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The Cummins microgrid lab was built for the configuration, testing and validation of microgrid power systems
In this video conversation with Steve Mrak, he discusses how new and existing buildings can be made more sustainable and comfortable to K-12 school occupants
Dr. Scott Strudwick with Cummins Inc. looks ahead at key market drivers, plus insights on how new technologies will change the power generation business
Jose Torres from RMF Engineering looks at how engineers designing rural hospitals must get full buy-in from the maintenance staff when specifying new equipment or upgrading older systems
Gary Johansen, VP of Engineering with Cummins, looks at the past 10 years of genset testing, and where we’ll be in the future
Dewberry’s Kevin McNiff provides insights on office buildings, specifically their HVAC systems
Stan Everett, managing principal of Salas O’Brien’s offices in Georgia, Florida and North Carolina, looks at how new technologies are changing the way we think about office buildings
Ankush Kumar, president of SPX Global Cooling, provides details on what to expect in HVAC going forward
Two experts from Henderson Engineers explain how hospitals are setting trends in building electrification
Darren Harvey of Smith Seckman Reid provides insight on how the health care industry has shifted since COVID-19 began
Wissam Balshe, Cummins, provides an overview of new technologies in the electrical engineering industry.
Danna Jensen from Certus Consulting Engineers talks about how global issues affect the design of hospital electrical systems
Lauren Graham explains what you are looking at when you see the different parts of your chilled water system.
Decarbonization and resiliency are core topics for Dewberry’s John Fleming
Technology is leading the way on college and university campuses
Geospatial Analyst Colin Flynn explains machine learning
Two mechanical system design experts take a holistic view of chillers and chilled water systems
At the AHR Expo in Las Vegas, Deana Fu shared information about where the HVAC industry is headed
Peter Basso Associates’ Dennis Sczomak takes a look at chillers and chilled water systems, and how integrating then with other HVAC elements plays a role
CADD Technician Isaac Nazario Penaloza explains Revit in about 90 seconds.
In this conversation with Aaron Szalaj from Stanley Consultants, hear how designers can help their clients select the most appropriate smart building technologies
DLR Group’s Roger Chang talks about a host of topics as they relate to government buildings
Affiliated Engineers’ Matt Flanders discusses technology and telecom is at relates to buildings
Illuminart’s Robert White shares insights about lighting design trends. See video.
Vassilis Skardis from Salas O’Brien provides an overview of what mechanical engineers should expect when working in schools
Ruairi Barnwell from DLR Groups provides an overview of the RESET Standard, and how engineers can use it to improve indoor air quality
This presentation focuses on challenges developing the ASHRAE building and how they were addressed by the design and commissioning team in order to meet the project goals.
Dewberry Project Manager Daniel Maas explains smoke testing in about 90 seconds.
The author of an ASHRAE Journal article on the subject leads this session to explain the effects of cold weather (temperature change) on building static pressure measurement when the indoor and outdoor references at two different elevations.
After building enclosure commissioning and air barrier testing, the buildings far exceeded minimum air barrier air leakage requirements, performing nearly at ASHRAE "Tight Building" Standard level- providing significant energy savings well into the future.
This session discusses OPRs as important tools at a time of increased scrutiny (through local codes and rating systems) on performance related to resiliency, health, energy and carbon.
Cybercrime has become prevalent because it’s easy and it’s really profitable, generating more than $1.5 trillion in 2018 alone.
ASHRAE Standard 90.1–Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings–was recently overhauled to clarify commissioning requirements for the 2019 edition. Learn more about potential changes.
Today’s systems promise wireless communications, visual recognition and audio acuity sensed by a variety of triggers.
This course covers commissioning the expansion, the existing facility upgrade and associated BMS integration, through a blend of remote platform-based CX software, and traditional boots-on-the-ground means for Queen Beatrix International Airport in Aruba.
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.
This commissioning effort on two new medical office buildings for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta puts special focus on how additional effort did not sacrifice project profitability.
This course demonstrates how to develop a plan to defeat drift and ensure continuous savings in energy projects.
Video: “Balancing Act”: Strategies and Lessons Learned from Companies that Do Both TAB and Commissioning
Learn ways to promote combined services as a discounted approach and efficiently provide total system balancing and a complete building commissioning process.
The ability of critical systems to anticipate, resist, respond, adapt, and recover from a failure or disturbance – from natural disasters to intentional attacks to human error – can have huge consequences, and owners of critical facilities are adding formal resiliency plans to their risk management.
Brian Brickhouse, President, Americas, Electrical Sector, Eaton, discusses how they are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic
Bhavesh Patel, Vice President Global Marketing at ASCO, a Schneider Electric Company, discusses how they are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic
Three things you need to know about the engineering industry right now
Chilled beam technology can improve the performance of energy intensive buildings such as hospitals. See video.
Consulting engineers must attend continuing education sessions to stay involved, even during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Amara Rozgus
Consulting engineers have been keeping busy during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Amara Rozgus
Learn how some energy management companies fail to achieve their goals, while others exceed them and what techniques they use to achieve success