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Smarter Buildings

Given their environmental impact, it's time
we designed from the earth up

Smarter rebuilding in New Orleans
Tulane University is recovering from $650 million dollars worth of damage from Hurricane Katrina with a smarter transformation at its school of architecture—fittingly.

Shrinking a carbon footprint
A five percent year-over-year incremental energy savings is expected at the IBM Rochester, Minnesota facility. Years of energy efficiency improvements and observations in the pilot indicate an eight percent annual savings in operating costs.

A city within a city
The Venetian hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada uses 46 million gallons of water a month and enough electrical capacity to run 25,000 homes. But IBM Maximo helps this massive facility stop gambling with efficiency.

A smarter headquarters
IBM's headquarters in Armonk, New York is one of the first IBM facilities to showcase the company's solution for smarter buildings, with reduced energy costs, decreased maintenance and improved comfort.

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