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Evaluating energy codes on a scale
Evaluating energy codes on a scale

ASHRAE Standard 189.1 and IgCC are leading the way to high-performance green buildings. Learn how these two “maps to net zero” handle the enigma of “percent better than code,” with the outright goal being to have updates to energy codes be evaluated on a scale.Read More

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Building envelope testing in existing buildings
Building envelope testing in existing buildings

Existing buildings are tested under different protocols from new buildings, so testing must be approached from many different angles to achieve air tightness and better building performance.Read More

Top tips for integrating fire protection, HVAC systems
Top tips for integrating fire protection, HVAC systems

These nine guidelines will help fire protection engineers integrate fire and life safety systems with HVAC systems. 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

Young architects challenge engineers
Young architects challenge engineers

The newest generation of architects wants to be part of the larger plan.Read More

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ASHRAE Standard 90.1-2010 Addendum cv directly affected Section 10.4.2 (“Other Equipment”) by adding energy efficiency requirements for service water pressure booster systems. The 2010 edition of Standard 90.1 added several new energy efficiency requirements, and many authorities having jurisdiction (AHJs) are beginning to adopt this version of the code.

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