Heating and Ventilation
Chilled beam technology can improve the performance of energy intensive buildings such as hospitals. See video.
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Project Manager, HDR, San Antonio, Texas; BS and MS Architectural Engineering, University of Kansas
Senior Project Manager, BG Buildingworks, Fort Collins, Colo.; BS Architectural Engineering, Kansas State University
Associate Director, Harris Design Studio, Oakland, Calif.; BS Architectural Engineering, University of Texas MS Sustainable Design & Construction, Stanford University
Associate, Mechanical Group Leader, Fitzemeyer & Tocci Associates Inc., Woburn, Mass.; BS Mechanical Engineering Technology, Wentworth Institute of Technology
Jon Ross of Smith Seckman Reid responded to questions about both business and engineering aspects of working in a COVID-19 environment
The Bala Consulting Engineers COVID-19 Task Force has published a white paper to assist engineers in making buildings safer
Designing solutions for data center clients — whether hyperscale or colocation facilities — requires advanced engineering knowledge
Purdue University researchers have developed a carbon dioxide sensor designed to control and cut down on energy consumption through heating and ventilation systems.