Why Concrete should be the Foundation for Every Building.
Concrete has a long and healthy history, from the Egyptian pyramids to the Colosseum, this material has withstood the test of time. Concrete does not rust, rot, or burn, doubling or even tripling the life span of most building materials. Read More
In order to transition to a Smart City solution, today’s urban centres need to be focused not just on surviving, but thriving into the future. But how can we sustain ourselves if we continue to put the same load on equipment, services and resources that we do today? Read More
In our quest for advancement, technology is often at the forefront. We have systems that predict and control virtually everything from our heating to our lights to our water. In the attempt to advance our homes and lives, we gravitate towards the latest and greatest- the best phone, latest security system, and energy conserving appliances. We are quick to discard the old, and have in turn, become an extremely disposable society increasing landfill waste and our environmental footprint. Read More
As the conversation for green buildings becomes more mainstream, there is increased awareness of the importance of creating sustainable spaces that promote a healthy lifestyle. Read More
Green buildings have become the new buzz word, with several companies focusing on strategies that will reduce energy costs while preserving the environment. As the push for net zero buildings continues to increase, the conversation has evolved to consider not only how these buildings are better for the environment, but for our overall health. Residents and employees want to have an indoor space that is not only green, but comfortable. Read More
Termobuild’s “smart floors” linked with biowall at the University of Windsor. In addition to the most eye-catching feature (biowall), the invisible properties of the smart floors make this a winning pairing in terms of enhanced indoor comfort, energy efficiency and practical sustainability. Read More
This clever system by Termobuild connects ducts to the empty voids in precast hollow core slabs -- it uses the thermal mass of the slabs to store or absorb heat. Read More