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Articles by Barry Campbell

Profiles In Safety

January 1, 2008
FIGURE 1. A building outline of 839 Avenue of Americas.A 53-story Chelsea building must meet a towering array of life safety code requirements for its various spaces. Elsewhere in Manhattan,
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Determined In Dallas

January 1, 2007
From a new 50% glass-walled terminal at one of the world’s busiest passenger airports to an innovative approach to providing cooling for huge water supply pumps, and finally to an unusual method of cooling and ventilating a new performing arts school, Dallas-Fort Worth design firms have their hands full. Read on to see how these three projects have driven innovation in the heart of the Lone Star state.
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From New Cars To New Orleans

June 1, 2006
Two vastly different projects faced substantial challenges and turned to temporary HVAC for relief. Whether the goal was maintaining comfort for the amateur test-driving crowd or managing post-Katrina humidity for a recovering hotel, success was a matter of evaluating the challenge accurately and weighing options accordingly.
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Integration Flying High Down Under

May 17, 2006
You’d expect the largest hotel in Australia to employ the latest integration opportunities.

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