Peter Boileau, PE Featured in SMACNA's Sheet Metal Journal
23 August 2021
Washington State 2018 Commercial Energy Code Review, Part 2 and Final Thoughts
The Benefits of a Scan-to-BIM Project Cycle
16 August 2021
Conquering construction challenges with 3D scanning hardware and sophisticated software for facilities big and small.
Change for the Future: Sustainability Around UMC
04 August 2021
Teams at UMC have began to prove the intersection of authenticity and innovation spurs well-being. We asked ourselves: what can we do to better the health of our planet and prioritize the future?
How Buildings Are ‘Keeping Our Cool’
27 July 2021
Climate comfort: How integrating efficiency, thermal energy recovery with storage, and district energy for a smarter grid mean climate comfort – inside your building and beyond.
How Heat is Cool: UMC Builds Key Partnerships to Harvest Thermal Energy
19 July 2021
UMC is working with our partners to find creative and sustainable ways to recapture and reuse heat as a renewable energy source.
Healthier buildings. Healthier futures.
14 July 2021
A future where management and automation allow owners and facilities managers to be in the driver's seat with fully integrated BAS that is easy to use, less cost and easy to understand.
How Reality Capture is Making Renovations Easier for Commercial Properties
12 July 2021
Reality capture is the process of producing a digital 3D representation of an object, building, or jobsite by scanning it in the field using laser scanners or camera-mounted UAVs.
A Summer of Fun + Learning: Meet UMC’s 2021 Summer Interns
06 July 2021
Meet UMC's summer 2021 summer interns: Sam Kim, Erika Sue and Harrison Rohrough.
Washington Clean Building Standard & Public Buildings
25 June 2021
Does your team at your publicly owned building have the time and technical expertise to meet the new Clean Buildings Standard? This blog post can help.
Peter Boileau Featured in the Spring SMACNAWW Journal
22 June 2021
In the spring issue of SMACNAWW Journal, Peter Boileau, PE, explains the importance of how indoor air quality is more important now than ever before.
Safety. It's a matter of pride. UMC Construction Safety Week 2021
28 April 2021
Doing the right thing at the right time for the right reasons, especially when no one is looking.