The 2019 40 Under 40 winners are changing the world, one building at a time.
Power usage effectiveness can unlock stranded IT capacity and create a new source of revenue.
Providing cooling/heating comfort and energy efficiency in hospitals and health care buildings is an ongoing challenge for mechanical engineers. Emphasis on building performance, indoor air quality (IAQ), and adoption of energy-efficient building codes is increasing. Designs are based on a host of variables beyond space type and understood loads including operating costs, first cost, life cycle cost, and measurement and verification (M&V) requirements.
Your questions answered: Critical power: Transformers, UPS and switchgear in mission critical facilities
Several questions were not addressed during the webcast on transformers, uninterruptible power supplies and switchgear. Read the answers here.
With a rising senior population, there’s a vital need for more senior living facilities and improved senior living care capabilities.
Manufacturing, building automation products strengthened by deal, company officials say.
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This week Morrissey Goodale reported two deals in the U.S. and two international deals involving companies from Canada, the United Kingdom, and Australia.
The following trends were noted within the healthcare construction community as at PDC Summit.
Electrical Engineer, Principal, Hafer, Evansville, Indiana BS Electrical Engineering, University of Evansville
Associate Principal, Arup, New York City BEng Mechanical Engineering and BA, University of Sydney, Australia
Associate, Kohler Ronan Consulting Engineers, New York City BS and MAE Architectural Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, University Park