Thursday, December 18, 2014
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Building safe, effective health care facilities
Building safe, effective health care facilities

It’s hard to think of an engineering project with higher standards than a hospital or health care facility—successfully designed and installed systems can literally be a matter of life and death. Here, engineers with experience in the field offer advice on how to deliver such projects with a clean bill of health.Read More

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Flexible, sustainable electrical systems
Flexible, sustainable electrical systems

Current building codes and standards allow designers to build flexibility into the electrical system. Read More

Security essentials for BAS
Security essentials for BAS

Engineers should understand the three-legged stool of cybersecurity for building automation systems.Read More

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Designing smoke control systems
Designing smoke control systems

A smoke control system should be designed by a fire protection engineer who can tailor the system to the characteristics of the building and its occupants. Read More

Commissioning lighting systems
Commissioning lighting systems

The complexity of lighting design has made commissioning of lighting controls an essential part of projects. Commissioning for the most part is voluntary; however, if an owner is contemplating U.S.... Read More

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HVAC and Building Automation Systems Study: Seven key findings
In October 2014, Consulting-Specifying Engineer surveyed its audience members responsible for decisions related to the design of HVAC and/or building automation systems (BAS) products and services within their firms. Survey respondents identified seven important high-level findings impacting the HVAC and BAS industries.
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UPS for midsize power users
UPS for midsize power users

The Liebert eXM UPS system is designed for small and medium power requirements seeking greater cost... Read More

Process cooling unit for indoor environments
Process cooling unit for indoor environments

The gPod process cooling unit provides a solution for indoor environments, where floor space is... Read More

Vertical units offer thermal, cooling efficiencies
Vertical units offer thermal,  cooling efficiencies

Allied Air Enterprises' V-Series of vertical units offer thermal efficiencies of up to 95% and... Read More

Dimmable LED ceiling light fixtures
Dimmable LED ceiling light fixtures

The dimmable LED ceiling light fixtures featuring high lumen output, low energy consumption, and... Read More

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