Building Automation

Commissioning: Equipment Startup And Commissioning

By Rebecca Thatcher Ellis, P.E.
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The once fairly calm phase could now be a key to nipping integration issues in the bud.
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Building Automation: Part 1: Proper Selection Of VFDS And BAS

By Paul Ehrlich, P.E. and Ira Goldschmidt P.E.
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Let drives steer you toward better performance, with these caveats.
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Building Oversight Management: Revisited

By Larry Clark LEED® AP
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A lot has happened since the author’s 2008 article. It’s prime time to revisit expectations for BAS and chiller optimization controls, and then have a look at several of today’s options for anyone managing chilled water flow to wring the last drop of efficiency out of a system.
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Better Project Delivery: Health Care Infrastructure Projects

By Howard McKew, P.E., C.P.E.
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Here, our long-time forward-thinking columnist uses a common hospital scenario to walk you through the shift from Design-Bid-Build to an Integrated Project Delivery approach. See how the job can get done with similar personnel on a considerably shorter schedule, resulting in a greater team investment in the project’s success and yet more time to get on to other work.
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Commissioning: Equipment And Controls Integration

By Rebecca Thatcher Ellis, P.E.
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We still face plenty of ways for start-up to be a let down.
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Engineered Systems High-Performance Buildings / Building Automation: Proactive BAS Alarming for High-Performance Buildings

By Angela Lewis P.E., LEED
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How can data help you and the facility staff through the transition?
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Building Automation: How Far WE'VE COME

By Paul Ehrlich, P.E. and Ira Goldschmidt P.E.
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We can only afford our present complaints thanks to our previous achievements.
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Building Automation: Integration: Myths, Lies, and Misconception

By Paul Ehrlich, P.E. and Ira Goldschmidt P.E.
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From design to setup to reporting, bad habits and bad thinking may loom at every turn.
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Building Automation: BAS Usability

By Paul Ehrlich, P.E. and Ira Goldschmidt P.E.
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Putting some thought into a graphic strategy can keep your interface from getting ugly.
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University enjoys the fruits of system integration in former tomato field

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Ave Maria University, located in southwest Florida, opened its doors to students on August 27, 2007. As the first new Catholic university built in the United States in more than
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