Lodging and Entertainment


Grace United Methodist Church

Grace United Methodist Church in Hastings, Nebraska, is one of 1,035 local congregations in the Great Plains Conference, which covers Kansas and Nebraska. Besides worship services, the 700-member Grace United congregation carries out the work of the United Methodist Church through choir groups, ministries and a variety of church organizations and activities.

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Toledo Zoo

For more than 100 years, The Toledo Zoo has been creating memories for the young and old alike. Each year, nearly one million people visit the zoo to explore the world and its fabulous creatures that live in displays resembling natural habitats, from the frozen Arctic tundra to the hot Sonoran Desert. Guests encounter animals, large and small, from mammoth African elephants to the tiniest toads, or stroll the grounds to view historic buildings constructed in the WPA-era.

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North Carolina Museum of Art

Constructed in 1982, the four-level, 171,870 sq ft, North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA) includes offices, exhibit space and restaurant/catering operations. Each month, 25,000 visitors view the NCMA’s collection of treasures, worth in excess of $1 billion. The museum’s permanent collection spans more than 5,000 years, from ancient Egypt to the present, making the institution one of the premier art museums in the Southeast. Conservation experts and building operators are entrusted to work with the building and its systems to present and protect the collection for the citizens and visitors of North Carolina to enjoy now and for generations to come.

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Marlins Park

A first-class ballpark owned by Miami-Dade County, Marlins Park is located on approximately seventeen acres in the Little Havana section of Miami. With an aggressive waste management recycling program, the use of locally manufactured materials and low volatile organic compounds (VOC) in its construction, a minimizing of artificial light and the incorporation of energy efficient systems, the ballpark has become the first professional sports facility with a retractable roof, in the world, to attain Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification.

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New York City Center

For more than sixty years, New York City Center has hosted some of America’s, and the world’s, most amazing dance performers and musical theater productions. The entertainment center is a “people’s theater” dedicated to making the arts accessible to the broadest possible audience by creating a welcoming environment, offering subsidized ticket prices and engaging audiences with inspiring programming that reflects the eclecticism, energy and spirit of New York City.

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Keeneland Association, Inc.

Keeneland Association’s aging, text-based controls system was reaching the end of its useful life, some replacement parts were not available, and newer technologies offered operational savings and convenience. The Thoroughbred racetrack and auction company sought to replace the outdated system, while adhering to budget constraints. A Trane Tracer R’newal control upgrade service program is helping Keeneland maximize building performance, improve occupant comfort and increase operational productivity. By using existing unit controls and replacing outdated building controllers, Keeneland was able to meet all of its objectives for approximately the same cost they originally planned to spend on a partial upgrade.

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Hilton Anatole Hotel

One of the premier hotels in the Southwest United States, the Hilton Anatole Hotel boasts 1,620 guest rooms and offers some of the finest, most advanced meeting and exhibition facilities in the U.S., including the 128,000 sq ft Trinity Conference Center, which is well-suited for large trade shows and expositions.

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Entertainment Retailer

New service delivery technology meets unique business objectives and challenges at international entertainment complexes.

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Yardmen Arena

Building system upgrades, needed to comply with Ontario CFC refrigerant phaseout regulations, provided an opportunity for this 50,304 sq ft sports facility to make other HVAC improvements, including the installation of thermal energy storage. The results were a 50 percent more efficient system and a three-year payback.

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Executive House

Faced with an aging infrastructure and the cost of maintaining outdated HVAC equipment, the Executive House sought ways to efficiently manage expenses and reduce energy use, while maintaining a comfortable indoor environment for its condominium owners.

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Delta Hotel

In early 2009 a compressor failed in one of the twenty-plus-year-old rooftop air conditioning units at the Delta Hotel in Fredericton. For Marty Jenkins, Chief Engineer at Delta Hotel, the choices were to replace either the compressor or the entire rooftop unit. Jenkins said, "If we simply replaced the compressor, then we'd have a new compressor in an old air conditioning unit."

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Sydney Entertainment Center

The Sydney Entertainment Centre was built in 1983 and has become one of the busiest indoor multi-use facilities in Australia. After 23 years of good service, it was time to replace the chillers on its HVAC system. But rather than simply replacing the old chillers, Arena Management, the Centre’s operator, considered this an opportunity to improve comfort, efficiency, reliability and environmental friendliness. So they took a total system view and called on the expertise of Trane.

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Acer Arena

The Acer Arena (formerly known as the Sydney Superdome) is the largest entertainment and sporting arena in Australia. It is not just the former home of the Sydney Olympics or Australia’s number one venue, it is also inarguably one of the most technologically advanced and environmentally responsible indoor arenas in the world.

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Hotel Le Meridien

Le Meridien is an international five star hotel situated in the heart of Bangalore city. Brand Le Meridien epitomizes luxury and upscale full-service hotels and yet it is conscious of its environmental footprint. The hotel wanted to upgrade its HVAC system from reciprocating chillers which were installed in 1985. The aim was to improve energy efficiency, ensure reliability and reduce service costs.

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Oxford Hotel

The last time The Oxford Hotel’s HVAC system was upgraded was in 1982. In 2009 the system needed replacement to not only assure continued guest comfort, but also take advantage of new, more efficient and green HVAC technology. A major concern in the upgrade project was retaining the hotel’s originality and charm. Another factor in the upgrade was proper temperature and humidity control for the preservation of the hotel’s extensive, famous collection of 19th and 20th century paintings of the American West.

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High Museum Of Art

The High Museum had just completed a major expansion that added five buildings and doubled the museum’s size, and in doing so had attracted an exhibition of world masterpieces from legendary museums like France’s Musee du Louvre.

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Trinity United Methodist Church

Since its founding in 1879, Trinity United Methodist Church has been striving to make a difference in the lives of its members, in its neighborhood and in the world. This mission is carried out through the organization’s Sunday worship services and its local and global ministries. It is also evident in its childcare program, where the goal is to build creative, nurturing and stimulating environments that promote exploration and discovery.

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