A common theme among education conferences is an exploration into what we can do as design partners, facility managers, district leaders, educators, etc. to continuously improve the learning experience for students.
Designed for a peak load of 28,000 tons of cooling and 350 mmbtu/hr heating, the new systems replace a fossil fuel CHP plant with electric drive heat recovery chillers.
In a teaching laboratory, each new day can feel like its own unpredictable experiment, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
Over the last 10 years, some of the biggest changes seen in higher education projects are in the standards now expected for green design.
Take a look at the beautiful student union and its wonderful views.
In this installment of our Ask an Engineering Expert series, April L. Halling, P.E., Project Engineer at RTM Engineering Consultants, answers the question: What trends do you see in designing K-12 schools?
Considerations for electrical testing and commissioning, what's new in NFPA 72, 2019 Product of the Year finalists, designing high-tech k-12 schools, and electrical system development were Consulting-Specifying Engineer's five most clicked articles from last week, April 19 to April 25. Were you out last week? You can catch up here.
Language in the university’s scope of work for a dormitory’s renovation required clarity.
Schools must prepare students with the knowledge, skills and adaptability for unknown jobs and technology that has not yet been invented.
In California, the Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) strives to anticipate future heating and cooling needs for its nine campuses through the HVAC projects it has recently pursued.