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Research shows that we need more modeling to replace design rules of thumb ensuring that occupants are comfortable, healthy, and productive.
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In California, the Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) strives to anticipate future heating and cooling needs for its nine campuses through the HVAC projects it has recently pursued.
Building engineers must keep cybersecurity top-of-mind when specifying products and setting up building automation and control systems.
Sprinkler protection is an essential component of building fire and life safety. Sprinkler fire suppression systems are required to be installed with an understanding of the applicable standards and proper coordination among other building services throughout a project lifecycle.
Schools must prepare students with the knowledge, skills and adaptability for unknown jobs and technology that has not yet been invented.
The clip can support up to 24 cables, and is ideal for handling larger, heavier cable such as Category 6A.
Airports across the country are struggling to increase revenue and find funding for these projects.
In honor of Engineers Week, we asked several professionals around the country to share a piece of advice with the next generation of engineers and pick out what future engineering technology they are most excited for.
Especially suited for protecting equipment in security, access control, alarm, and video systems, this SPD addresses overvoltage transients with a gas discharge tube (GDTs) and silicon avalanche diodes (SADs).
Still in the design phase, this confidential client is using virtual design and construction and building information modeling to execute a lab.
When it comes to cooling pharmaceutical facilities and their processes, we don’t necessarily need the most modern refrigeration technology.