In response to strong growth and the addition of several new employees, HIGHMARK recently moved into new headquarters located at 1460 Broadway in New York City.
HIGHMARK co-founders Richard Gerbe and Anthony Sannazzaro were interviewed by ACHR News on how water reuse and filtration in commercial buildings can maximize building efficiency and resource conservation.
The innovative rainwater reuse system that HIGHMARK installed in Etsy’s brand-new global headquarters was featured in several top media outlets, including The Huffington Post, Fast Company’s CO.EXIST, The Real Deal, Observer and Inhabitat NYC.
An article by HIGHMARK co-founder Richard Gerbe, “Building Efficiency Supports Renewable Energy,” was featured in Energy Manager Today.
HIGHMARK Co-Founder, Richard Gerbe, was named a 2016 40 Under 40 award winner by Consulting-Specifying Engineer Magazine due to his ability to “stand out personally and professionally” as determined by the award’s judges.
HIGHMARK completed a successful showing of its innovative efficiency-focused technologies at BuildingsNY 2016, which appeared to have record turnout this year.
HIGHMARK will be exhibiting at BuildingsNY 2016, one of New York City’s top events looking at the latest in building renovation, restoration and retrofit, with an emphasis on enhancing building efficiency and profitability.
Photocatalytic Oxidation (PCO), a technology represented by HIGHMARK, was featured in Health Facilities Management for its effectiveness in MRSA reduction.
HIGHMARK and Franklin Control Systems, a manufacturer of efficient motor-control technology, helped to raise over $100,000 to defeat ALS as part of the “Ski to Defeat ALS” charity event.
An article written by HIGHMARK’s co-founder, Richard Gerbe, on the “Four Steps to Controlling Legionella Growth in Cooling Towers” was featured in Engineering News-Record (ENR) New York.