Articles by Robert Beverly

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Reader Challenge: UFAD Followup

Plus, an Arkansas school sorts out its setpoints.
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We’ve got something cool that is a little out of the ordinary this month, so I’m going to hand over the bulk of the page to ES authors Robert Bolin, P.E., HBDP, LEED Fellow; and Andrew Reilman, P.E., HBDP, LEED AP BD+C. Bolin is a Senior Vice President and National Director of High Performance Solutions for Syska Hennessy Group, based in their Chicago office.
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A New Arrival & Noteworthy News

Bowling Green continues its ES staff streak.
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What was going on the last time we had a new member join our editorial and art team here at Engineered Systems? Well, everyone was relieved the Millennium Bug hadn’t shut down the world as we know it, the Rams won the Super Bowl when Titans WR Kevin Dyson got tackled one yard short of victory on the game’s final play, and AOL announced it was buying Time-Warner.
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Modern Building or HVAC Museum

How much history is in your O&M routine?
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Each issue of ES sports a theme, but occasionally a theme beneath a theme evolves from the separate articles and columns. I like when that happens.
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Net-Zero News From The Windy City

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Chicago takes the year off from AHR but is staying busy with unusual projects.


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As Green As Data Gets

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Coming soon: Your next webpage may refresh courtesy of an unexpected source.
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Does The Building Industry Have A Tip For Democracy?

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And sure, a quick non-political poll to round out the season.
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The Scene of the Crime

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Whether it’s the quiet riot of info overload or some felony act of inadvertent inefficiency, your perfectly nice facility is almost certainly the silent victim of performance malfeasance.
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Standard Fare At Last?

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After many years, it appears commissioning has finally outgrown its Guideline.
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Accidents Of The Spilt Ilk

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Sometimes life imitates the movies. Other times, we’re not so lucky.
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Energy Management: Old-School & New-School

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And is it smart to turn that computer off?
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