Heating and Ventilation
Understand why indoor air quality has become a crucial element of living environment building operations.
COVID-19 has impacted ventilation design considerations in health care settings in a prominent way
The Facilities Task Force at CU Boulder is improving the university's HVAC system to prevent COVID-19 spread during the school year.
A Canadian hospital addition provided efficient HVAC and reduced airborne infections
From smart buildings to test-and-balance to health care facilities, Paul R. Kondrat from CannonDesign provides feedback on the many ways the coronavirus has changed engineering firms
From the project’s inception, the design team collaborated with educators, therapists, and hospital staff to understand the unique needs of the children who would use this space as well as enhancements they wanted to see in their new space.
Vice President, Environmental Systems Design Inc. (ESD), San Francisco BS mechanical engineering, Tufts University, Medford, Mass. Gronek started his career in 2005 at an engineering firm in San Francisco, working on retail and workplace interiors and developing a specialty in commercial office developments. He joined ESD in 2015 to help the firm establish a presence on the West Coast.
This week Morrissey Goodale reported seven deals in the U.S. and two international deals involving companies from Sweden, Denmark, and Germany.
EVAPCO’s eco-LSWE is a closed circuit cooler with an ellipti-fin coil
WaterFurnace International Inc.'s Versatec variable speed series 3- to 6-ton water source and geothermal heat pump offers efficiency in a compact cabinet with versatility for several applications.