Building Monitoring Meets 21st Century Education

October 16, 2019

Once a building is operational, there can still be factors that disrupt its efficiency and keep it from functioning as designed. Achieving efficient operation can be challenging, which is why more and more schools are …

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What makes building commissioning successful on a project?

June 26, 2019

Building commissioning has evolved over the last two decades. The continuous development of the construction industry combined with the Great Recession has left the impression that commissioning is a commodity-based service to be engaged as …

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Elevator Modernization, There’s Levels to This.

June 6, 2019

Elevators are complex and require specialized expertise to operate and maintain; in fact, most facilities have to work through a third-party service provider to address elevator modernization and equipment issues. Everything, including the doors, shaft, …

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How Do I Choose A Good Commissioning Agent?

May 15, 2019

Throughout this series we’ve established the importance of building commissioning. Now we’re looking at the characteristics of a good commissioning agent and how to identify them in the procurement process. In our first piece, What You …

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What Matters Most in Your Medical Gas Replacement

April 2, 2019

Medical gas systems serve healthcare facilities by providing gases that are life-sustaining (oxygen), critical-use (medical air), or suction (vacuum) for patients. These systems are often centrally located and away from patients. If medical air compressors …

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