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Plumbing, Pumping August 12, 2019

Focus on specialty structures: HVAC and plumbing

Sports arenas, historical buildings, theaters and other specialty buildings require unique HVAC and plumbing engineering design

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Sponsored Plumbing, Pumping August 1, 2019

Sponsored Content: Xylem pumps ready for DOE compliance

Bell & Gossett became the nation’s first pump brand to achieve and exceed efficiency targets for clean-water pumps set forth by the U.S. Department of Energy.

By Bell & Gossett
Plumbing, Pumping July 31, 2019

Government facility design: Codes and standards

Consulting engineers are working on government, state, municipal, federal, correctional and military buildings

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Plumbing, Pumping July 26, 2019

Government facility design: HVAC and plumbing

Consulting engineers are working on government, state, municipal, federal, correctional and military buildings

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Plumbing, Pumping June 28, 2019

Retail, restaurant and mixed-use facilities: Codes and standards

What are the trickiest aspects of retail, restaurant and mixed-use projects and what trends lie ahead? Read on for solid advice from experienced professionals.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Plumbing, Pumping June 27, 2019

Backflow preventer

The Connected Backflow transmits real-time relief water discharge data 24/7 via a secure web portal. You can opt in to text or email alerts and be notified immediately of relief valve discharge and can monitor the situation and react instantly.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Plumbing, Pumping June 14, 2019

Three engineering trends shaping the hospitality market

When approaching projects within the hospitality industry, engineering consultants must weigh the wants and needs of many different stakeholders

By RTM Associates
Plumbing, Pumping June 12, 2019

First active chilled beams in acute care patient rooms

With a 60-year history of excellence in patient care, Cone Health naturally prioritized occupant safety and comfort while reducing energy costs for its new 240,644 square foot North Tower.

By Affiliated Engineers
Plumbing, Pumping June 5, 2019

Carbon footprint reduced by 68%, potable water use by over 125 million gallons/year

Designed for a peak load of 28,000 tons of cooling and 350 mmbtu/hr heating, the new systems replace a fossil fuel CHP plant with electric drive heat recovery chillers.

By Affiliated Engineers
Plumbing, Pumping May 28, 2019

Planning multifamily dwellings: HVAC and plumbing

Multifamily dwellings are fascinating projects with unique HVAC needs. In essence, they could be considered giant people storage facilities for different stages of life. College dormitories, for example, contain young adults in their late teens and early twenties. Assisted living facilities hold people in their later years. However, engineers know these structures are more than just simply boxes to keep human beings in. They’re as complex and varied as the people inside.

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer