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Courtesy: Morrissey Goodale
Business of Engineering March 27, 2020

Weekly merger, acquisition, deal update: March 27, 2020

This week Morrissey Goodale reported three deals in the U.S. and three deals involving companies from the United Kingdom.

By Morrissey Goodale
Courtesy: SmithGroup
Office Buildings March 24, 2020

Case study: Office building pressurization

Consider the impact of infiltration and building pressurization on air systems in an office building

By Kevin Ricart, PE; Rosemary Hwang, LEED AP; and Connor Harrigan
Control systems will have more than 20,000 discrete control points. Courtesy: Affiliated Engineers Inc.
Data Centers March 27, 2020

BB&T Bank Primary Data Center

AEI worked with BB&T Bank Primary Data Center to provide an interactive critical operations manual (COM) that integrates into the asset management system

By Affiliated Engineers
Courtesy: Arup
HVAC March 30, 2020

How to design K-12 schools: HVAC, plumbing systems

With increasingly complex systems and technology coming into play, work on modern K-12 projects is anything but elementary

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Courtesy: RTM Associates
Hospitals March 30, 2020

Preparing for COVID–19: Strategies for creating isolation areas with existing hospital infrastructure

Hospitals and clinics will need to find ways to support an increase in patients who test positive for the virus. Strategies for creating isolation wards and using underutilized space can help.

By RTM Associates
Courtesy: Aaron Lindberg Photography, CRB
Building Types February 21, 2020

Vivarium renovation planning and design

The University of Texas at Arlington (UTA), a Tier I Research University, wanted to develop a barrier suite within its existing vivarium facility.

By CRB
Courtesy: CannonDesign
Hospitals March 18, 2020

How U.S. hospitals are designed to battle coronavirus, other infectious diseases

Hospitals are designed to control the spread of infectious diseases like COVID-19. A look at how they do this as well as some ideas health systems may want to consider as they prepare for the pandemic-related possibilities we face.

By CannonDesign