By John Goodman
AtmosAir Solutions, which provides clean indoor air technology for commercial, industrial and residential buildings, teamed with Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland with the installment of its Bipolar Ionization (BPI) air purification technology.
AtmosAir indoor air treatment technology was included in the venue’s recent $185 million renovation that has transformed the publicly-owned building into an updated and modernized world-class sports and entertainment showplace for Cleveland and the entire Northeast Ohio region.
AtmosAir was a more sustainable alternative to the maintenance intensive carbon filters that were installed in the older HVAC systems serving the venue’s bowl air handling units. Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse now features some of the latest cutting-edge technology around building controls, automation, and sustainability.
“We are thrilled to announce our installation at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse,” stated Steve Levine, president and CEO of AtmosAir Solutions in Fairfield, CT. “This didn’t happen overnight. We know every technology they installed in the building was thoroughly vetted as the architects and operations personnel have been working on this investment for years. We are happy to play a small part. AtmosAir technology will create a better experience throughout the building, but also help the city and venue save money right away by reducing load and reducing filter maintenance costs.”
“We’ve touched every aspect our venue as part of the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse transformation project, including updating the operational facility systems that ensures that the air inside our building is clean and healthy,” said Antony Bonavita, CVE, executive vice president, venue operations of the Cleveland Cavaliers and Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse. “We’re proud to partner with AtmosAir to not only do just that, but also reduce our carbon footprint, which is very important to us.”