HVAC - Energy Efficiency

Dynamic and adaptive building envelopes

While designing the appropriate HVAC system is essential for new and existing buildings, there are... » more

Wood Harbinger: Health Science and Student Resource (HSSR) Building, North Seattle College

Addition to an educational facility; research facility/laboratory » more

SmithGroupJJR: Oakland University Engineering Center

New construction of an educational facility » more

SmithGroupJJR: Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Brock Environmental Center

New construction of an educational facility; office building » more

I. C. Thomasson Associates Inc.: Gaillard Center

Existing building retrofit and addition of a multipurpose complex » more

Gannett Fleming: Gilboa Dam

System overhaul of a dam » more

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HVAC-packaged pumping system

Grundfos’ PACOpaQ is a HVAC packaged pumping system designed for water-based systems in schools, hospitals, commercial buildings, and industrial plants. » more

Air-measuring dampers

Greenheck's AMD-TD series combines the functionality of a thermal-dispersion airflow station and a control damper while measuring airflow down to 100 fpm.  » more

Grooved piping system

Victaulic's grooved piping system complies with ASME standards and is designed for commercial and industrial steam applications with high temperatures and pressures. » more

Pump module for chilled-beam designs

Semco's Neuton is the HVAC plug-and-play controlled chilled-beam pump module (CCBPM) that is designed for reducing chilled-beam system installation and operational costs. » more

Air-source outdoor units

Mitsubishi Electric's updated line of air source VRF outdoor units use HexiCoil technology. » more


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2012 HVAC Research Study

HVAC and BAS study: Comparable trends between small...

Below are a few key comparisons between small and large engineering... » more

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Cannon Design Blog

Clinical best practices, collaboration inform better...

Collaboration on clinical best practices improves... » more

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