ASHRAE Standard 90.1­2010 Promises Savings in Cost and Energy Use
ASHRAE Standard 90.1­2010 Promises Savings in Cost and Energy Use

ASHRAE Standard 90.1­2010 Promises Savings in Cost and Energy Use

Posted by Erica Pilmer on Nov. 01, 2012 in Engineering

The recent release of ASHRAE Standard 90.1­2010 aimed to accomplish a 30% energy savings over the previous 2004 and 2007 editions. This goal will be accomplished by the staggering 109 Addenda to the Standard affecting the design, construction and facilities operations of new and renovated buildings. On October 19, 2011 the Department of Energy recognized […]

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MEP Engineering Considerations for Alterations to Existing Walls, Roofs and Windows

MEP Engineering Considerations for Alterations to Existing Walls, Roofs and Windows

Posted by Joe Weagraff on Aug. 27, 2009 in Engineering

The two questions most often raised regarding the thermal performance of changes to existing walls, roofs and windows are: We’d like to add insulation to the building, but if we do, does it have to meet code? If a window or storefront is being replaced, can we just match the existing so the look remains […]

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