Top 5 Consulting-Specifying Engineer articles: January 28 to February 3, 2022
Read the best articles from the past week. Lighting controls, limiting COVID infections, health care generators, fire pump system design and designing smart buildings.
Consulting-Specifying Engineer‘s top 5 articles online over the past week covered lighting controls, limiting COVID infections, health care generators, fire pump system design and designing smart buildings. Were you out last week? Catch up with a link to each article below.
1. How to use sequence of operations for lighting controls – Sequence operations provides a clear, concise and client-friendly method of communicating lighting design intent.
2. Engineering mitigations limit infection from COVID-19 – Ultraviolet germicidal irradiance (UVGI) has the ability to make buildings and indoor spaces healthier for their occupants by significantly reducing the spread of COVID-19 and future airborne respiratory viruses.
3. Understand the distinctions of generators for health care – Generator systems designed for health care occupancies have a unique set of requirements.
4. Fire pump systems design and coordination – Learn about the details of fire pump design and interdisciplinary coordination throughout the design process.
5. Video: Designing smart buildings with Aaron Szalaj – In this conversation with Aaron Szalaj from Stanley Consultants, hear how designers can help their clients select the most appropriate smart building technologies.