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With functional changes and occupant productivity driving the need to commission existing facilities, ASHRAE says it is developing a guideline that addresses the commissioning process.
Major revisions for design and measurement of comfortable spaces have been included in a newly published 2013 standard from ASHRAE.
All six of ASHRAE’s certification exams will be given as part of ASHRAE’s 2014 Winter Conference, Jan. 18-22, at the New York Hilton in New York, NY.
ASHRAE is seeking papers for a conference focused on research in building design and system technologies for energy efficiency.
High plug loads and rapidly advancing IT technology make data center applications significantly different from their commercial building counterparts, according to ASHRAE.
Optimism for improving economic business prospects in the HVACR industry continue to grow, according to a recent ASHRAE/AHR Expo survey sent to more than 1,000 HVACR manufacturers worldwide.
ASHRAE says it has accepted an invitation from the U.S. Department of Energy to join an effort aimed at improving building performance through a better prepared workforce.
Lessons learned in the design, construction, and operation of tall buildings can also be applied to buildings of all sizes and stories, according to ASHRAE.