Building Types

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Building Types September 16, 2021

Four ways to create training facilities that better support athlete’s mental health and mental fitness

Simone Biles stood up for mental health by sitting down at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Citing her mental wellness, Biles withdrew from multiple gymnastics competitions to best empower her teammates to medal at the games.

By CannonDesign
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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
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Data Centers September 17, 2021

Top 5 Consulting-Specifying Engineer articles: September 10-16, 2021

Read the best articles from the past week. University supercomputers, NFPA 99, chilled water plant performance, indoor air quality and chiller energy optimization.

By Chris Vavra
Educational September 8, 2021

Lighting: How codes and guidelines affect lighting design

Before starting any lighting design specifications, several resources must be considered, which will be presented at this session. Engineers also should seek third-party objective sources for information on and comparison of directionality, efficacy and other properties.

By CFE Media
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Hospitals September 14, 2021

How medtail merges healthcare with the convenience of retail

Henderson’s retail practice director Jason Wollum and healthcare practice director Mark Chrisman discussed The Growing Buzz Around Medtail in a recent webinar.

By Mark Chrisman
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Labs, Research September 2, 2021

Building, renovating and engineering Labs: Six things developers and clients should know

Developing lab facilities is far more complicated than developing most other building types, especially when it comes to MEP engineering.

By George Hachem and Nick Caronna
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Mission Critical August 17, 2021

What hardened facilities can do for the continuity of critical services

Hardened facilities can continue critical services through natural disasters and man-made threats.

By Dewberry