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Energy Efficiency August 29, 2022

Stanford University achieves renewable energy milestone

The new solar station brings the university to 100% renewable electricity.

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Case Studies August 17, 2022

Accelerated project delivery amid a global pandemic

AEI provided mechanical, electrical, and piping/plumbing under an accelerated project schedule to meet ownership goals of being operational in just ten months.

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Educational January 20, 2022

MEP designers engage students in immersive campus tour

East Carolina University provides an interactive tour of their latest building addition.

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Lab-planning details that matter January 13, 2022

Project delivery flexibility

Five commonly used project delivery methods.

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Bucky Badger and Chancellor Rebecca Blank stand with donors and other members of the campus and state community as they take shovels in hand during a UW School of Veterinary Medicine building expansion and renovation groundbreaking. (Photos by Bryce Richter / UW-Madison)
Building Types August 31, 2021

UW-Madison Vet Med celebrates groundbreaking for new campus updates

The University of Wisconsin–Madison School of Veterinary Medicine broke ground on its long-anticipated building expansion.

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Energy Efficiency June 14, 2021

AEI’s battery testing expertise

AEI’s experience in battery testing allows for both an integrated design solution and a lean team.

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Codes & Standards: Lighting September 25, 2020

Seven common myths about commercial rooftop solar panels

Solar panels can help a company cut their energy costs and technology advances make them more affordable and economical in the long run.

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Energy Efficiency July 21, 2020

Stanford University: Stanford Energy Systems Innovations

Affiliated Engineers analyzed energy production options, evaluated capital and operating costs, and assessed financial and energy risk through 2050 for Stanford Energy Systems Innovations (SESI).

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Videos May 19, 2020

Technology Applied: Chilled Beams in Hospitals

Chilled beam technology can improve the performance of energy intensive buildings such as hospitals. See video.

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Hospitals May 12, 2020

Provincial Health Services Authority: BC Women’s and Children’s Hospital, The Teck Acute Care Centre (TACC)

Two significant aspects of the BC Women’s and Children’s Hospital, The Teck Acute Care Centre (TACC) project were the incorporation of sustainable design strategies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and operating costs, and resilience design strategies to mitigate the consequences of mass casualty events.

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