Sterile processing is one of the unsung heroes of a hospital.
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The most efficient mechanical system for an owner is not the one with the greatest potential to reduce energy and operational costs, but the one that is able to be easily maintained and reliably operated at its most efficient points for the life of the equipment, system and building without exceeding the capabilities of the end user.
An increasingly data-driven society demands advanced, high-performance data center facilities. Read on to learn the biggest HVAC and plumbing challenges, emerging technologies and upcoming trends affecting data centers.
A Chicago college theater renovation opted for heat recovery variable refrigerant flow systems as part of its heating and cooling plan.
ASHRAE Standards 15 and 34 must be consulted when designing with variable refrigerant flow systems.
In your client’s quest for energy efficiency, determining if a variable refrigerant flow system is right requires careful consideration.
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Airports across the country are struggling to increase revenue and find funding for these projects.
In California, the Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD) strives to anticipate future heating and cooling needs for its nine campuses through the HVAC projects it has recently pursued.