Don't Drop the Ball! Oh Wait, You Can Drop that One...
2017 is just about over, it's in the books, finished, gone....you get the point. Hopefully this past year was good to you all. As we build up too New Years Eve we though it would be fun to look at the Times Square Ball Drop and run through a few facts that maybe you didn't know about that glowing engineering marvel! The famous illuminated ball, dropped from a flagpole atop One Times Square, is crafted from Waterford Crystal—it measures 12 feet in diameter, weighs a whopping
Deck the Halls, Don't Burn 'em Down!
Why hose the Christmas tree down when you can be searching the value of the your gifts on Amazon this holiday season? OK, I don't do th
HVAC that Predicts the Future
We do quite a lot of data center work, and one topic that comes up now again is using instantaneous IT power usage to control cooling capaci
Water Closet: A Fancy Name for a Toilet...
We see and use water closets everyday of our lives, whether at home, at work or out and about. In fact, according to www.reference.com the a
HVAC Jargon All Architects Need To Know!
As an engineer, one of the hardest things I've ever tackled is understanding how to communicate technical ideas and details in a non-tec
Cloud Computing for Normal People
We've all heard of "the cloud", but do we really know what it is or how to use it? I know for the longest time I really didn&#
"I Just Wanted a Coupe, not Italian Leather!"
Sometimes when we make a purchase, we get what we get. A building project is NOT that type of purchase. Here are a few parallels and simple
Building Systems Smarter...
Thanks for checking us out! We're really excited to meet you and show you how we take a different approach to our work. Read more for a