A research report and a webcast empower and encourage engineers and building owners to collaborate on energy efficiency. » more
TCP/IP interoperability allows flexibility for energy harvesting sensors and control systems. » more
Labs have unique building automation and HVAC control requirements. Here’s a look at two examples of university research labs. » more
When electrical engineers review the location of rated walls, they should consider the layout of their equipment to avoid the need to firestop. » more
When a decision is made to use paralleled generator sets, many considerations need to be addressed to ensure a reliable system. » more
China’s colocation market to witness 40% per annum compound growth until 2016. » more
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NFPA 3 focuses on active and passive fire protection and life safety systems. » more
System overhaul: Energy audits, Cantor Art Center and Cecil H. Green West Library; Salas O'Brien » more
New construction: Flats East, LLC Mixed Use Development; Thorson Baker and Associates Inc. » more
When working on mixed-use buildings, engineers must address many needs in one building. » more
When working on mixed-use buildings, engineers must address many needs in one building. This reviews aspects of HVAC, automation and controls, and energy efficiency. » more
Specialized commissioning, retrocommissioning, and testing, adjusting, and balancing firms are increasing, with emphasis on specialized work. » more
In 2010, engineering firms focus on energy-efficiency initiatives this year, while investing heavily in the continued development of their in-house engineers. » more
A challenge in designing a substation is to time synchronize all connected devices, which requires proper design. » more
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