Lighting in hospitals, health care facilities
Read, search, download, and share the digital edition of Consulting-Specifying Engineer. Topics this month include: daylighting design details, emergency illumination, electrical systems, data center air handling units, NFPA 72-2019, and K-12 schools. Read it on your computer or tablet now.
Strategies for implementing new air handling systems, including specific performance criteria, energy use targets, climate and heat recovery are among the many topics to be addressed during the conceptual engineering and design process.
The 2019 update of NFPA 72 provides fire protection engineers improved mass notification and emergency communication guidelines. Here's a look at what's new in the most recent version of the code.
The need for testing and commissioning electrical equipment and systems varies by project, client, system, and building codes.
The opening of the new 340,000-sf surgical tower and ED is a transformational moment for MSMC as it equips them to enhance the care they bring to their patients and community for generations.
Pre-engineered rooftop ventilator models RV-110 and RVE-180 with energy recovery offer capacities up to 18,000 cfm, up to 70 tons of packaged cooling and 1200 mbh indirect gas-fired heating.
This session examines data produced since implementation, including lessons learned, efficiencies gained and a look into the City's more ambitious goals.
AHU component makeup, combined heat and power systems, female engineers as leaders, the 2019 HVAC & Building Automation Systems Study, and developing hyperscale data centers were Consulting-Specifying Engineer's five most clicked articles from last week, March 8-14. Were you out last week? You can catch up here.
This week Morrissey Goodale reported five deals in the U.S. and three international deals involving companies from Belgium and the United Kingdom.
Recently Neil Churman, Director at 7 Mile Advisors, sat down with the Environmental Business Journal to answer their questions regarding 2018 M&A trends.
This session examines current and proposed outcomebased code provisions (including recent guidance from the NIBS) and how Cx providers and others focused on energy performance can assist building owners in achieving goals.