HVAC and plumbing strategies can help reduce potential COVID-19 risks and enhance a mechanical system's operation.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major effect on wastewater treatment facilities from many perspectives including maintenance, operations and safety.
Learn how to design chilled water systems that meet the thermal comfort demands and achieve operational and energy efficiencies
A 372-bed replacement hospital required integration of a heat recovery chiller
With consumers frequently enjoying delivered meals and shopping for goods online, HVAC and plumbing systems need to be robust in brick-and-mortar restaurants and retail structures
Warehouse, manufacturing and logistics buildings are more than simple boxy structures used to make products and store them before they move onto their next destination. HVAC and plumbing systems are complex, and require specialized design
Senior Project Engineer, H2M architects + engineers, Melville, N.Y.; B.S. Chemical Engineering, Clemson University
Mechanical Project Engineer, Mueller Associates, Linthicum, Md.; Bachelor of Architectural Engineering, Pennsylvania State University
Associate Director of Mechanical, NV5, Las Vegas; BAE and MAE, Architectural Engineering, Pennsylvania State University
Many wastewater treatment facilities (WWTF) are either planning or are currently implementing biological nutrient removal (BNR) processes, which requires plant operations staff to balance carbon and nutrient needs. Four examples are highlighted.