Mission Critical

Mission Critical July 29, 2019

Government facility design: Automation and controls

Consulting engineers are working on government, state, municipal, federal, correctional and military buildings

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Mission Critical July 26, 2019

Government facility design: Electrical, power and lighting

Consulting engineers are working on government, state, municipal, federal, correctional and military buildings

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Mission Critical July 26, 2019

Government facility design: HVAC and plumbing

Consulting engineers are working on government, state, municipal, federal, correctional and military buildings

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Mission Critical July 25, 2019

Government facility design: Fire and life safety

Consulting engineers are working on government, state, municipal, federal, correctional and military buildings

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Mission Critical July 25, 2019

Government facility design

Consulting engineers are working on government, state, municipal, federal, correctional and military buildings

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Mission Critical July 18, 2019

As health care shifts, so do codes

Lower-cost alternatives to traditional hospitals create code challenges for engineers and designers

By Gregory Hudson, PE, HFDP, RMF Engineering, Charleston, South Carolina
Mission Critical July 11, 2019

How is the industry going to cool the 400W chip?

Unlocking the power of cooling in data center retrofits and new builds

By Affiliated Engineers
Mission Critical July 9, 2019

Sheppard Pratt Celebrates Topping Out of Behavioral Health Facility

Sheppard Pratt Health System (SPHS) recently celebrated a major construction milestone on its new Behavioral Health facility in Howard County, Maryland with a topping-out ceremony – the point during construction at which a building has reached its highest, final height.

By Erinn Connor
Mission Critical July 2, 2019

What matters most in your medgas replacement

Medical gas systems serve healthcare facilities by providing gases that are life-sustaining (oxygen), critical-use (medical air), or suction (vacuum) for patients.

By Christoph Lohr
Mission Critical July 1, 2019

Deb Sheehan on Renovating and Expanding Ambulatory Surgery Centers

Deb shines light on how ASCs can ensure staff can effectively continue surgical work amidst ongoing construction.

By Deb Sheehan