Featured eFlow USA Projects

11 Varick Street, New York, NY 

111 Varick Street, NYC is nearing completion and will feature eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators! This 30-story, 108,000-sf building brings a mix of 100 affordable and market-rate rental units. It is  designed by S9 Architecture and developed by Kimmel 111, LLC with Madigan Development as the owner’s representative. CM & Associates is in charge of construction. The building is pursuing LEED Silver certification. The sustainability program for 111 Varick is using a combination of low-emission, conscientiously sourced construction materials, enhanced HVAC and air filtration systems, and strategic passive solar design...

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The Parkline, 50 E. Randolph St, Chicago, IL

The Parkline building located at 50 E. Randolph St, Chicago, IL will feature eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators!  The Parkline, a 295,000-square-foot residential building in the Chicago Loop, was developed by Moceri + Roszak and designed by Thomas Roszak architects. The MEP Engineer on this project is Consentini Associates and project is managed by SteelGrass, LLC . The lead contractor on file is Clark Construction Group.  This 25-story building will offer 190 apartments and 24 condominiums. The residential units will average 946 square...

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180 East 88th Street, NYC

Construction is almost complete at 180 East 88th Street, a luxury condominium in New York City Upper East Side neighborhood. Designed and developed by DDG with HTO Architects as the architect of record, the 31-story building is located between East 87th Street and East 88th Street and offers views far beyond Central Park. The property contains 100,242 square feet of residential space averaging 2,088 square feet per apartment and each with 14-foot-high ceilings. Buildings upper floor apartments all feature eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators at...

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Westin Las Vegas Hotel & Spa, 160 E. Flamingo Road, Las Vegas, NV

The 826-room Westin Las Vegas Hotel & Spa, at 160 E. Flamingo Road, recently completed a major renovation project that included making the hotel a non smoking facility. In keeping with the hospitality sector’s focus on improving indoor air quality, custom 6”x4” eFlow- CAR assemblies set to 30 CFM were installed in every guest room. About eFlow-CAR eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulator (CAR) is a low-cost solution for balancing ventilation systems, eliminating the need for on-site balancing and ongoing maintenance. The Constant Airflow Regulator’s control of...

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Sven at Queens Plaza Park, Long Island City, NY

eFlow is proud to announce that Sven at Queens Plaza Park, Long Island City, NY will feature over 3,000 of eFlow-MAX High Capacity Constant Airflow Regulators and eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators (CARs). Residents of this building will enjoy an automatically balanced, high-efficiency ventilation system that will provide high indoor air quality and energy savings. The manufacturer’s representative, Mechanical Technologies,  facilitated the sale of eFlow products for the Queens Park Plaza project. This is the first project of this magnitude in...

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The Ed Sullivan Theater, New York, NY

The Ed Sullivan Theater is a historic Landmark located at 1697-1699 Broadway in Manhattan, New York.  The theater is a 13-story, brown brick office building with a ground-floor designated to theater.  It was designed by architect Herbert Krapp and built by Arthur Hammerstein.  The theater opened its doors on November 30, 1927. The theater is currently home to CBS' late night talk show, The Late Show. In 2015 the landmark theater underwent a $18 million restoration. Despite this massive restoration...

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211 West 29th Street, NYC is Passive House Institute Certified! 

Installation of eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators at 211 West 29th Street, New York, NY contributed to the project obtaining a Passive House Institute Certification.  The Passive House Institute (PHI) is an independent research institute and is the only internationally recognized performance-based energy standard in construction. Designed by ZH Architects, EP Engineering and Steven Winter Associates -Passive House consultants, 211 West 29th Street, NYC is currently one of the tallest Passive House building in the world. This 24 story mixed use project has...

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The Livonia affordable housing, Brooklyn NY

Targeting LEED Silver certification! The Livonia, affordable housing development in Brooklyn NY is a four-building complex. It features  292 apartments of affordable housing and provides 30,000 square feet of community and retail space for the growing neighborhood. NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) and the New York City Housing Development Corporation (HDC) together with Magnusson Architecture and Planning (MAP) enlisted Steven Winter Associates, Inc. to provide energy analysis, sustainability consulting, and the third-party verification with the quality assurance...

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211 West 29th Street, NYC, built to Passive House standards

Manhattans’s second-largest building built to Passive House standards, 211 West 29th Street, NYC, will feature eFlow-Constant Airflow Regulators!  This building now rises 24 stories and will house 55 rental units. Once completed, 211 West 29th Street will be a mixed-use, mixed-income (affordable and market-rate) rental building.  The building is being built to Passive House standards under the supervision of  Steven Winter Associates Energy Consultant and will offer apartment layouts ranging from studios to three-bedroom units and will have passive house features...

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West 245 West 99th Street, NYC

Classic Stack Effect issue at 245 West 99th Street, NYC-corrected by installing eFlow Constant Airflow Regulators! Built in 2008, Ariel West at 245 West 99th street features 32 stories and 90 superbly designed two to five bedroom units. This extraordinary glass tower offers a sensual blend of lavish materials, gracious interior detailing, modern technology and an astounding array of family amenities. Problem:Classic High-Rise building Stack Effect and air balancing issue Residence of Ariel West experienced extremely uncomfortable conditions in common hallways throughout...

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