Randy Schrecengost, PE, CEM, Stanley Consultants, Austin, Texas

Randy Schrecengost is the Stanley Consultants Austin mechanical department manager and is a principal mechanical engineer. He is a member of the Consulting-Specifying Engineer editorial advisory board.

Articles by Randy Schrecengost, PE, CEM, Stanley Consultants, Austin, Texas

HVAC February 1, 2019

Case study: HVAC system conversion includes remote monitoring

A government facility’s HVAC system was overhauled to make it more efficient and cost-effective.

By Randy Schrecengost, PE, CEM, Stanley Consultants, Austin, Texas
HVAC February 1, 2019

Case study: Flexible, reliable HVAC system

A quiet, efficient, and flexible HVAC system replaced an older one in this government office building.

By Randy Schrecengost, PE, CEM, Stanley Consultants, Austin, Texas
HVAC January 28, 2019

AHUs in HVAC system design configurations

In this third portion, review guidelines, standards, and basic concepts for designing HVAC projects using AHUs.

By Randy Schrecengost, PE, CEM, Stanley Consultants, Austin, Texas
HVAC January 21, 2019

AHU types, components, and configurations

In this second portion, engineers will understand the component makeup of air handling units (AHUs) and their inclusion within various HVAC systems.

By Randy Schrecengost, PE, CEM, Stanley Consultants, Austin, Texas
HVAC January 14, 2019

Why are AHUs important?

Providing energy-efficient and comfortable HVAC systems is an important task for HVAC engineers and designers. In this first part, learn about the importance of air handling units (AHUs) within building HVAC systems.

By Randy Schrecengost, PE, CEM, Stanley Consultants, Austin, Texas
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