Patrick Lynch, Project Manager

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MNS, ECS August 12, 2011

2011 MEP Giants

Over the past year, the engineering firms that make up the 2011 MEP Giants have made a commitment to having a diverse portfolio of building specialties, while continuing to invest in their young engineers’ development.

By Patrick Lynch, Project Manager
Codes and Standards October 18, 2010

MEP Giants 2010

In 2010, engineering firms focus on energy-efficiency initiatives this year, while investing heavily in the continued development of their in-house engineers.

By Patrick Lynch, Project Manager
Other Building Types October 18, 2010

View from the top

The 2010 MEP Giants provide insight on the state of the engineering industry and what to look for in 2011.

By Patrick Lynch, Project Manager
Codes and Standards September 19, 2010

2010 Product of the Year Winners

At the close of the Sixth Annual Product of the Year Awards, one thing stands out above the rest—this year was definitely different from years past.

By Patrick Lynch, Project Manager
Healthcare Facilities August 30, 2010

Video: Gamewell-FCI talks fire and life safety

Patrick Lynch, Project Manager and Editor with Consulting-Specifying Engineer magazine sits down with National Sales Manager Mike Madden from Gamewell-FCI to discuss life safety technologies, NFPA code changes, and the evolving life safety marketplace.

By Patrick Lynch, Project Manager
MNS, ECS August 5, 2010

Product of the Year Voting time is here!

VOTE NOW Consulting-Specifying Engineer’s annual Sixth Product of the Year competition announces its finalists. Readers can cast their votes in these 10 categories online for a chance at deciding who receives the premier award for new products in the HVAC/R, fire, electrical, lighting, building software, BAS, and plumbing systems engineering markets. Check out the digital edition and read the full story about the 2010 Product of the Year Finalists.

By Patrick Lynch, Project Manager
Codes and Standards August 4, 2010

An update on ASHRAE 62.1

Our expert MEP Roundtable panel discusses the major changes to the 2010 edition of ASHRAE 62.1 and how these modifications will alter mechanical system design, building performance, and energy codes compliance.

By Patrick Lynch, Project Manager
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