Video: Reducing Energy 10% to 40% Utilizing Existing Building Commissioning Without Capital Investments
Engaging the services of a Professional Engineering firm to assist in achieving some level of energy reduction in their facilities is the first step to a sustainable energy plan.
The key to occupant safety, reduced energy costs, and maximized water use is ensuring hot water systems are operating at peak performance.
The core building is designed to accommodate tenants of a perceived type. Any changes to the type or the amount of occupants drastically affects performance.
At IPS, Stephen Lane is tasked with working directly with clients and internally with the team to develop simulation models to support sites worldwide
This seminar looks at a project from a control contractor’s perspective to highlight challenges and why they are often the critical path for the commissioning process.
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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