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Thomas C. Wilson, inc. - Clean And Green

By Stephen Hanley
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How boiler maintenance supports a company’s green strategy
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To Understand Health Care Design, Be A Student of Health Care Past

By Jeffrey H. Peters, P.E, LEED®, AP, MAC, C
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What if you could see into the future and see how your past health care designs might affect a facility in the future? You can; you just need to take the time to learn from the past. Or even better, learn from the past of others whose designs didn’t go quite as well as they had expected, thanks to this thoughtful interrogation from a forensic engineer.
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Yoga studio no longer sweats over proper humidity

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The U.S. pharmaceutical industry consumes nearly $1 billion in energy annually. Lab facilities often have environmental and cleanroom requirements that call for 24/7 HVAC. As a result, HVAC can consume
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Successful science: Sandia's decentralized steam plant

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A decentralized steam plant with new boilers in each building saves nearly 12 million gal of water per year at Sandia National Laboratories.In 2004, the Sandia National Laboratory, located at
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Building Automation: The Data Can Be Daunting

By Paul Ehrlich, P.E. and Ira Goldschmidt P.E.
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And yet, the worst system trend is ignoring all the trends.
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Tomorrow's Environment: Dashboard Without An Operator

By BNP Media Staff
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How useful is live reporting with no live reportee?
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Colorful PP-R piping shines in tight mechanical room(s) installation

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Forced to divide mechanical equipment into two very small closets, Mountain Seas Development used polypropylene piping to navigate space in this Utah renovation and avoid the need for power blowers
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Optimization process locates cure for pharma lab's energy ailments

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Software monitoring saved a San Diego pharmaceutical lab 45% in energy costs.The U.S. pharmaceutical industry consumes nearly $1 billion in energy annually. Lab facilities often have environmental and cleanroom requirements
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Engineering firm uses software to solve demand mystery, avoid rate hike

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Submetering and energy profiling were used at this Nebraska office building to cycle on equipment and save money in energy costs.When the time came for Morrissey Engineering, Inc., a successful
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Efficiency Incentives: The Money is Out There...

By Mark Jewell
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Be smart and get your share.
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