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MEP Design Engineers Make a Case for Perimeter Radiant Heating for an Historic Renovation Project

Posted by George Hopkins

May 11, 2016 12:33:42 PM

Occupant Comfort in an Office Setting

One of the biggest headaches building owners experience is occupant complaints about thermal comfort. In new construction, there is a high level of control over the building envelope and perimeter issues are more easily dealt with.  In the renovation of existing and historic structures, there are often additional challenges, particularly where the space is used for either enclosed or open offices at the perimeter. One way to ward off the office grumbles associated with being too cold is by including perimeter radiant heat. 

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Topics: Office, MEP, Renovation, Perimeter Radiant Heating, Historic Renovation

Top Four Considerations When Replacing a Hospital's EPSS

Posted by Sam Awabdeh

May 2, 2016 10:31:00 AM

Tips for Emergency Power Preparation

Emergency power supply systems (EPSS) in hospitals are an important component of healthcare facility operations. Replacement of these systems, while keeping the hospital fully operational is one of the biggest challenges a healthcare design engineering team will face.

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Topics: Health Care, Emergency Power, EPSS, Electrical Engineering

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