The Consulting-Specifying Engineer 2015 Electrical and Power Study indicates that 63% of respondents specify, design, or make product selections for office buildings—and 82% of these engineers determine requirements/write specifications, 72% research and evaluate options, and 69% recommend the product brand.
The Consulting-Specifying Engineer 2015 Lighting and Lighting Controls Study indicated that 58% of engineers specify, design, or make product selections for educational facilities—and eight in 10 of these engineers are responsible for determining requirements/writing specifications, researching and evaluating options, and/or recommending the product brands for these projects.
Respondents to the Consulting-Specifying Engineer 2015 HVAC and Building Automation Systems (BAS) Study identified eight high-level findings.
Consulting engineers share information about compensation, job satisfaction, and business development via a national salary survey.
The Consulting-Specifying Engineer 2015 Fire and Life Safety Study indicated that 46% of engineers specify, design, or make product selections for data centers.
More than half of fire protection engineers specify, design, or make product selections for hospitals and health care facilities. Through the 2015 Fire and Life Safety Study, Consulting-Specifying Engineer identified four key findings on hospital and health care facility projects.
Below are a few key comparisons between small and large engineering firms that specify HVAC and building automation systems (BAS).
Respondents to the Consulting-Specifying Engineer 2015 Electrical and Power Study identified seven high-level findings impacting the electrical and power industries today.
Market report shows that the market for VRF systems in the U.S. has grown only marginally.
Read about these five key findings from the Consulting-Specifying Engineer 2014 Lighting and Lighting Controls Study.