What is HVAC Commissioning?
What is HVAC Commissioning?

What is HVAC Commissioning?

Posted by Brian Rico on Oct. 07, 2014 in Engineering

INTRODUCTION The primary goal of commissioning is to ensure a building’s HVAC systems are operating the way the owner intended. ASHRAE describes the commissioning process as a “capable way of verifying that facility and its systems meets the Owner’s Project Requirements (OPR)”. Today, HVAC commissioning is more recognized as an important process needed for design, construction, […]

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Bob Ambrose Joins Our Team!

Bob Ambrose Joins Our Team!

Posted by Joe Weagraff on Jan. 30, 2014 in Culture

TES Engineering is proud to announce Robert Ambrose has joined our team as Director of Strategic Services. Bob brings a passionate personality, accomplished resume, and big plans for success. Previously, Bob was the President of Marlin Mechanical LLC, Department Manager at Gardiner Trane, and Owner of The RMA Company.  During his time with these companies […]

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How to Request an Electrical Service

How to Request an Electrical Service

Posted by Sarah Douglass on Feb. 27, 2013 in Fundamentals, Guidance

Requesting an electrical service for a project is a process that can be completed by anyone involved with the project, including architects, engineers, tenants, or property owners.  There are several ways to apply to start an electrical service, including an online form on the energy company’s website, a phone call to an energy company representative, […]

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Coandă Effect Causes Ceiling Smudging

Coandă Effect Causes Ceiling Smudging

Posted by Bob Schneider on Aug. 15, 2011 in Facility Operations

Recently, we received a phone call from a maintenance staff member concerned about “dirt” building up around ceiling air diffusers in the common area of his mall. This is an interesting and common problem. The solution has two parts. Part One Engineers select diffusers with initial leaving air velocity and terminal velocity in mind. Careful […]

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Double the Boiler Size and Fire the Engineer

Double the Boiler Size and Fire the Engineer

Posted by Bob Schneider on Jan. 21, 2010 in Facility Operations

That’s an old HVAC engineer joke. Often when we’re asked to evaluate comfort problems, we find this was more than just a joke. A building’s cooling load is the rate of heat rejection required to keep it cool inside. Conversely, the heating load is the amount of added heat needed to keep it warm inside. […]

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