A Job Like No Other

July 26, 2017 Thad Plumley 0

Geothermal installation updates New York City’s historic St. Patrick’s Cathedral. By William Wagner For John Rhyner, it was the thrill of a lifetime to help retrofit New York City’s St. Patrick’s Cathedral with a geothermal […]


Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage Systems

February 9, 2017 admin 0

The geothermal energy systems are heating up in the Netherlands. By Jennifer Strawn A traditional geothermal system—as we use it in the United States—takes advantage of groundwater’s stable temperature to provide warmth in the winter […]


Modernizing History

August 1, 2016 Heather Lazor 0

Two historic Frank Lloyd Wright buildings near Chicago—the Unity Temple and the Emil Bach House— recently underwent significant restorations to return them to their former glory. Wright offered to design the Unity Temple in 1905 […]

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Avoiding Common Pitfalls

February 1, 2016 admin 0

A thermal conductivity test at a geothermal system job site. By Jennifer Strawn David Henrich, CWD/PI, CVCLD, has a name for the work needing to be done when a company is called in to clean […]