Courtesy: NAC Architecture
Electrical, Power March 31, 2021

Enhancing learning in K-12 schools: Electrical systems

Students and teachers benefit from many electrical engineering technologies in K-12 schools

By Consulting-Specifying Engineer
Courtesy: Yaskawa America Inc.
Motors, Drives January 7, 2021

How to choose between an ECM and a VFD

While each has its place in HVAC applications, electronically commutated motors and variable frequency drives have important differences in simplicity, flexibility, cost and other factors

By Larry Gardner
Webcasts Emergency, Standby, Backup January 8, 2021

Critical power webcast: Backup, standby and emergency power for hospitals

Engineers also need to be mindful of the construction process, and ensure equipment replacement is coordinated, temporary power strategies are identified and phasing concepts are developed.

By CFE Media
Courtesy: CxEnergy
Commissioning February 9, 2021

Video: Healthcare Emergency Power Supply Systems Commissioning: Clearing Communication Hurdles

The coordination effort to achieve successful functional testing of a large hospital system can be overwhelming but it can be rewarding and valuable to clients if planned right.

By CxEnergy and the AABC Commissioning Group (ACG)
Building Types April 7, 2021

Designing efficient, flexible and resilient federal projects

There is a shift in the needs of government agencies in the big picture and at the project level, making both the adaptability of the design team and the flexibility of any future facility even more important.

By Sam Estep