Joining the SE 2050 Program brings firms together to make real change in the AEC industry.
Most of us have fully integrated technology into our lifestyles with smartphones, smartwatches, tablets, and AI home devices like Amazon’s Echo and Google Home. Unfortunately, such technology isn’t often adapted to the patient and caregiver experience.
NFPA 652-19 has a flow chart, frequently used by industry professionals like those at IMEG, that can determine if your industrial or processing facility needs to conduct a DHA and guidelines on how to properly document it.
The ongoing health crisis is highlighting the need to change how senior care facilities are designed to improve outcomes for residents who are at a high risk of contracting infectious diseases like COVID-19.
A Healthcare Information Technology Champion can provide valuable insight into a project and serve as a liaison between the design team, owners, and more.
The ASCE7 codes for snow and rain loads provide guidance for designing buildings to withstand heavy snow loads.
Early analysis of MEP and key systems through rapid performance modeling can provide energy and cost savings for owners.
By Heather Heidenreich and Kelly Altes Tornado ratings Tornado intensity is rated by the Enhanced Fujita Scale based on estimated wind speed and related damage. The scale ranges from EF-0 (65-85 MPH with some light damage to roofs and siding) to EF-5 (200+ MPH where well-constructed homes are leveled and swept away). Two EF-5 tornados