College and university campus buildings have a lot going on—classes, research, dining, and sleeping. Building automation systems must be carefully specified to control the systems within these buildings.
College and university campus buildings have a lot going on—classes, research, dining, and sleeping. Fire, life safety, mass notification, and emergency communication systems are key components of these campuses.
Ground source water is one of the fastest growing applications of renewable energy in North America. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratories upgraded its Alfred D. Hershey Building with a direct expansion split unitary system.
Without feedback, product designers never know whether their product is and will be a success. By voting for the Product of the Year Finalists, you can help give the building industry's product manufacturers some feedback.
NFPA has released updates to NFPA 72: National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code. This codes and standards article identifies some of the significant changes in NFPA 72-2013 that you will want to be aware of.
Piping is used within many building systems, including HVAC, plumbing, specialty chemicals and fluids, and fire protection. Knowing what type of piping to use in a specific application can help preserve the life of a system or...