Byline: The Science of Radiant

Posted on February 18, 2009 by Nora DePalmaNo Comments

John O’Reilly bylined an article for Reeves Journal about the use of radiant for heating and cooling in a LEED Platinum-certified Bay Area museum. At the time, the California Academy of Sciences  as the largest public facility to garner the certification.

Through interviews with the engineering and design firm Arup and mechanical contractor, O’Brien Mechanical, Inc., O’Reilly reported that the high-ceiling space made it an ideal application for radiant, which keeps the heating and cooling near the floor, not blowing around near the ceiling, as with a conventional forced-air system.

The byline is brand journalism at its best, evolving from a case study that O’Reilly produced for our Uponor client, which also featured his art direction in photography and video.

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