Commercial Construction & Renovation

MAY-JUN 2017

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16 COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION & RENOVATION — MAY : JUNE 2017 INDUSTRY NEWS INDUSTRY NEWS CIRCLE NO. 13 EON TM MODEL EL3 Three Phase Centralized Emergency Lighting Inverter 33 kW EON shown UL 924 Listed C-UL Listed to CSA C22.2 No. 141-10 Full Compliance With NFPA 101 Computer-based, self-testing / self-diagnostic emergency lighting system with data-logging. Reliability, Plus Compatibility Provides reliable, regulated voltage during normal and emergency power modes. Compatible with all lighting fixture types, including LED loads. Field-proven performance without de-rating. Easy Installation & Low Cost of Ownership Requires only (1) battery cabinet for 90 minutes runtime, and only batteries with front-access terminals are used. Single-point operation for all monitoring, testing, data-logging, reporting, and maintenance. Compact, Space-Saving Footprint Physically smaller than comparable three-phase emergency lighting inverter products, without compromising performance or serviceability. 10 kW – 33 kW Download a brochure and specifications today! Output Rating Width (in.) EON 33 kW 70 Competitor A 32 kW 130 Competitor B 33 kW 140 A new décor Checkers Drive-In Restaurants is building some of its new Checkers and Rally's restaurants out of used metal ship- ping containers. The units will be more eco-friendly and less expensive to build than the company's traditional restaurants. In addition to Michigan, franchisees in Texas and Florida also have expressed interest in the new design. Going modular Marriott International looks to expand construction style W ith 50 modular construction hotels in the pipeline, Marriott International continues to grow fond of the prefabrication technique. Launched in 2015, the initiative continues to exceed company expectations. The first hotel produced under this format, which was opened two months ahead of schedule, was the 97-room Folsom Fairfield Inn & Suites in Folsom, Calif. Each unit contained two fully outfitted rooms, including a bed and toilet, with a connecting corridor. Modular projects underway in the second quarter include the Courtyard Pullman, Washington, and the AC in Oklahoma City. During Q3, it expects to open the AC Louisville and the AC Chapel Hill (N.C.).

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