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.

Four Steps to Controlling Legionella Growth in Cooling Towers

Taking these measures can prevent disease outbreaks such as Legionnaires’. No building should be making people sick; however, because of poor maintenance and cleaning efforts, the water in cooling towers has the ability to serve as the breeding ground for a variety of bacteria. One such bacterium is Legionella, the…