UTC Building & Industrial Systems – Leader in Sustainability
At UTC Building and Industrial Systems, sustainability leadership is something that comes naturally. Whether it’s intelligent building solutions, elevators and escalators, heating and cooling, fire safety and security, or refrigeration—sustainability is always at the top of our minds. We understand the green building movement because we were there when it began.
Carrier – The Art of the Invisible
Every year, approximately six million people visit the Sistine Chapel. In 2010, Carrier learned that human presence was degrading Michelangelo’s frescoes, and the only way to preserve them was to stop public visits. Working hand in hand with The Vatican, international teams from United Technologies and Carrier deployed a series of innovations to ensure the protection and safety of the museums’ artwork, spaces and visitors. In 2014, a state-of-the-art air management solution to preserve the artwork of the Sistine Chapel was unveiled and is nearly invisible to the Chapel’s 20,000 daily visitors.
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UTC Building & Industrial Systems – Welcome to the Future
In 1975 there were 3 megacities – urban centers with more than 10 million people, Today there are 28 and by 2030, there will be 41 megacities worldwide. Cities are the future. For almost 200 years, the brands of UTC Building & Industrial Systems have been building the city, shaping the modern skyline and paving the way to sustainability.
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UTC Building & Industrial Systems – Building Possible
What is “possible”? Possible is turning “what if” into “what is.” At UTC Building & Industrial Systems, we’ve been building possible for almost 200 years. Otis built the world’s first safety elevator, Carrier invented modern air conditioning, Kidde pioneered fire suppression, Edwards revolutionized signaling and Chubb re-envisioned security. Our founders built these industries, and we continue to lead the way. We cool the world’s greatest landmarks, safeguard cities and homes, and our elevators travel to heights hardly imagined. We engineer, manufacture, sell and maintain the products that make modern life possible.
UTC Building & Industrial Systems Overview
Intelligent, efficient solutions from UTC Building & Industrial Systems are making the world a better place to live. UTC Building & Industrial Systems is the world's largest provider of building technologies. Its elevator, escalator, fire-safety, security, building automation, heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration systems and services promote integrated, high-performance buildings that are safer, smarter and sustainable. UTC Building & Industrial Systems is a unit of United Technologies Corp., a leading provider to the aerospace and building systems industries worldwide.
Green Shoots Video
UTC Building & Industrial Systems employee volunteers lead the Green Shoots program, a community outreach initiative that supports children in rural areas in Asia through improving the school environment, enriching students' learning and promoting environmental conservation.
One Company. One Team.
UTC Building & Industrial Systems continues to make life in modern cities possible, building on the shared legacy of pioneers who invented products that created industries that we still serve today.
Sustainability and the Built Environment
John Mandyck, chief sustainability officer,UTC Building & Industrial Systems, lectured at the Harvard School of Public Health as part of the "Human Health and Global Environmental Change" course at the Harvard Extension School. Mandyck discussed mega global environmental trends that influence green buildings, as well as technology solutions available today in the HVAC, fire protection and security space.
Living on Earth Podcast: Cooling with CO2
Most refrigeration relies on a potent group of greenhouse gasses called HFCs. But John Mandyck of UTC Building & Industrial Systems tells Living on Earth's Steve Curwood that his company has developed a new technology that can cool shipping containers using CO2 directly from the atmosphere.