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In some settings, the old excuses don’t hold water anymore.
ASHRAE takes a look up at the former while the latter is looking up … maybe.
The readers weigh in. In my December 2012 column, I solicited reader feedback regarding substantial completion and the trend of owners accepting buildings as substantially complete when the mechanical and electrical systems are not complete, fully integrated, and functioning properly.
Sooner or later, the low-hanging fruit is picked. Then what?
I am writing this email in response to Howard McKew’s “Tomorrow’s Environment” column titled, "Pharmaceutical Projects Are Different?" in the October issue of Engineered Systems (page76).