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Stand-alone health care buildings
Stand-alone health care buildings

Stand-alone medical buildings and specialized treatment facilities are engineering challenges, and more are being designed and built due to changes in health care requirements. Read More

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Sizing VFDs for optimal operating efficiency
Sizing VFDs for optimal operating efficiency

A new control strategy and implementation system optimize variable frequency drive (VFD) efficiency to meet cooling-air requirements.Read More

A comprehensive look at the intelligent building
A comprehensive look at the intelligent building

Technology is changing what’s possible for buildings. With the advent of smart building technology, heating, cooling, electrical, lighting, fire/life safety, and other systems need monitoring and... Read More

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Simplifying the building code
Simplifying the building code

Fire protection engineering codes are better—or are they?Read More

Applying 90.1 in lighting design
Applying 90.1 in lighting design

ASHRAE Standard 90.1 requires lighting designers and engineers to include power allowances, daylighting controls, functional testing, and submittals in their lighting designs.Read More

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2016 Product of the Year
Who will win gold in 2016? Consulting-Specifying Engineer announces the finalists for this year's 12th annual Product of the Year competition, and readers will have the final word.
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2016 Electrical and Power Study: Six key findings
Respondents to the Consulting-Specifying Engineer 2016 Electrical and Power Study identified six high-level findings impacting the electrical and power industries today. Some of the findings include: Specifications, Building structures, and Critial issues.
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Critical Power: Backup power systems
Design engineers have many factors to consider when designing a backup system for a facility. Safety, maintainability, code compliance, and economics play crucial roles in determining the topology of a backup system for a critical facility. Specific requirements for backup power vary based on building occupancy type, facility use, and critical function.

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Miniature circuit breaker
Miniature circuit breaker

The new MCBs are an all-in-one product, flexible for use in AC and DC applications and marked to... Read More

Economical end pipe joining system
Economical end pipe joining system

Victaulic’s QuickVic SD Installation-Ready System is a plain end pipe joining technology solution... Read More

Specialty fume hood
Specialty fume hood

The UniFlow Specialty Fume Hood can be factory equipped with plumbing and electrical services, base... Read More

Utility set fan
Utility set fan

Greenheck’s Utility Set Fan with adjustable speed is ideal for light duty commercial and... Read More

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40 Under 40 winners announced
Consulting-Specifying Engineer has announced the recipients of the 2016 40 Under 40 award. This award is given to 40 nonresidential building industry professionals age 40 and younger who stand out in personal and professional aspects of their lives.
Click here to read a profile of each winner.