No time to waste

Construction—especially demolition operations—can generate an enormous amount of waste. However, up to 80 percent of this waste may be diverted from landfills with a thorough construction waste management plan. As a result, this step is now a requirement of many municipalities and sustainable design standards.
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Specifying HVAC equipment in critical environments

Cleanrooms present unique design challenges because they must meet specific requirements that go beyond what is encountered in a typical commercial space. When specifying HVAC equipment in a critical environment such as a cleanroom, engineers must consider the key issues of air filtration, humidity control, and pressurization.
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Commissioning a LEED platinum science building

Discussing specification writing and documentation details can be challenging, but the right set of specifications is a key component in the process to deliver a successful project. It is crucial the specification writer understands the intent of how systems will operate and how systems relate to each other.
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