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Codes and Standards

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Codes and Standards June 16, 2020

How is COVID-19 affecting retail, restaurants? Learn about codes and standards

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
Courtesy: CxEnergy
Energy Management April 21, 2020

Video: Is an Audit & Retro-Cx an Rx for Energy Savings?

Learn how some energy management companies fail to achieve their goals, while others exceed them and what techniques they use to achieve success

By CxEnergy and the AABC Commissioning Group (ACG)
Courtesy: Johnston, LLC
Electrical, Power July 29, 2020

Back to basics: Switchgear, transformers and UPSs

Switchgear, transformers and uninterruptible power supplies are among the largest, costliest and most critical devices in a facility

By Tom Divine, PE, LEED AP
Fire, Life Safety July 31, 2020

Best practices for designing fire, life safety in government buildings

Learn how to specify fire and life safety systems for government and military buildings

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Courtesy: Henderson Engineers
HVAC August 6, 2020

Reaching the tipping point for CO2 refrigeration systems

When considering refrigerated systems for increased infrastructure, discussing the type of refrigerant being use, such as CO2 refrigeration, can significantly improve the environmental impact and help prepare for some expected regulation changes.

By David Baehr
Courtesy: ESD
Electrical, Power July 31, 2020

Best practices for designing electrical, power and lighting in government buildings

Learn how to specify electrical, power and lighting systems for government and military buildings

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer