The U.S. Census Bureau expected a busy 2000, but a fast-track project to keep the department warm put the heat on the schedule even more. A dedicated project team mastered a project that really counts.
By Joanna R. Turpin
For more than half a century, "improperly sized equipment" confounded engineers and made comfort run hot and cold in a New York office. Then, thanks to a controls and chiller retrofit, staff recognized the true culprit. By David Lathrop
Three years ago, chiller failures at Marshalltown Medical and Surgical Center created a real crisis. A measured dose of "CPR" (chilled-water plant replacement) has since restored the system to health. Inspect this treatment, from diagnosis to equipment selection to success and savings. By Charles S. Heldenbrand, P.E.