With the continuing evolution of patient care and the support systems of those spaces, medical gas has evolved to supply a safer and more effective patient experience.
The 1771 N Street project focused on the ceiling height being right up against the bottom of the beams while planning for ductwork and piping.
Learn about design criteria for the design of plumbing systems
Reverse flow in piping systems manifest into the form of sporadic pipeline vibrations, media contamination or physical damage
Pump speed has always been a critical factor in assessing fire protection system performance and can now be used as much more of a design consideration
Some are implementing resilient approaches to expand sources of potable water supply and meet growing demand through the implementation of recycled water as a source of water.
Designing a Highly Customized Hybrid Geo-Exchange/Heating Hot Water System to Support Princeton’s Goal for Net-Zero Carbon Emissions by 2046
The resilience of mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) systems is key to providing these solutions to overcome extreme circumstances, such as a natural disaster or a health pandemic.
Proper fire pump sizing and selection can result in efficient and effective fire suppression systems in a cost-effective manner
Glumac’s Lone Star Region Plumbing Manager discusses strategies for reaching net zero water and how to improve the water efficiency of projects