Peter Basso Association Blog

Peter Basso Associates Blog

Michigan's Largest MEP Consulting firm is Hiring

Posted by Camille Thompson

Mar 30, 2017 10:00:42 AM

Spring, the season of change and new beginnings has finally arrived. There's no time like the present for you to also make a change and join Peter Basso Associates, an award-winning MEP engineering design firm. If you're ready for a rewarding and technically-challenging career, we are your solution. Did we mention that we're 100% employee-owned? Just one of the many great benefits of working at PBA. Learn more and apply here. http://www.peterbassoassociates.com/careers/application

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The Fine Line of Humidity in Healthcare: 4 MEP Engineering Considerations

Posted by James C. Paul, PE, LEED AP

Feb 13, 2017 10:27:06 AM

Over the past several years, regulators have given more attention to humidity levels in operating rooms and central sterile processing departments. Facilities personnel are often challenged by fluctuations in humidity.

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Topics: MEP, Healthcare, Humidity

Michigan's Largest MEP Consulting firm is Hiring

Posted by Camille Thompson

Feb 2, 2017 11:25:54 AM

The word is out! Punxsutawney Phil has predicted six more weeks of winter. But not to worry, Peter Basso Associates, an award-winning MEP engineering design firm has your solution. This winter, we invite you to come in for a warm up and to stay for a rewarding and technically-challenging career. Did we mention that we're 100% employee-owned? Just one of the many great benefits of working at PBA. Learn more and apply here. http://www.peterbassoassociates.com/careers/application

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Michigan's Largest MEP Consulting firm is Hiring

Posted by Ginger Greager

Jan 4, 2017 10:47:15 AM

Looking for a new career to help you kickoff 2017? We're accepting applications for mechanical and electrical designers and engineers. Apply here http://www.peterbassoassociates.com/careers/application

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LED Lighting: The Question of Optical Safety in Architectural Lighting Design, Debunked

Posted by Robert White

Dec 22, 2016 10:56:00 AM


A Look at Common Misconceptions

A recent Department Of Energy report (www.ssl.energy.gov/factsheets.html) was released in an attempt to finally settle the score on the potential damage to objects of value and the optical safety hazards often associated with LED lighting.

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Topics: Optical Safety, LED Lighting

Top 3 Ways to Reach High Performance Building Status Without the Price Tag

Posted by Andrew Luzenski

Dec 20, 2016 10:30:57 AM


Tips for Increasing Performance and Cutting Operating Costs

According to the National Institute of Building Sciences (“About the Council,” 2016) a high performance building is qualified as a building that integrates energy efficiency, durability, life-cycle performance, and occupant productivity. High performance buildings (HPB’s) can be anything from a 1-story elementary school to a high-tech college laboratory to a commercial office complex. So how does an owner achieve high performance building status and reduce operating cost?

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Topics: MEP, Energy Modeling, Building Management System Analytics, High Performance Building, Life Cycle Cost Analysis

Michigan's Largest MEP Consulting firm is Hiring

Posted by Ginger Greager

Dec 7, 2016 8:29:27 AM

Looking for a New Career to go along with the just around the corner, New Year? We're accepting applications for mechanical and electrical designers and engineers. Apply here http://www.peterbassoassociates.com/careers/application

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Michigan's Largest MEP Consulting firm is Hiring a CAD Specialist

Posted by Camille Thompson

Oct 7, 2016 9:13:24 AM

Looking for a cool career opportunity to help beat the heat this summer? We're currently accepting applications for a CAD Specialist position. 

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MEP Consulting Firm, PBA Shares Top 10 Fun Facts about ESOP

Posted by Camille Thompson

Sep 29, 2016 9:44:46 AM

As we approach National Employee Ownership Month this October, PBA proudly reflects on the many benefits it’s incurred as an ESOP organization over these past few decades of service. We’d like to encourage others that are interested in this employee-focused retirement program by providing beneficial information on just how an ESOP works and whether or not it’s the right choice for your company. 

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Topics: MEP Engineering, ESOP

Making the Transition from Student to Professional: A Conversation with our Seasoned Engineers

Posted by Camille Thompson

Sep 13, 2016 1:08:26 PM

Our recent blog highlighted some of the experiences and lessons learned from our young engineers and recent college graduates. This time, we decided to flip the coin, and speak with our seasoned professionals regarding their experiences since turning pro.

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Topics: MEP Engineering

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