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- 10/03/16--05:30: _Know the Standards ...
- 10/05/16--05:30: _Maybe Your Company ...
- 10/07/16--05:30: _What You Need To Kn...
- 10/08/16--08:03: _Why Install an Ener...
- 10/12/16--05:30: _Think “Chilled Beam...
- 11/18/16--05:30: _The Opportunities &...
- 11/21/16--05:30: _The Multi-family Ma...
- 11/23/16--05:30: _Beyond the Flange
- 11/25/16--05:30: _Getting to the Fina...
- 12/16/16--05:30: _Bidding On Medical ...
- 12/19/16--05:30: _Case Study: Willow ...
- 01/17/17--05:30: _The Paperwork Pays:...
- 01/19/17--05:30: _Case Study: The Boa...
- 01/30/17--05:30: _Finding Commercial ...
- 02/27/17--05:30: _OSHA 30: Subpart C ...
- 02/28/17--05:30: _Case Study: The Bic...
- 03/09/17--05:30: _Case Study: Element...
- 03/16/17--05:30: _James River Air’s N...
- 04/06/17--05:30: _Case Study: The Dav...
- 04/13/17--05:30: _Commercial Bids: Ru...
- 10/03/16--05:30: Know the Standards to Avoid Rooftop Falls
- 10/05/16--05:30: Maybe Your Company Should Consider the Supermarket Sector
- 10/07/16--05:30: What You Need To Know When Bidding on School Jobs
- 10/08/16--08:03: Why Install an Energy Recovery Ventilator (ERV)?
- 10/12/16--05:30: Think “Chilled Beams” Instead of VAV Systems for Commercial Projects
- 11/18/16--05:30: The Opportunities & Challenges of Working In Data Centers
- 11/21/16--05:30: The Multi-family Market
- 11/23/16--05:30: Beyond the Flange
- 11/25/16--05:30: Getting to the Financial Decision Makers in Commercial Service Sales
- 12/16/16--05:30: Bidding On Medical Building and Hospital Jobs
- 12/19/16--05:30: Case Study: Willow School in Gladstone, NJ
- 01/17/17--05:30: The Paperwork Pays: Why Government Contracting Is Worth The Effort
- 01/19/17--05:30: Case Study: The Boathouse District
- 01/30/17--05:30: Finding Commercial Software That Fits the Bill
- 02/27/17--05:30: OSHA 30: Subpart C General Safety and Health Provisions
- 02/28/17--05:30: Case Study: The Bicycle Hotel & Casino
- 04/06/17--05:30: Case Study: The David Whitney Building in Detroit
- 04/13/17--05:30: Commercial Bids: Rules to Follow
IE3 looks at what contractors need to know about working on rooftops.
It’s Time to put some thought into taking on this large-scale client base. If your company hasn’t ventured into the supermarket sector yet, you aren’t alone. Now may be an ideal time for you to rethink your approach, however. With sparks of innovation and a new mindset of clients that range from the local grocery […]
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IE3 looks at what you need to know when you bid on school jobs.
As an indoor environment and energy service contractor, the most obvious reason to install an energy recovery ventilator (ERV) is to recover energy when there is a fresh air requirement. When fresh air is pumped into a building, conditioned air is exhausted back outside to equalize the pressure. The air leaving a building has energy […]
When a commercial customer is considering a Variable-Air-Volume (VAV) system for a new construction or renovation project, here’s an alternative that’s worth a second thought: chilled beam technology. In spaces where humidity loads are moderate (less than 25% of total heat gain) – such as open office areas, computer/server rooms, condo/hotel rooms, medical waiting rooms, […]
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IE3 looks at working in data centers.
The post The Opportunities & Challenges of Working In Data Centers appeared first on IE3: Indoor Environment & Energy Efficiency.
IE3 looks at what you need to know about working in multi-family buildings.
While the chiller is the heart of chilled water systems, its support system of components and controls are equally critical to maintain and manage to ensure your system attains the highest efficiency levels. Emphasis is often placed on the chiller since it is the most visible and higher energy element of a chilled water system. […]
James Graening shares techniques for getting to the financial decision makers.
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IE3 looks at what you need to consider when bidding on hospital and medical building jobs.
Mitsubishi explains how they helped a New Jersey School become Living Building Challenge certified.
Like many other businesses in the construction and maintenance industry, Dave and Beth Kyle’s Trademasters Service Corp was struggling in 2008. The national recession was at its peak, and new construction had virtually stopped in the US. The Kyle’s understood that something had to be done. Employees were relying on them, and bills had to […]
The post The Paperwork Pays: Why Government Contracting Is Worth The Effort appeared first on IE3: Indoor Environment & Energy Efficiency.
In the early 2000s, the Oklahoma River was dammed up as part of the MAPS1 community improvement initiative. The project not only accomplished its goal, but set the stage for a vibrant riverside filled with attractions and stunning architecture. The Oklahoma City (OKC) Boathouse District is central to that vibrancy, with six buildings offering athletic […]
When he heads to the ACCA’s IE3 Show in March, Lon Johnson plans to do some shopping. With his wish list in hand, the president of Pro-Tech Mechanical in Lansing, MI, will be checking out software companies that can meet his company’s current commercial needs. “I want to go to Nashville this year to research […]
Note: In a previous article that was posted on December 14, 2016, we gave an overview of OSHA’s 30 hour training course. You can read that article here: www.ie3media.com/osha-30-need-know/ The OSHA 30 hour Construction Industry Training course covers a number of specific topics. However, there are certain topics that OSHA may require contractors to complete […]
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Since 1984, The Bicycle Casino has been a gaming destination in Los Angeles. With the addition of a new, 118,000-square-foot hotel, The Bicycle Hotel & Casino (Bicycle) is now a high-end, boutique resort destination – not just for patrons of the casino, but for anyone looking for a comfortable place to gather professionally or recreationally. […]
Screven Elementary School, Sylvania, GA, serves 1,400 pre-K to fifth-graders. The 143,000-square-foot facility was built in 1989. A renovation of the school in 2002 took care of many issues, but left a dated and inefficient HVAC system sorely needing replacement. A CITY MULTI® Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) zoning system from Mitsubishi Electric US, Inc. Cooling […]
Ask Hugh Joyce to describe his work life, his staff, his customers or even life in general, and he’d likely do it all with just one word, his favorite word – supercalifragilisticexpialidocious! Coined from the famous musical Mary Poppins, Joyce says the word, which means wonderful, or extraordinarily good, perfectly sums up his philosophy, that […]
The post James River Air’s Not So Secret ‘Secret Sauce’, The Key To Their Success appeared first on IE3: Indoor Environment & Energy Efficiency.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Detroit lost 60 percent of its population from 1950 to 2010. The decline meant bankruptcy, myriad abandoned homes and buildings, high crime rates, even thousands of stray dogs on the streets. In the last two years, though, something has shifted; downtown activity has greatly increased thanks to a focus on […]
It may seem obvious, but HVAC contractors agree that before you can prepare and submit a commercial bid, you need to find out exactly what the client wants. “If you don’t live up to your customer’s expectations, your bid will be way off,” says Kyle Sullivan, project manager, Frigi-Temp Temperature Solutions, Youngsville, NC. “When we […]