Restaurant, Retail

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