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CCG Hosts Design Assist Seminar

Thursday, May 11, 2017 by Brian C. Wagner

It takes an entire industry to change the industry – and they were all here.  On May, 10 we held an outstanding seminar on the rationale and benefits of incorporating Design-assist into any new building project, as well as how existing buildings can achieve superior results post construction.  We had great representation at the seminar from architects, engineers, construction managers, and other building experts.  Our panel discussion was a highlight.  It’s one thing for us to espouse the benefits of Design-assist, but it’s always great to hear from actual end-users and the real world results they have achieved, such as lower energy consumption, greater savings, comfort, and increased productivity to name a few.  I’d like to personally thank our expert panel; Paul Smith with the Ohio Schools Council, Betsy Pooley with Akron Children’s Hospital, and Rob Knabe with Ashland City Schools.  Stay tuned for information on our next seminar and I hope to see you there.


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