The design and operation of data centers continues to evolve, with ASHRAE Standard 90.4 as guidance
Referring to NFPA 99 helps engineers minimize impacts in hospital and health care projects. Replacing, extending or removing existing systems will result in outages; here are tips on how to avoid problems
Engineers should understand NFPA 99 — along with other guidelines and codes — when designing health care facilities
Read the June 2020 digital edition to learn about NFPA 99, maintaining health care facilities and how engineers are responding to COVID-19.
How engineers should navigate the changes to the 2018 edition of NFPA 99
The University of Kansas Strawberry Hill Behavioral Health Hospital was able to adjust and function through the COVID-19 pandemic thanks to its flexible building design.
Examine three areas of NFPA 99 that are often discussed during the design and construction of a health care facility
Tata Medical Center in Kolkata, India, which regularly treats cancer patients, has adapted to being a testing location for treating COVID-positive cancer patients.
University of Missouri researchers designed a flexible material that can help buildings withstand multiple waves of energy traveling through a solid material, including the ground motions found in earthquakes.
In laboratories across the globe, researchers are working around the clock to develop better testing procedures and treatments to help stop the spread of COVID-19.