An energy audit identifies ways to reduce energy costs.
Some solutions can be simple, relatively quick, and require a minimal investment (like occupancy sensors for lighting); others can be long-range and require an outlay of capital (like upgrading the heating and cooling systems to geothermal).
Widseth Smith Nolting produced this video to illustrate how our architects and engineers have devised solutions that would increase safety, flexibility, and efficiency, promote corporate identity, and capitalize on site opportunities for long-time client Douglas Machine. Douglas’ site and buildings have seen significant change over the years. Now the time has come to take a broader look—to view the campus as a whole and to ensure it reflects and supports the company’s position as an international leader. Continue reading “Watch a master plan in action: Douglas Machine case study”
There was a lot of excitement at the location of the future Crosslake Community School last Saturday! School staff, students, and project partners gathered to celebrate the groundbreaking of the much-anticipated new school. Todd Lyscio, the Executive Director of the school, and his band provided some rockin’ tunes, a delicious BBQ was prepared, and the neighboring farmers market provided unique shopping. Continue reading “Crosslake Community School Breaks Ground!”