Building Automation and Controls March 17, 2023

K-12 roundtable focuses on automation, control technologies

Building automation and controls systems are being incorporated into K-12 schools

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Buildings March 27, 2023

M&A Valuations in 2023: Nuances Prevail in Very Interesting Times

2023’s Southeast M&A, Strategy, and Innovation Symposium saw discussion of today’s volatile market conditions, and how they will affect valuations in the A&E space.

By Morrissey Goodale

When opportunity knocks

March 20, 2023
Courtesy: CFE Media
Codes and Standards March 23, 2023

Consulting-Specifying Engineer most-viewed codes and standards articles in 2023

Read the best articles about codes and standards including NFPA 101, NFPA 72, international plumbing code and more

By Tyler Wall
Downtown Chicago. Courtesy: CFE Media
Electrical and Power March 24, 2023

Top 5 Consulting-Specifying Engineer Content: March 17-23, 2023

The most viewed content from the past week covered electrical and power systems, electrical system design, emergency lighting and more.

By Tyler Wall
Left: Thermally-operated units. Right: Manually-activated units, 2-unit configuration. Courtesy: Stat-X
Fire and Life Safety March 2, 2023

Fireaway announces United States Coast Guard (USCG) approval

By Stat-X Fire Suppression Systems
HVAC/R and Mechanical March 22, 2023

K-12 roundtable focuses on IAQ, IEQ

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Figure 1: A resort has multiple luminaires by exterior doors, so if more than one was powered by the emergency system, total darkness would be prevented even if one failed. This photo highlights the architectural details of the façade, and also provides wayfinding for the property.
Lighting and Lighting Controls March 9, 2023

Avoiding total darkness in emergency lighting scenarios

By David Repair
Motors and Drives January 17, 2023

Specifying low-voltage variable frequency drives

By Joshua Hunter, PE, CDM Smith, Orlando, Florida

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