In this issue, read about boilers and hot water systems, piping materials, integrated building design, and power quality.
Consulting-Specifying Engineer readers have cast their votes for the 2019 Product of the Year; read about the winners.
Engineers should follow four steps during the project life cycle to reduce harmonic distortion and provide consistent, high-quality power
Choosing the right pipe system and design is essential to ensure excellence in mechanical, plumbing, fire protection and beyond
Companies looking to protect their top engineering talent from rivals should look to improve training, benefits and wages to make employees happier and more productive.
There are many different configurations of boilers; learn about the three primary types used for environmental and process systems
St. Louis Engineers Share Insights into John’s Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory on Engineering Tomorrow Podcast
Marc McManus, St. Louis office engineering leader, Alex Oliver, senior mechanical engineer, and Colin Hale, mechanical engineer/energy services, were recently featured on the podcast Engineering Tomorrow to discuss the state-of-the-art Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory.
Inserting a 21-story replacement tower without disrupting the rest of the campus.
A data center required robust piping to transfer chilled water for cooling
Behind India’s high cancer morbidity rate is a lack of education around the disease and limited medical services and insurance coverage.
Understand the various types of pipe and their applications
This session will explore the results and findings of a 2018 update to the database and study, and discuss the challenges of accurate data gathering, particularly for ongoing and monitoringbased Cx.
The continuous development of the construction industry combined with the Great Recession has left the impression that commissioning is a commodity-based service to be engaged as required by certain codes and authorities.