American Aldes, through its partnership with HTS Texas, has sold more than 600 Zone Register Terminals to be installed in the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center’s new expansion, Vineyard Tower, scheduled to open in 2018.
Vineyard Tower will add 303 guest rooms and 86,000 square feet of meeting space to the already-sprawling 1,511 guest room resort and convention center. This will make it one of the top three largest non-gaming convention center hotels in the United States.
If you enjoy strolling along Lake Shore Drive and East Grand Avenue in Chicago, keep a lookout for a brand-new luxury residence claiming its spot along the skyline near the famous Navy Pier. One Bennett Park, designed by Robert A.M. Stern Architects, will house 69 condos, 279 apartments and will rise 70 stories. American Aldes, through it's partnership with Air Products Equipment, has sold more than 200 Zone Register Terminals for this project so far.
Marriott is well known among business and leisure travelers for providing an exceptional guest experience. As the world’s largest hotel company, Marriott International, Inc. has nearly 6,000 properties in 120 countries and territories. Engineers designing Marriott hotels understand that poor ventilation, odors, and discomfort can quickly erode the guest experience and have committed to ensuring proper ventilation.
This document gives a high level overview of the pilot project in which American Aldes provided proof of concept to Marriott, resulting in energy savings and healthier indoor air quality for all new Marriott properties through the use of American Aldes Zone Register Terminals® (ZRT).
Common air quality and inefficiency problems in hotels
Among hotels nationwide, millions are spent covering up unpleasant odors. Trouble-shooting and balancing ventilation systems can be time consuming and costly. Guest control of the ventilation (bathroom fans) is unreliable and creates pressure variations between rooms, increasing cross-contamination risk.
American Aldes has again partnered with A.D.E. Systems Inc. of New York, to secure the sale of ventilation products, Constant Airflow Regulators (CARs), for a new luxury condominium building, 160 Leroy in New York City’s West Village. The prestigious new building, designed by Pritzker Architecture Prize winners Herzog & de Meuron, will house 57 one-of-a-kind residences starting at $2.4 million.
There’s a new building currently on the rise in New York City’s Midtown at 220 Central Park. When complete later this year, it’ll soar 66 stories, house 118 luxury condominiums, and top out at an impressive 950 feet tall, making it one the tallest residential buildings in the United States. As most mechanical engineers and HVAC contractors know, tall buildings come with big a ventilation challenge known as stack effect. Residents at this high rise won’t have to worry though, American Aldes Constant Airflow Regulators are already part of the building’s ventilation system that eliminates stack effect and maintains healthy indoor air quality.
American Aldes Ventilation Corporation today announced the recipients of the company’s annual awards for high performing sales teams for 2016. The company partners with HVAC manufacturer sales representatives across the nation to bring healthy indoor air to schools, homes, apartment buildings, hospitals, condominiums, hotels, retail environments, government facilities and more. The following five demonstrated particularly strong performance and earned the following awards:
The new 1-million-square-foot Transbay Transit Center in San Francisco, California will connect eight Bay Area counties and the State of California through 11 transportation systems. The Center, expected to open in late 2017, will include American Aldes Constant Airflow Regulators (CARs) as part of the ventilation system. DMG North, a manufacturer’s representative for custom engineered, high-quality HVAC equipment, helped secure the sale of Aldes CAR products for this project.
The former Deitz lantern factory in Syracuse, New York is being transformed into upscale loft living and commercial space with a total of 208,000 square feet. The adaptive reuse project will also include an American Aldes advanced commercial energy recovery ventilator to maintain healthy indoor air quality.
American Aldes, the premier manufacturer of ventilation products, has been providing air diffusers for the well-known clothing retailer H & M in nearly every new store in the United States for roughly the past decade. In all, hundreds of stores across the nation have installed these products that help provide healthy indoor air quality and comfort to employees and customers.