiors.  

Newark Liberty International Airport

The challenge was to bring fresh air to the back office areas of Newark Airport, which were isolated from outdoor air intakes by new construction and steel-reinforced concrete structural members.

On the Move Convenience Store

As part of an overall energy efficiency improvement project, the customer wanted to significantly reduce energy consumption utilized by the existing HVAC [Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning] system.

Plymouth Cultural Center

Cultural centers can be an enormous challenge in HVAC design. The number of occupants fluctuates day by day, hour by hour, so the building must provide fresh air over a large range of flows.

Saskatchewan Conservation House

When it was built in 1977, the Saskatchewan Conservation House was one of the first completely energy efficient homes in North America. Our goal was to increase the energy and cost effectiveness of this passive house, which is nearly air tight, by improving the ventilation.

Grateful Heads Salon

Ventilation was a key area to consider given typical salon activities and chemicals that can lead to poor indoor air quality (IAQ) issues. Add a pandemic and the efficient displacement of indoor air with outdoor air became extra vital.