The Langham, Chicago, an Enwave Chicago customer, recently ranked #1 on U.S. News & World Report’s 2017 Best Hotels in the USA list. Located at 330 N. Wabash Ave., the hotel also earned a five-star rating from Forbes Travel Guide. Congratulations!
The Chicago Board of Trade Building holds a special place in the architectural history of downtown Chicago and is vital to the city’s future too. GlenStar Properties renovated the building and signed for 20 more years of Enwave Chicago service.
Hurricane Katrina dealt a blow to New Orleans in 2005. Enwave New Orleans’ chilled-water plant was spared, but the steam plant operated by Enwave was temporarily shut down. Now a new, state-of-the-art steam plant stands in its place. More>>>
At ceremonies Oct. 22, 2016, Landmarks Illinois named LondonHouse Chicago – an Enwave Chicago customer – winner of a 2016 Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Preservation Award in adaptive reuse. Opened in June, the hotel has 452 rooms. More>>>
On the trail of unique buildings in Chicago, WBEZ’s Curious City featured Enwave Chicago’s State and Adams chilled-water plant in its July 10 program, describing the building as an “ice water factory on four vertically stacked floors.” More>>>
The International District Energy Association (IDEA) recently recognized Enwave Chicago as the North American district energy system to secure commitments from the most square footage of customer buildings – more than 4.9 million – in 2015. More>>>
Enwave Chicago announced that President and CEO Dave Bump has been promoted to chief operations officer for Enwave district cooling and heating systems throughout North America. Caryle Coutinho takes Dave's place in Chicago. More>>>
More than a dozen students from the University of Illinois Chicago toured Enwave Chicago’s P-2 Plant, Franklin and Van Buren, in early May. It was our second tour for UIC students, many part of UIC’s Master of Energy Engineering program. More>>>
In fall 2015, Enwave Chicago contracted a dive team to brave the chilly temps to increase the surface of our river water intakes, helping us meet a new environmental standard – EPA Clean Water Act 316(b). More>>>
Now celebrating the 10th anniversary of its deep lake water district cooling system, Enwave Toronto plans to grow the system by 2020. That may take the form of tunneling under Yonge Street or replicating the system on the east end. More>>>
Enwave Chicago won the International District Energy Association's bronze award for most-square-footage signed and renewed to a North American district energy system in 2015. Dave Bump (left) accepted the award from IDEA's Rob Thornton. More>>>
Fifteen ASHRAE Illinois Chapter members toured Enwave Chicago's Plant 2 in early April 2015. Enwave Chicago's Bill Dolan, an ASHRAE member, conducted the tour of the 23,000-ton cooling plant that has a 125,000 ton-hr ice tank. More>>>
Jack Kattner, one of Enwave Chicago’s marketing and sales representatives, gave an overview of our district cooling system to attendees at BOMA Chicago’s brown bag seminar Feb. 18. More>>>
Enwave Chicago’s chilled-water plant occupies more than 50,000 sq ft at State and Adams, making the property a strong investment opportunity per an article on REJournals.com. More>>>