Commercial building


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Commercial building

Typically refers to any nonresidential building such as a shopping center, office tower, business park, industrial property, or tourism and leisure asset.
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Commercial Building Automation Comprehensive Study by Type (Facility Management Systems, Fire Protection Systems, Security and Access Control Systems, Building Energy Management Software), Deployment Type (Cloud-Based, On-Premise), Communication Technology (Wired Technologies, Wireless Technologies), End User (Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities, Airports, Railway, Office Building, Retail and Public Assembly Buildings) Players and Region - Global Market Outlook to 2024
Of these, 1,100 high-rise residential and commercial building projects represent more than $108 billion in value, while 4,700 low-rise building projects represent almost $68 billion and 2,500 odd mid-rise buildings are worth almost $60 billion.
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The parcel includes a single-story commercial building on two of the lots, a three-story commercial building on the third lot, and a single-story shed on the remaining lot.
Read the report "Impacts of Commercial Building Control on Energy Savings and Peak Load Reduction" at www.pnnl.gov.
The group will continue its efforts to drive adoption of the Thread networking specification for the connected home, and will leverage this technology for the commercial building and professional sectors by adding extensions to the existing specification.
The growth and demand of the global commercial building automation products & technologies market has been anticipated to be very high in developed and developing countries.
Ninety-nine commercial buildings either under construction or recently completed produce as much energy through on-site renewable resources as they use.
The National Lighting Bureau is urging those that own, operate or maintain commercial buildings to act now to take advantage of current incentive programs, like the Commercial Building Tax Deduction (CBTD), that are available to help owners offset the cost of replacing outdated T12 systems with energy-saving T8 and T5 systems.
The following commercial building permits, permits for residential projects valued at $250,000 and more or multiple projects by the same owner were issued recently.
The director must establish the "Zero-Net Energy Commercial Building Initiative" to reduce the quantity of energy consumed by commercial buildings and to achieve the development of zero-net energy commercial buildings in the United States.
From March to May 2007, $62 million in commercial building permits were issued in Bentonville, Fayetteville, Lowell, Rogers, Siloam Springs and Springdale.

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