Commercial Conversation #59

In this week’s Commercial Conversation podcast we discuss the serious technician shortage in the HVACR industry, the latest Dodge report numbers on construction growth, and an interesting use of biometrics in a museum.

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands registers as a user at a FST Biometrics facial-recognition station in the ICER Innovation Center museum. Photo: FST Biometrics

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands registers as a user at a FST Biometrics facial-recognition station in the ICER Innovation Center museum. Photo: FST Biometrics

Gary L. Parr is editorial director of Commercial Architecture magazine, and Paul Nutcher is president of Green Apple Group.

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HVAC technicians needed
HVACR Foundation Reports 115,000 HVACR Technicians Will Be Needed by 2022, Retrofit magazine

Dodge on construction
Office, Multifamily Construction Expected to Drive Gains in 2016, Randyl Drummer, CoStar.com

Museum biometrics
ICER Innovation Center Showcases Flexibility of FST Biometrics Solution for Dutch Museum Visitors

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