Cambridge Architectural is proud to announce that BUILDINGS Magazine has selected its Shade architectural mesh system as a 2012 Money-Saving Product. It is part of an elite group of 77 various architectural products that will be showcased in BUILDINGS June 2012 issue.
The Shade mesh system offers numerous benefits to buildings and designs. Not only does a mesh system reduce solar heat gain and glare, it provides natural daylighting and unobstructed views to the outside. These systems can contribute to LEED points for optimized energy performance.
Cambridge has developed a modeling protocol for energy-simulation modeling software, based on the DOE 2.2 calculation engine, and offers building modelers the inputs needed to incorporate a variety of shading systems into a design. This provides a targeted assessment of shading and solar heat gain coefficients before construction even begins.
Because of its unique properties and ability to optimize energy performance, BUILDINGS Magazine chose the system as a Money-Saving Product of 2012 and will be featured in the June edition, as well as online at http://www.buildings.com/products.
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About Cambridge Architectural
From concept to installation, Cambridge Architectural is the only full-service provider that sees a design through to ribbon-cutting. As the world leader in tensioned mesh systems, Cambridge Architectural gives each project a distinctive quality for both interior and exterior applications, extending an unparalleled transformational aesthetic while maintaining functionality. Cambridge offers a full range of sustainable metal mesh solutions, providing full system design, engineering, and installation services, in the most challenging building environments and under the strictest budgets. Visit CambridgeArchitectural.com to experience Cambridge's abilities.
About BUILDINGS Magazine
BUILDINGS serves over 74,000 building owners and professional facilities managers in North America. The monthly publication helps readers make smarter decisions relevant to the management, modernization, and operation of their facilities. http://www.buildings.com
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