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The mission of Consulting-Specifying Engineer is to tell the tale of the multi-disciplinary approach to mechanical, electrical and plumbing engineering, which includes the subdisciplines of fire protection, lighting, controls and communication. By practicing integrated engineering, where the various disciplines work together to produce more efficient systems, the engineering team is able to deliver a better building. CSE communicates this story through its feature stories by trying to demonstrate how the various M/E systems and their designers interface. The magazine is also the voice of the professional M/E/P consulting engineer, in other words, a forum where engineers can express their ideas and opinions about engineering to their peers, with technical stories written by, and for, engineers themselves. Finally CSE is a source of other key information, be it product updates, news, reports on industry trends in the Commercial, Institutional, and Industrial
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