Engineering in the ‘illions

Nigel Marcussen–VP, Head of Building Engineering at WeWork–discusses how his team delivers productive, collaborative environments at the world’s fastest growing real estate tech company.

BuiltWorlds Selects Gridium for the Building Tech 50 List...

Thousands of buildings across the U.S., from Massachusetts to San Diego, run Gridium technology to diagnose anomalous energy leaks, boost building occupant service levels, and extend asset uptime with usable preventive maintenance alerts.

Aggregating & coordinating electricity assets at scale

Ram Rajagopal–Associate Professor at Stanford University and Principal Investigator of Powernet–discusses this ARPA-E program to develop an end-to-end, open-source system that will enable real-time coordination of utilities’ centralized assets with millions of distributed energy resources.

Artificial Intelligence Powers Sustainable Building...

Gridium technology, powered by AI, delivers real outcomes including satisfying workspace environments for tenants, accurate Measurement & Verification analyses, and validation of successful energy efficiency projects.

Predictions for building operations in 2019

From utility liabilities to AI-driven maintenance scheduling & sustainability, 2019 will be a year of complexity & progress for our built environment. We hope these predictions help you chart the way.

Load balancing preventive maintenance tasks

Programming monthly, quarterly, and annual PM tasks by hand is a nightmare: our smart scheduling feature can open related tasks on the right day, evenly across the calendar.

Breathe in for a boost of 101%

How my experience in an empty WeWork building during a “Very Unhealthy” air quality crisis highlights the connection between IAQ and productive building environments.

The beginning of the end of CCAs

On a 5-0 vote, the CPUC Commissioners decided on the Alternate Proposed Decision for allocating exit fees (PCIA) to customers using an alternate energy supplier such as a CCA or energy retailer.

The end of Energy Star grade inflation?

50% of existing certified buildings are at risk of losing their ENERGY STAR qualified scores from the long-overdue update to Portfolio Manager’s benchmarking data.