On behalf of the NYC Building Department, we confirm that MEP systems are installed as designed. We work diligently with the contractor and engineer of record to streamline the inspection and sign off process.
More people are working remotely, impacting effective audiovisual design in workplaces. Here's what to consider in the design.
Network infrastructure is the foundation of a more efficient warehouse, and the technology solution for every client is different. Learn how we can help!
Greg Brenner discusses why EV infrastructure is a challenge and whether it will be reliable enough for consumers to switch to electric.
It's Engineer's Week, and we're celebrating how our team is creating the future, emphasizing our work designing EV charging infrastructure.
Desmond Greene shares about the Green Building Initiative - and how our team works with them to lead the way in sustainability.
Managing Director, Critical Facilities, Jimmy Sneed shares why we need to prioritize physical security on our national electrical grid.
In December, MA adopted a new Fire Code. This blog details what that means for building owners in laboratories.
Learn how reality capture scanning can save time and rework on a construction project.
Kevin Sotto and I explored data center opportunities and demand drivers at DICE West 2022. Learn more!
Managing Director, Washington DC, Bart Stewart recently attended the Data Center Dynamics Conference. Here are three things he learned about industry trends.
Watertown will adopt a new lab registration process similar to Boston's. We are an approved third-party engineering firm helping the fire department implement it.
We're celebrating our 2022 promotions! Congratulations to all promoted; thank you for exemplifying our core values!