The Unico System, manufacturer of the Small Duct High Velocity HVAC, has been featured in the May Issue of Offsite Builder magazine. In this article we covered the topic of SDHV – The Future of Energy-Efficient Modular. Shawn Intagliata, is a co-owner of Unico, makers of the small-duct high-velocity HVAC system. He has installed traditional and […]
Cobalt Creed, the direct-to-builder division of Unico, Inc. the leading manufacturer of The Unico System small-duct central HVAC system, presents at the NAHB’s Building Systems Council Lounge in Las Vegas, NV on Tuesday, January 31 from 12:30 to 1 PM. “We are pleased to again be a sponsor and presenter at the International Builders’ Show, […]
Joe Rankin, Facilities Manager, and Rick Figge, Facilities Superintendent, called upon Shawn Intagliata (SLUH alum ’77) of Cobalt Creed to solve a unique HVAC challenge in the soon to be remodeled Ignatian Conference Room. This room houses a 40-person conference table and the original Jesuit chapel built in 1935. The chapel has relics, artifacts and […]
The master bathroom features its own fireplace, period claw-foot bathtub and discreet central heating and cooling with Cobalt Creed’s installation of the Unico System. Ted, a Coloradan, and Linda, a transplanted New Zealander, both grew up in open spaces and dreamed of one day building their perfect cabin in the mountains. In 2012, that shared […]
iMOD “Our Biggest Challenge is our Biggest Opportunity”: IMS Tackles Educational Projects Through Modular Design and Construction Reconfigurable, Relocatable, and Resilient Buildings and Classrooms iMOD Structures (IMS) is committed to providing the education market—from K-12 schools leading to community colleges and the largest universities—with long-life, high performance classrooms design specifically as healthy and sustainable 21st Century learning […]
Module’s Black Street Development is about bringing well-designed, contemporary homes to the urban core of Pittsburgh, and activating vacant parcels where homes have been absent for decades. The development features three residential homes (totaling four units), all which are designed to meet the Department of Energy’s Zero Energy Ready Standards.