Building Types

Courtesy: Glumac
Building Types June 30, 2021

Data-Driven Design: Harnessing building analytics to deliver a low-carbon future

Glumac's new Data-Driven Design Series focuses on cutting edge building design concepts.

By Glumac
Courtesy: Chris Vavra, CFE Media
Building Types January 14, 2021

Ultra-low temperature storage considerations for COVID-19 vaccines

There are many challenges companies need to consider when it comes to ultra-low temperature storage considerations when it comes to safely storing vaccines.

By Jon Flann and Jake Katzenberger
Courtesy: SmithGroup
Data Centers June 25, 2021

Top 5 Consulting-Specifying Engineer articles: June 18-24, 2021

Read the best articles from the past week. Fire protection systems, power for fire/life safety systems, modeling electrical systems, specifying HVAC systems and designing standby power systems.

By Chris Vavra
Courtesy: SmithGroup
Educational July 15, 2021

Designing electrical systems and rooms

Electrical rooms and mechanical, electrical and plumbing spaces are often an afterthought when it comes to building design and planning. This lack of preparation can have unfortunate consequences on the cost, operations and flexibility of the electrical systems for the future.

By CFE Media
Courtesy: Peter Mollick
Hospitals June 2, 2021

Post COVID-19 healthcare facilities planning

With vaccinations underway, an end to the COVID-19 pandemic is on the horizon

By Kurt Neubek and Kregg Elsass
Courtesy: CannonDesign
Labs, Research June 11, 2021

The Big Shift: how laboratory design should respond to personalized medicine

Crucial to the success of personalized medicine is the “big shift” away from large-scale pharmaceutical manufacturing to small-scale lab manufacturing.

By Alicia Pandimos-Maurer
Courtesy: TLC Engineering for Architecture
Mission Critical April 15, 2021

Public safety facilities and technology needs real-time information

Emergency operations centers, 911 communications facilities, law enforcement headquarters and hospital security offices rely on accurate and real-time information.

By Taw North