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Paragon Controls Incorporated (PCI) welcomes the opportunity to provide support in the selection and application of our air flow and pressure measurement and control systems to meet specified performance objectives. Competitive pricing, ease of installation, and simplified maintenance requirements makes Paragon’s product line an obvious choice for both new construction and retrofit projects and for projects seeking to receive LEED certification.

Paragons factory service personnel are available for system start-up, commissioning, operator training, and emergency service. These services are designed to meet our customer’s needs in a prompt and effective manner.
 
 
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ASHRAE Revises Commissioning Certification to Meet DOE Guidelines

ATLANTA - Revised requirements for ASHRAE's certification program will provide earners with recognition by United States government agencies for contracts requiring commissioning services.
New Research from ASHRAE Outlines Measures to Reach Toward Net Zero Energy

ATLANTA - Application of 30 specific energy savings measures across all building types and climate zones resulted in cutting energy use by nearly half, according to results of newly approved research funded by ASHRAE.
ASHRAE Congratulates Senate on Passage of Energy Policy Modernization Act

ATLANTA - ASHRAE is pleased to see the passage on Wednesday by the U.S. Senate of the Energy Policy Modernization Act, marking an important step toward making buildings in all sectors more energy efficient.
Existing Building Energy Efficiency Featured at ASHRAE 2016 Annual Conference

ATLANTA - Increasing the energy efficiency and reducing the energy consumption of existing buildings can have four times the environmental impact as compared to the installation of renewable energy.
2016 IAQ Standard Published by ASHRAE

ATLANTA - Requirements regarding multifamily residential dwellings, environmental tobacco smoke, and operations and maintenance are among changes to ASHRAE's newly published indoor air quality standard.
Changes to Purpose and Scope of Standard 189.1 Open for Public Comment

ATLANTA - Changes to the purpose and scope that reflect advances in green buildings over the last 10 years are proposed for the high performance building standard
Proposed ASHRAE Energy Simulation Standard Open for Public Review

ATLANTA - A draft standard that describes a methodology to apply building energy modeling to the design process is open for industry input.
An Efficient Future for Buildings of the Past Proposed Under ASHRAE Guideline

ATLANTA - Historical buildings - from those on the local Main Street to world-renowned structures - could be brought from the past into an energy reduced future under a proposed guideline from ASHRAE.
ASHRAE Celebrates New Faces of Engineering

ATLANTA - Two ASHRAE members are being recognized as part of a national effort to bring attention to the future generation of engineers.
ASHRAE, AIA Look to Future of Energy Efficiency with Signing of New MOU

ATLANTA - Building on past outreach, ASHRAE and the American Institute of Architects (AIA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding, committing them to working together in a variety of built environment areas.
2016 Residential IAQ Standard Published by ASHRAE

ATLANTA - Multifamily units in all types of buildings are now covered in the scope of ASHRAE's residential indoor air quality standard, marking one of the biggest changes to the recently published 2016 version.
New ASHRAE Publication Explains the Impact of IT Equipment on Data Center Design

ATLANTA - The 13th book in ASHRAE's Datacom Series, "IT Equipment Design Impact on Data Center Solutions," is now available.
Lighting Requirements for High Rise Dwellings Proposed for Energy Standard

ATLANTA - A proposal that would set lighting requirements for high-rise dwellings in the energy standard published by ASHRAE and the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) is open for industry comment.
Meet Us in St. Louis: ASHRAE Takes its Annual Conference to Historical HVAC&R City

ATLANTA - In 1904, at the World's Fair held in St. Louis, Missouri, the general population was introduced for the first time to the comfort of air conditioning. 
ASHRAE Grant-in-Aid Funds Human Thermal Comfort Database Project

ATLANTA - Creation of a database to help better understand human thermal comfort in residential and commercial buildings is being funded through an ASHRAE grant program.