Epsten Group, Inc.
Epsten Group, Inc., is a multi-disciplinary consulting firm known throughout the design industry for its sustainability consulting, commissioning and design. And when the firm designed and sourced products for its own office fit-out, it did so as sustainably as possible, specifically selecting Superior Essex cable for its product transparency to keep it all connected.
As a result, their headquarters will achieve LEED ID+C v4.1, WELL v2.0, Living Building Challenge Materials Petal Certification v3.1, Fitwel v2.1 and RESET Air v2.0 certification.
Museum of the Bible
By combining one of the most important books in the world with future-forward communications technology, Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C., has created a multi-cultural experience of immersive environments, interactive exhibits and rare artifacts. And to keep it all connected, they trusted Superior Essex to deliver numerous high-quality, reliable cabling solutions for voice, data, Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) and complex A/V applications – all working together to captivate generations for decades to come.
To evolve banking as we know it, Arvest Bank
prototyped the branch of the future in Rogers, Arkansas, not far from their national headquarters. And to show the world the beauty of their building, they used industry-leading, energy-efficient,
Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) cable from Superior Essex and lighting controls from Platformatics to connect and supply their hundreds of low-voltage, LED lights throughout it – resulting in energy savings and tech-forward branches for years to come.
Perkins and Will
When the Perkins and Will architectural firm’s Toronto studio relocated to the city’s downtown core, they renovated their new space to create a work environment focused on employee health, wellness and happiness. And by using products recognized for their transparency efforts and reduction of harmful materials – including cabling from Superior Essex – their renovation earned both LEED v4 Gold and Fitwell 2-Star certification, creating a sustainable, intelligent space that exemplifies design excellence.
BICSI Project Refresh
The Building Industry Consulting Service International (BICSI) is a professional association that supports the advancement of the information and communications technology (ICT) community. It provides education and training, hosts conferences and events, maintains credentialing and certification processes and shares best practices and reference materials with its members in over 100 countries. And when they wanted to update the technology inside their world headquarters, BICSI turned to Superior Essex Communications for its future-proof cabling solutions.
The Sinclair Hotel
By masterfully combining Art Deco architectural beauty with future-forward technologies and sustainable cable, Sinclair Holdings, LLC and partners have renovated and revitalized a 1930s-era historic landmark in Fort Worth, Texas, into an unprecedented Sustainable Intelligent Building – one that provides immense energy efficiency, savings on both construction time and cost and an unrivaled hospitality experience – all run on DC power and Superior Essex Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) cable.
A pioneer of Wellness Real Estate, Delos sought to innovate its corporate space to walk the talk as a model workplace to support occupant wellbeing through design and use of sustainable and healthy products.
Canada Green Building Council
The Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) is the country’s foremost national expert and advocate for green and sustainable buildings. As the voice of the industry in Canada, the CaGBC works to affect change at all levels of the industry, to make every building greener.
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