UPCOMING! BuildingEnergy NYC 2019

Now in its seventh year, BuildingEnergy NYC 2019 is a conference designed by and for practitioners in the fields of high-performance building and design, energy efficiency, and renewable energy. The event brings together hundreds of professionals from across the industry to learn from and network with one another.

Five Reasons Why Building Efficiency Matters

Greater efficiency in the built environment curbs consumption, supports renewable energy and cuts costs. The built environment in the U.S. is extremely inefficient. Consider these facts: Buildings consume roughly 40 percent of the total energy used in the U.S. and more than 70 percent of the country’s electricity…

ASPE New York 2019

American Society of Plumbing Engineers Expo 2019. The American Society of Plumbing Engineers (ASPE) Convention & Expo is dedicated to quality education, connections and experiences for those skilled in the design, specification and inspection of plumbing systems. Learn more about HIGHMARK at ASPE 2019.

NAPHN New York 2019

The North American Passive House Network (NAPHN) is leading the transformation of the building industry to low-energy, high-performance Passive House design and construction. We support the widespread adoption of the international Passive House design and construction standards, building science principles and protocols.

The Bloomberg Center at Cornell Tech Meets LEED & Passive House Standards

The Bloomberg Center in New York City embodies Cornell Tech’s commitment to innovation, environmental stewardship and building sustainability. HIGHMARK designed, developed and implemented rainwater harvesting and intelligent stormwater management to increase building efficiency in the Bloomberg Center via water optimization and water filtration. In addition, HIGHMARK installed innovative technologies to…

Cooling Tower Meets Historical Guidelines For Landmark Buildings

Through plume abatement and exterior dulling, HIGHMARK installed a Mesan cooling tower that met the stringent historical guidelines applied to all landmark buildings in New York City.
A charitable organization expanded its footprint in New York City’s Flatiron District by moving into an 11-story, 125,000-square-foot, historic building erected in 1930.