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Brodie Marrow Promoted to Information Systems Manager at GHT

Arlington, VA (September 19, 2018) – GHT Limited (GHT), a leading DC metro area mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineering consulting firm, is pleased to announce the promotion of Brodie Marrow to Information Systems Manager. Since joining the firm thirteen years ago as a Desktop Support Technician, Brodie has been a valuable member of GHT’s […]

Changes Coming to DC Green and Energy Codes

Are You Ready for Changes to the DC Green Building Codes? Senior Principal Patrick Kunze Previews Proposed Changes to the District’s Green and Energy Codes On Monday, July 30, I served on a panel hosted by the AIA|DC Committee on the Environment (COTE) on Updated to the DC Green Building and Energy Codes.  Other panelists […]

Susan Dawson Recognized by U.S. Green Building Council as Member of the Year

GHT Staff Member wins USGBC-NCR’s Volunteer Leadership Award Arlington, VA (July 23, 2018) – GHT Limited (GHT), a leading DC metro area mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineering consulting firm, announces that Marketing and Communications Manager, Susan Dawson received U.S. Green Building Council-National Capital Region’s (USGBC-NCR) Volunteer Leadership Award – Member of the Year at […]

GHT Limited Recognized at 2018 Best of Ballston Awards

Firm Earns 2018 Innovation and Creativity Award   Arlington, VA (June 18, 2018) – GHT Limited (GHT), a leading DC metro area mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineering consulting firm,  was recognized at Thursday night’s Best of Ballston Awards hosted by Ballston Business Improvement District (BID) and presented by Clark Construction Group, LLC at the […]

GHT Limited Previews Changes Coming With WELL Version 2

International WELL Building Institute Releases WELL v2 Last week, the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) officially launched the pilot program for the second version of the WELL Building Standard (V2). Since its inception in 2014, Version 1 has witnessed rapid growth and global support, with 892 registered projects from 34 countries to date. V2 seeks […]

#ICYMI: DC Women Are Going Green

Laura Morder Shares Her Experiences    There’s never been a better time to be Women in Green than during spring in Washington, DC! As we dug out from the grips of another long DC winter, we were treated to some of the nation’s finest programming supporting women’s roles in sustainability. Below are just some of […]

Notes From the 2018 Montgomery County Energy Summit

Montgomery County Energy Summit Highlights   This year’s Montgomery County Energy Summit, hosted by Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and USGBC National Capital Region’s Montgomery County Committee focused on the latest trends in commercial energy efficiency and renewable energy to create a greener built environment. Below, we’ve summarized three notable sessions we attended […]

Apply Early to Stay Ahead of New ENERGY STAR Rating Method

ENERGY STAR & EPA Announce Official Date Changes Take Effect    Competition to achieve ENERGY STAR certification in the DC Metro Area grows every year, and with new regulations to ENERGY STAR scores quickly approaching, now is the time to re-certify. GHT has helped more than 70 building owners, property managers, and end users achieve […]

GHT Limited Recognized at 2018 WBC Craftsmanship Awards

Firm Earns Recognition in Various Project Categories     Arlington, VA (January 22, 2018) – GHT Limited (GHT), a leading DC metro area mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineering consulting firm, received recognition on multiple awards in various categories at the 2018 WBC Craftsmanship Awards. These awards, selected on January 11, 2018 bring public recognition […]

Is Your Building at Risk? | How to Prevent a Legionnaires’ Outbreak

Building owners and operators should be aware of recent changes regarding recommended measures to protect building water systems against Legionella contamination. Prior measures, largely focused on inhibiting biological growths within cooling towers may not suffice to protect building occupants from exposure to this dangerous infection-causing bacterium which can grow in any building water system. Though […]

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