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Restaurant, Retail May 13, 2022

Title 24 update: what does it mean for retailers?

The California Building Energy Efficiency Standards update and the impacts these changes will have on retailers.

By Brent Felten and Brian Alessi
Restaurant, Retail September 1, 2021

Project profile: Harlem Irving Plaza (the HIP)

A three-story renovation took place at Harlem Irving Plaza while the mall stayed open to the public.

By RTM Engineering Consultants
Restaurant, Retail January 6, 2021

The future of retail

Thoughtful technology integration and the creative reuse of space will be at the forefront as the retail industry evolves from COVID-19.

By Jason Wollum and John Passantino
Restaurant, Retail August 27, 2020

Engineering a safer dining experience for restaurants

Restaurants face a unique challenge because of COVID-19, but companies and consulting engineers can help by making the overall design safer and cleaner for workers and customers.

By Brian Sander
Restaurant, Retail June 19, 2020

How is COVID-19 affecting retail, restaurants? Electrical, power and lighting are discussed

With consumers frequently enjoying delivered meals and shopping for goods online, brick-and-mortar restaurants and retail structures need to be more advanced in their power, electrical and lighting systems to compete

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail June 15, 2020

How is COVID-19 affecting retail, restaurants?

With consumers frequently enjoying delivered meals and shopping for goods online, brick-and-mortar restaurants and retail structures need to be more advanced than ever to compete

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail June 15, 2020

How is COVID-19 affecting retail, restaurants? Learn about energy conservation

With consumers frequently enjoying delivered meals and shopping for goods online, brick-and-mortar restaurants and retail structures need to be more advanced and energy-efficient than ever to compete

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail June 4, 2020

Six grocery and warehouse design trends because of COVID-19

COVID-19 is forcing grocery and warehouse companies to change their design to potentially stem the flow of the virus while keeping operations moving.

By Henderson Engineers
Restaurant, Retail May 27, 2020

The restaurant of the future is not a restaurant

The traditional idea of the restaurant is rapidly changing as consumers' tastes and priorities change due to COVID-19.

By Joanne Heyob
Restaurant, Retail May 19, 2020

Five tips for retailers offering BOPIS to consumers

Buy online pick-up in store (BOPIS) is common because of the COVID-19 pandemic. See five tips on how to make the practice easier.

By Lee Peterson
Restaurant, Retail February 26, 2020

The role of building systems in warehouse design

Warehouse design is evolving and changing the way retailers are building warehouses to meet the high delivery expectations consumers have.

By Justin Harvey and Tony Welter
Restaurant, Retail June 25, 2019

Retail, restaurant and mixed-use facilities

What are the trickiest aspects of retail, restaurant and mixed-use projects and what trends lie ahead? Read on for solid advice from experienced professionals.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail March 8, 2019

Turning old buildings into community coffee shops

Building renovation is complicated, and often times more challenging than building ground up because you have to take into account existing conditions, and prepare yourself for a lot of unknowns.

Restaurant, Retail February 25, 2019

The future of retail: 5 takeaways from ICSC Centerbuild

Learn the top 5 trends to watch for when designing retail environments according to experts at Henderson Engineers.

By Jason Wollum
Restaurant, Retail September 4, 2018

How hospitality design makes spaces (of all types) better for users

Learn how hospitality design can help organizations push new boundaries, achieve competitive differentiation, and bolster recruitment and retention.

By Tina Manis, CannonDesign
Restaurant, Retail August 31, 2018

Designing sports arenas, theaters, and other specialty structures: Automation, controls, and technology

Specialty facilities like sports stadiums and theaters have to do more than host the entertainment these days—they’re full of technological bells and whistles and high client expectations especially in regards to automation and controls.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail August 31, 2018

Designing sports arenas, theaters, and other specialty structures: Sustainable buildings/energy efficiency

Specialty facilities like sports stadiums and theaters have to do more than host the entertainment these days—they’re full of technological bells and whistles and high client expectations in regards to making the building sustainable and energy efficient.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail August 30, 2018

Designing sports arenas, theaters,and other specialty structures: Codes and standards

Specialty facilities like sports stadiums and theaters have to do more than host the entertainment these days—they’re full of technological bells and whistles and high client expectations while also having to comply with codes and standards.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail August 30, 2018

Designing sports arenas, theaters,and other specialty structures: Fire/life safety

Specialty facilities like sports stadiums and theaters have to do more than host the entertainment these days—they’re full of technological bells and whistles and high client expectations when it comes to fire/life safety.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail August 29, 2018

Designing sports arenas, theaters,and other specialty structures: Electrical, power, and lighting

Specialty facilities like sports stadiums and theaters have to do more than host the entertainment these days—they’re full of technological bells and whistles and high client expectations when it comes to electrical, power, and lighting.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail June 29, 2018

Exploring retail, restaurant, and mixed-use facilities

Consumers increasingly want a great experience and a good value when they’re dining out or shopping—and that desire is reflected in the demands of engineers assigned to design retail, restaurant, and mixed-use projects.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail June 29, 2018

Exploring retail, restaurant, and mixed-use facilities: Automation, controls, and technology

Consumers increasingly want a great experience and a good value when they’re dining out or shopping—and that desire is reflected in the demands of engineers assigned to design automation, controls and technology in retail, restaurant, and mixed-use projects.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail June 29, 2018

Exploring retail, restaurant, and mixed-use facilities: Codes and standards and electrical, power, and lighting

Consumers increasingly want a great experience and a good value when they’re dining out or shopping—and that desire is reflected in the demands of engineers assigned to design electrical, power, lighting and to comply with codes and standards in retail, restaurant, and mixed-use projects.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail May 31, 2018

Exploring complex hotels, resorts, and casinos: Fire/life safety

Casinos and resorts are designed for fun and relaxation, but with such projects becoming increasingly complex and high-tech, engineers charged with tackling these structures have challenging work ahead of them in regards to fire/life safety.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail May 30, 2018

Exploring complex hotels, resorts, and casinos: Sustainable buildings/energy efficiency

Casinos and resorts are designed for fun and relaxation, but with such projects becoming increasingly complex and high-tech, engineers charged with tackling these structures have challenging work ahead of them in regards to sustainable buildings and energy efficiency.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail May 29, 2018

Exploring complex hotels, resorts, and casinos: Electrical/lighting/power

Casinos and resorts are designed for fun and relaxation, but with such projects becoming increasingly complex and high-tech, engineers charged with tackling these structures have challenging work ahead of them in regards to electrical/lighting/power.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail May 18, 2018

Exploring complex hotels, resorts, and casinos: Codes and standards

Casinos and resorts are designed for fun and relaxation, but with such projects becoming increasingly complex and high-tech, engineers charged with tackling these structures have challenging work ahead of them in regards to complying with codes and standards.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail May 18, 2018

Exploring complex hotels, resorts, and casinos: Automation and controls

Casinos and resorts are designed for fun and relaxation, but with such projects becoming increasingly complex and high-tech, engineers charged with tackling these structures have challenging work ahead of them in regards to automation and controls.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail May 16, 2018

Exploring complex hotels, resorts, and casinos: HVAC

Casinos and resorts are designed for fun and relaxation, but with such projects becoming increasingly complex and high-tech, engineers charged with tackling these structures have challenging work ahead of them in regards to HVAC.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail May 16, 2018

Exploring complex hotels, resorts, and casinos

Casinos and resorts are designed for fun and relaxation, but with such projects becoming increasingly complex and high-tech, engineers charged with tackling these structures have challenging work ahead of them.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail September 11, 2017

Project Profile: Large-scale resort designed and consructed

M Resort is a full-service hotel, casino, and spa just south of Las Vegas Boulevard.

By Southland Industries
Restaurant, Retail September 6, 2017

Project Profile: Ultra-modern CityCenter tower

Aria Tower sits on 68-acres and serves as a centerpiece of the city’s downtown development

By Southland Industries
Restaurant, Retail July 27, 2017

Tips to design multifamily and mixed-use buildings: Controls and automation

Multifamily dwellings and mixed-use buildings are becoming more prevalent. Some best practices and tips are offered for engineering building automation systems and controls in these residential buildings.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail July 26, 2017

Tips to design multifamily and mixed-use buildings

Multifamily dwellings and mixed-use buildings are becoming more prevalent. Some best practices and tips are offered for engineering systems in these residential buildings.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail July 26, 2017

Tips to design multifamily and mixed-use buildings: Electrical, lighting

Multifamily dwellings and mixed-use buildings are becoming more prevalent. Some best practices and tips are offered for engineering electrical, power, and lighting systems in these residential buildings.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail May 24, 2017

Check into hotel, motel, resort high-tech designs

Hotels, motels, and resorts accommodate thousands of people. Here, engineers explain just how challenging it is to deliver unique design concepts and ensure these structures are in compliance.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail May 24, 2017

Check into hotel, motel, resort high-tech designs: electrical/lighting/power and fire/life safety

Hotels, motels, and resorts accommodate thousands of people. Here, engineers explain just how challenging it is to deliver unique design concepts and ensure these structures are in compliance specifically in regards to electrical/lighting/power and fire/life safety.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail January 25, 2017

Five steps to success with ASHRAE 90.1

ASHRAE Standard 90.1: Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings is one of the main drivers used in any building design. Read the top five best practices for engineers to understand the key elements of this standard.

By Cory Duggin, PE, LEED AP BD+C, BEMP, TLC Engineering for Architecture, Tenn.
Restaurant, Retail December 12, 2016

LED retrofit kits

The LED retrofit kit connectability enhancements allow installers to electrically link more from one power source.

By Litetronics
Restaurant, Retail September 26, 2016

Anti-bacterial line of plugs and connectors

SteriGuard plugs and connectors feature anti-bacterial line of plugs, connectors, and cord sets.

By Legrand
Restaurant, Retail August 22, 2016

Research note: Latin American fire equipment market offers growing opportunities in automotive, hospitality, and transportation industries.

Many manufacturers are moving their production facilities out of the United States and across the border to Mexico and other Latin American countries, to take advantage of the lower cost of labor and an improving logistics network.

By Justin Siller, IHS Markit; and Tim Hewitt, IHS Markit
Restaurant, Retail July 25, 2016

Top 5 Consulting-Specifying Engineer Articles, July 18-24: NFPA 99, medium-voltage electrical systems, 40 Under 40, more

Articles about NFPA 99, medium-voltage electrical systems, 40 Under 40, putting COPS into context, and designing generator fuel systems are Consulting-Specifying Engineer's five most clicked articles from last week, July 18-24. Were you out last week? Miss something? You can catch up here.

By Ksenia Avrakhova
Restaurant, Retail July 18, 2016

Top 5 Consulting-Specifying Engineer Articles, July 11-17: 40 Under 40, combined heat and power systems, backup power systems, more

Articles about 40 Under 40, combined heat and power systems, backup power systems, NFPA 99, and noise and vibration control in building design are Consulting-Specifying Engineer's five most clicked articles from last week, July 11-17. Were you out last week? Miss something? You can catch up here.

By Ksenia Avrakhova
Restaurant, Retail July 14, 2016

Programmable heating with digital wall heater

Programmable heating with the Artisan SmartSeries Architectural Digital Wall Heater automatically adjusts wattage output and blower speed resulting in energy efficiencies.

By Marley Engineered Products
Restaurant, Retail July 11, 2016

Top 5 Consulting-Specifying Engineer Articles, July 4-10: 40 Under 40, noise and vibration control, combined heat and power systems, more

Articles about 40 Under 40, noise and vibration control, combined heat and power systems, NFPA 99, and regulation of commercial, industrial fan efficiency are Consulting-Specifying Engineer's five most clicked articles from last week, July 4-10. Were you out last week? Miss something? You can catch up here.

By Ksenia Avrakhova
Restaurant, Retail July 7, 2016

Rising demand for food and refrigeration systems in retail outlets, hotels, restaurants, and hospitality drives commercial refrigeration equipment market growth

The rising consumer base in developing economies, rise in disposable incomes, rapidly changing food-consumption trends, and growing demand for food and refrigeration systems in retail stores, hotels, and restaurants is fuelling the growth of the global industry.

By Global Market Insights
Restaurant, Retail July 5, 2016

Top 5 Consulting-Specifying Engineer Articles, June 27 to July 3: NFPA 99, 40 Under 40, fire protection for IDF and MDF rooms, more

Articles about NFPA 99, 40 Under 40, fire protection for IDF, MDF rooms, noise and vibration control in building design, and stand-alone health care buildings are Consulting-Specifying Engineer's five most clicked articles from last week, June 27 to July 3. Were you out last week? Miss something? You can catch up here.

By Ksenia Avrakhova
Restaurant, Retail June 27, 2016

Top 5 Consulting-Specifying Engineer Articles, June 20-26: 40 Under 40, Product of the Year, inverter duty, more

Articles about 40 Under 40, 2016 Product of the Year finalists, inverter duty, HVAC: cooling systems, and medium-voltage electrical systems are Consulting-Specifying Engineer's five most clicked articles from last week, June 20-26. Were you out last week? Miss something? You can catch up here.

By Ksenia Avrakhova
Restaurant, Retail June 20, 2016

Top 5 Consulting-Specifying Engineer Articles, June 13-19: Smoke control, Product of the Year, 40 Under 40, more

Articles about Smoke control, 2016 Product of the Year finalists, 40 Under 40, medium-voltage electrical systems, and applying 90.1 in lighting design are Consulting-Specifying Engineer's five most clicked articles from last week, June 13-19. Were you out last week? Miss something? You can catch up here.

By Ksenia Avrakhova
Restaurant, Retail June 13, 2016

Top 5 Consulting-Specifying Engineer Articles, June 6-12: Health care buildings, Product of the Year, smoke control design, more

Articles about stand-alone health care buildings, 2016 Product of the Year finalists, smoke control design, lighting for retail or restaurants, and applying 90.1 in lighting design are Consulting-Specifying Engineer's five most clicked articles from last week, June 6-12. Were you out last week? Miss something? You can catch up here.

By Chris Vavra
Restaurant, Retail June 6, 2016

Constant voltage LED driver

Hi-lume Premier 0.1% constant voltage driver is an LED driver with smooth, flicker-free 0.1% dimming and Soft-on, Fade-to-Black dimming.

By Lutron Electronics
Restaurant, Retail June 6, 2016

Let there be light—but what kind?

When you’re trying to decide about the lighting for your retail or restaurant chain, there’s only one thing you should never do: blindly follow the conventional wisdom.

By Donna Miller, Wayfind
Restaurant, Retail April 14, 2016

Inverter scroll compressor

VZH inverter scroll compressor is the second generation of scroll compressors offering variable-speed technology for commercial air conditioning applications.

By Danfoss
Restaurant, Retail April 14, 2016

Surface LED downlight

The Halo SLD Surface LED Downlight Collection has expanded to include the SLD 6-in.

By Eaton
Restaurant, Retail March 3, 2016

Specification-grade LED fixtures

Specification-grade LED fixtures that can be used in the residential, commercial, and retail/hospitality sectors.

By Specialty Lighting Industries
Restaurant, Retail September 30, 2015

Getting it right in mixed-use buildings: Electrical, power, and lighting

Mixed-use buildings—often a combination of retail and residential—are unique structures with varying needs. Electrical systems, power supplies, and lighting systems are a big part of the puzzle.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail September 30, 2015

Getting it right in mixed-use buildings: Fire and life safety

Mixed-use buildings—often a combination of retail and residential—are unique structures with varying needs. Fire and life systems should be considered for all tenants.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail August 17, 2015

JENSEN HUGHES: Venetian Macau

System overhaul of a resort

By JENSEN HUGHES
Restaurant, Retail July 20, 2015

Restaurant fire-suppression systems

The increased nozzle heights for ANSUL PIRANHA restaurant fire-suppression systems feature a UL-300-certified design.

By ANSUL
Restaurant, Retail May 14, 2015

2015 40 Under 40: Andy Luong, PE, 33

Project Manager, Finnegan Erickson Associates Consulting Engineers, Las Vegas BS Electrical Engineering, University of Nevada

By Jack Smith, Content Manager, and Amara Rozgus, Editor-in-Chief
Restaurant, Retail April 28, 2015

Soft-on and fade-to-black LED fixtures

Lutron brings smooth and flicker-free dimming with soft-on and fade-to-black to LED fixtures with EcoSystem H-Series LED drivers.

By Lutron Electronics
Restaurant, Retail February 3, 2015

Sealed unit line for commercial refrigeration

Embraco's Plug n' Cool (EPC) sealed unit line is a complete cooling solution designed for refrigeration compressor replacements or retrofits that uses R-290 refrigerant and is designed for commercial use.

By Embraco
Restaurant, Retail January 26, 2015

LED downlight for commercial applications

The LRD3 is a Retrofit Downlight Luminaire (LRD) and is designed for recessed lighting upgrades in large auditoriums, malls, airports, and other public areas that feature high ceilings.

By LumenOptix
Restaurant, Retail October 13, 2014

Teaching the teachers: engineers lead academic panel at NYSETA

Mechanical and electrical engineers, Lauren Blas and Robert Garra, will present during the New York State Engineering Technology Association (NYSETA) conference on Thursday, October 16.

By CannonDesign
Restaurant, Retail October 9, 2014

CannonDesign selected for Niagara Falls redevelopment project

CannonDesign, along with Uniland Development and Delaware North Companies, was selected to redevelop the vacant portion of the Rainbow Centre Mall in Niagara Falls, NY.

By CannonDesign
Restaurant, Retail October 6, 2014

Fire alarm system

The Fire-Lite Connect unifies multiple fire alarm systems over fiber optic cable to reduce monitoring costs while improving reporting details.

By Honeywell
Restaurant, Retail September 29, 2014

Best practices for mixed-use buildings: Automation and controls

Taking on a mixed-use structure—such as one that includes retail and residential portions—can be an engineering challenge. With all the different engineered systems involved, it can be like working on and integrating several different projects at once. Building automation systems (BAS) and controls must be carefully integrated.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail September 29, 2014

Best practices for mixed-use buildings: Fire and life safety

Taking on a mixed-use structure—such as one that includes retail and residential portions—can be an engineering challenge. With all the different engineered systems involved, it can be like working on and integrating several different projects at once. Fire and life safety systems must be carefully considered.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail September 2, 2014

LED lamp for outdoor signage

The 2.5 W Wet-Listed Marquee LED lamp is designed to replace inefficient incandescent and cold-cathode fluorescent (CCFL) lamps for outdoor signage applications at hotels, casinos, restaurants, resorts, and amusement parks.

Restaurant, Retail July 23, 2014

LED modules and recessed lights

The P-Series of LED modules and recessed lights are Energy Star rated and designed for light commercial applications.

Restaurant, Retail July 15, 2014

Pedestrian walkway gets lighting upgrade

A pedestrian area uses primarily LEDs to light the way between two Chicago buildings.

By Shanna Olson, LC, MIES, KJWW Engineering Consultants, Chicago
Restaurant, Retail July 15, 2014

Car dealership illuminates lighting design

This car dealership’s lighting design improves the buying experience for the customer.

By Shanna Olson, LC, MIES, KJWW Engineering Consultants, Chicago
Restaurant, Retail April 16, 2014

Arup Thoughts: Let’s design our acoustic world

Design briefs hardly ever include a description of the acoustic experience that should be achieved. Yet acoustics are a vital and defining characteristic that shapes the quality and character of environments and our responses to them.

By Tateo Nakajima , ARUP
Restaurant, Retail April 8, 2014

The costs and risks of damper-based controls in kitchen ventilation

Engineers must think in terms of total safety and optimal energy efficiency when designing kitchen ventilation systems of the future.

By Stephen K. Melink, PE, Melink Corp., Milford, Ohio
Restaurant, Retail February 25, 2014

Lodging, office buildings lead commercial building sector

Reed Construction Data’s U.S. chief economist Bernard Markstein answers one-on-one questions about the commercial building construction forecast.

By Amara Rozgus, Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail September 16, 2013

Building automation, controls in mixed-use buildings

Engineering mixed-use buildings is a fine art—specifiers must combine multiple engineered systems for several business and residence types into one structure. Building automation and controls can be complex, and system integration is key.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail August 15, 2013

John W. Olver Transit Center

New Construction; John W. Olver Transit Center; Arup

By Arup
Restaurant, Retail August 15, 2013

Jekyll Island Convention Center

New construction; Jekyll Island Convention Center; TLC Engineering for Architecture Inc.

By TLC Engineering for Architecture Inc.
Restaurant, Retail July 31, 2013

Integrated kitchen ventilation system

Greenheck’s Vari-Flow integrated kitchen ventilation systems reduce energy costs by modulating exhaust and supply airflows to match cooking operation demands and have temperature sensors that are exposed to quick changes in cooking activity.

Restaurant, Retail July 12, 2013

Commercial, retail buildings to be the fastest adopters of remote monitoring services

Commercial and retail end-users will drive the growth of remote monitoring services in intelligent buildings, accounting for more than 80% of the $400 million market in 2016.

By IHS Inc.
Restaurant, Retail April 16, 2013

Integration case study: Small retail store

A remodel of a retail building was simulated using an energy modeling program to determine the impact on the HVAC cooling loads.

By Justin Schultz and Brian Johnson, Metro CD Engineering, Dublin, Ohio
Restaurant, Retail March 19, 2013

What good are enclosed elevator lobbies?

Can performance criteria be written in understandable and enforceable language to be integrated into building and fire codes?

By Douglas H. Evans, PE, FSFPE, Clark County (Nevada) Building Department
Restaurant, Retail September 30, 2012

How to engineer systems in mixed-use buildings: HVAC and controls

When working on mixed-use buildings, engineers must address many needs in one building. This reviews aspects of HVAC, automation and controls, and energy efficiency.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail September 30, 2012

How to engineer systems in mixed-use buildings: Electrical and power systems

When working on mixed-use buildings, engineers must address many needs in one building. Electrical and power engineering are key aspects of these buildings.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail September 30, 2012

An overview: How to engineer systems in mixed-use buildings

When working on mixed-use buildings, engineers must address many needs in one building.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Restaurant, Retail September 10, 2012

Survival in the great indoors

When it comes to fire and life safety, large venues require big thinking.

By Todd Alford, System Sensor U.S., St. Charles, Ill.
Restaurant, Retail August 9, 2012

Music City Center

New construction: Music City Center; I. C. Thomasson Associates Inc.

By Source: I. C. Thomasson
Restaurant, Retail August 9, 2012

Potomac Yards Renaissance, Residence Inn Hotel

New construction: Potomac Yards Renaissance and Residence Inn Hotel; Jordan and Skala Engineers

By Source: Jordan and Skala Engineers
Restaurant, Retail August 9, 2012

Agora Mall

New construction: Agora Mall; Triad Consulting

By Source: Triad Consulting
Restaurant, Retail August 9, 2012

Flats East, LLC Mixed Use Development

New construction: Flats East, LLC Mixed Use Development; Thorson Baker and Associates Inc.

By Source: Thorson Baker and Associates Inc.
Restaurant, Retail June 22, 2012

Pollution control unit

The Grease Grabber Triple Play is offered by Greenheck.

Restaurant, Retail May 14, 2012

2012 40 Under 40: Jarrod Alston, PE, 34

Fire Protection Engineer, Arup, Boston

By Emma Renee Dutton, Content Specialist
Restaurant, Retail May 14, 2012

2012 40 Under 40: A. Christopher Cerino, PE, 39

Senior Associate and Structural Discipline Leader, STV, New York

By Emma Renee Dutton, Content Specialist
Restaurant, Retail May 14, 2012

2012 40 Under 40: Michael Pires, PE, LEED AP BD+C, 37

Project Principal, Green Buildings, Enermodal Engineering, Toronto

By Emma Renee Dutton, Content Specialist
Restaurant, Retail January 9, 2012

Kitchen pollution control unit

Greenheck has introduced the Grease Grabber Triple Play and Power Play pollution control units.

Restaurant, Retail December 19, 2011

Shopping malls, retail store design

Shopping malls, retail stores, and strip malls pose many challenges to fire protection, lighting, mechanical, and electrical engineers.

By Jenni Spinner, Contributing Editor
Restaurant, Retail October 7, 2011

Quick connect tap box generators restores power after outage

In extreme situations, tap boxes can be used as a cost-effective, efficient solution to restore power to buildings and businesses without sacrificing security or anything that might hamper operations.

By Information provided by Steiner Power Systems
Restaurant, Retail April 5, 2011

Congress repeals paperwork requirement for small businesses

AIA applauds the repeal of the provision that required small businesses to file paperwork every time they spent more than $600 with a single vendor.

By Source: AIA
Restaurant, Retail October 15, 2009

Retail, office buildings the best bet

Retail and office fare best in commercial construction decline through 2010.

By Source: Jim Haughey, Reed Construction Data
Restaurant, Retail February 11, 2005

Would You Like to Super-Size That?

Editor’s note: State-of-the-art baggage-handling systems are having a major impact on the design and renovation of today’s airport construction, as described in the February edition of CSE. These systems, in turn, are being impacted by the size of today’s aircraft. A major change facing airport designers today is simply the size of aircraft.

By Chuck Ross