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.
AEI worked with BB&T Bank Primary Data Center to provide an interactive critical operations manual (COM) that integrates into the asset management system
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.
Research from Northwestern University offers comprehensive analysis presents a more nuanced presents of global energy use related to data centers
Your questions answered: How to specify backup, standby and emergency power in mission critical facilities
Additional information from the Feb. 27, 2020, webcast was provided by the presenters
In this case, yes you can. Learn from the team that designed energy-efficient cooling in a California data center
David L. Moss Criminal Justice Center, Tulsa, Okla.
Commissioning electrical systems in mission critical facilities requires great care and planning and save clients the extreme costs from system outages due to improperly tested equipment or insufficient levels of testing
When designing backup, standby and emergency power systems for mission critical facilities, there are several considerations beyond NFPA 70: National Electrical Code and other building code requirements that must be addressed.
NFPA 101: Life Safety Code is one of the primary sources for the requirements of exit pathways