Articles by tag: Andrew Legge Podcast

Preserving Charleston Homes, One Wool Insulation at a Time

The New York Times recently wrote about an architecture critic’s quest to bring alive the story of South Carolina’s historic homes and real estate in the face of booming new development. They called it the Newish Charleston, which is a perfect term for the give and take of new construction versus historic preservation. No […]

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Architecture & Design
What Lies In Your Walls? Exploring the Healthy Alternative to Fiberglass Insulation

Today’s consumers are more and more concerned with their health and the health of the planet, and their buying choices reflect these holistic values. Construction materials, like insulation, are no exception to the rule. Though fiberglass insulation has long been the industry standard, there are healthy and environmentally conscious alternatives that are upsetting the […]

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Architecture & Design
Communicating a Green Insulation Responsibility to Customers

As consumers develop an interest in healthy, high-performance building products, coarse wool products such as Havelock Wool are becoming the gold standard for a truly green insulation product. Today on the A&D Podcast brought to you by MarketScale, host Tyler Kern sat down with Cameron Reith, founder and partner of Greenhome Solutions, a family-owned […]

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AEC
The Discussion on Sustainable Materials Is Shifting (Slowly But Surely)

Over time, consumers become more familiar with the vast options for high-quality, sustainable building materials, but how is the conversation coming along on an industry-wide level? On this episode of the AEC podcast brought to you by Marketscale, host Tyler Kern sits down with Andrew Legge, founder of Havelock Wool, and Mike Horgan, design-builder […]

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How Wood & Wool are Intersecting in Sustainable Design

Globally, there are 2.4 trillion square feet of constructed environment, a number slated to double in the next 40 years. Instead of racing to build faster and cheaper, there is a growing demand to build better and more ecologically responsibly. What better material is there than two age-old renewable resources that are finding popular […]

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AEC
Reinventing the RV with Wool, with Havelock Wool and Homegrown Trailers

Renting an RV for a road trip has become a staple of American culture and family bonding. But for a vehicle meant to enable a closer connection to nature, renting an RV is also equated to funny smells and a machine that wasn’t too friendly to the environment meant to be explored. Enter Homegrown […]

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AEC
Insulating with Wool Could Save the Planet with Andrew Legge of Havelock Wool

Wool is common natural fiber. Its applications range widely; it’s a staple of the clothing and textile industries, and it has the ability to absorb odors as well as sounds. You can even use it in making compost. There’s also other surprising uses for wool, namely: building insulation. Andrew Legge is the CEO of Havelock […]

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Ubicquia
Transforming Urban Utilities with AI: Spotlight on Ubicquia’s DTM+ at DISTRIBUTECH 2024
February 29, 2024

In a world where technology is reshaping every aspect of life, Ubicquia is leading the charge in transforming urban development and utility management through the power of artificial intelligence (AI). Dedicated to building safer cities by leveraging the power of technology, Ubicquia has even won awards for its innovations. The DTM+, a device designed […]

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Utility companies
DISTRIBUTECH 2024: How Oracle’s Game-Changing ADMS Tech Can Power the Future of Utility Companies
February 29, 2024

The utility industry is facing disruption: As citizens increasingly transition to electric vehicles and adopt renewable energy sources, utility companies are being forced to grapple with infrastructure too ill-equipped to support these evolving demands. Recognizing the need for a more adaptable and efficient grid, Oracle has introduced its Advanced Distribution Management System (ADMS) alongside […]

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private cellular networks
DISTRIBUTECH 2024: Private Cellular Networks Bring Enhanced Security and Cost-Saving Abilities for the Future of Utilities
February 29, 2024

As global utilities gear up to invest a staggering £2 billion in private cellular networks by 2026, the industry stands on the cusp of a transformation. This massive shift towards private networks underscores a collective move to bolster reliability, enhance security, and achieve unparalleled real-time visibility into utility operations. The essence of this transition […]

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Six pillars in government
Paving the Way for Tomorrow’s Government: An Overview of Six Pillars
February 29, 2024

In this episode of Weaver: Government Impact, host Todd Hoffman, along with guests Brett Nabors, Weaver partner in IT Advisory Services, and Morgan Page, Weaver partner-in-charge with Digital Transformation and Automation Services, explore key trends impacting government operations. This discussion provides an in-depth look at how governments can effectively respond to modern challenges and opportunities, […]

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