Courtesy: CannonDesign
Hospitals February 25, 2021

Fueling performance in all types of workplaces

A roundtable discussion focused on how workplace settings on health and academic campuses can benefit just as much from strategies to refine, reprogram, and optimize them for high performance and positive employee experience

By CannonDesign
Courtesy: Kiernan Timberlake, Arup
Educational February 15, 2021

How higher education stays ahead of the sustainability curve

Four Arup experts weigh in on the cultural, social, and commercial forces that help higher-ed institutions drive ambitious sustainability goals. 

By Arup
Northeastern ISEC. Courtesy: Warren Jager, Arup
Educational February 8, 2021

The future of higher education

The world of higher education has been profoundly impacted by the COVID-19 crisis and is forcing designers and administrators to change their approach.

By Arup
Courtesy: Clark Nexsen
Energy Management February 4, 2021

Resilient infrastructure study recommendations informs real-world implementation

Clark Nexsen collaborated with Old Dominion University (ODU) to evaluate and report on the recommendations to help ensure the university is safe from flooding.

By Chris Stone
Processor Mark Hernandez demonstrates the installation process for the classroom air quality remote sensors to CU Boulder student volunteer technicians Christiane Nitcheu and Sylvia Akol. Courtesy: Anna Segur, University of Colorado Boulder
HVAC January 27, 2021

Colorado schools receive air filters to improve air quality, reduce COVID-19

University of Colorado Boulder researchers have been working on installing a new generation of high-efficiency air filters in Denver public schools to improve air quality and reduce COVID-19.

By Emily Adams
Figure 5: The final graphical user interface was reviewed by the team before completion. Courtesy: Central Michigan University/Stantec
Building Types January 13, 2021

Case study: University science building control systems

The Central Michigan University biosciences building included a detailed controls approach

By Casimir Zalewski and Derek Crowe
Courtesy: Justin Maconochie, Stantec
Automation, Controls December 30, 2020

Integrating a BAS into design

Building systems should be high-performing, integrated and accessible — and the building automation system is the key to achieving these goals

By Casimir Zalewski and Derek Crowe
Courtesy: Dewberry
Electrical, Power December 28, 2020

Designing flexible, safe labs: Electrical, power and lighting

Safety, budget, flexibility and flexibility are key factors when designing laboratory and research space

By CFE Media
Courtesy: Mark Herboth, WSP
Codes and Standards December 16, 2020

Designing flexible, safe labs: Codes and standards

Safety, budget and flexibility are key factors when designing laboratory and research space

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Courtesy: Engineered Air Balance Co.
Commissioning December 1, 2020

Ask an expert: Justin Garner provides input on COVID-19

Learn from an expert at Engineered Air Balance Co. about the engineering, commissioning, test and balance and business aspects of COVID-19

By Justin Garner, PE, LEED AP, CxA