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New Senior Living Facility Provides Optimum Comfort

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The Benefits of Using Commissioning Services

Commissioning and recommissioning services are intended to make sure very complex operating systems are running as they should. The commissioning process helps both owners and operating managers know that the systems in their buildings are running smoothly, correctly, and as intended.

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Thomas Bartczak – Employee of the Month for January 2019

Thomas Bartczak (Mechanical Engineering, Los Angeles Office) was recognized as Gausman & Moore’s January 2019 Employee of the Month.

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The Advantages of 3D Scanning

Modern technology has allowed designers and engineers to improve their building techniques by leaps and bounds. 3D scanning technology is a fast and efficient way to get real time, accurate pictures of existing buildings. By using several points of light, 3D scanners are able to piece together what is called a point cloud, or a digital blueprint of the area scanned.

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Is Renewable Energy Better? A Dive Into Real Numbers

Traditional fossil fuels have long been the standard for energy in the world. Though, with new technologies, renewable energy is giving traditional energy generators a run for their money. Renewable energy is closing the gap on cost effectiveness and efficiency at a rapid pace, and the technology only continue to improve every day. Let's take a closer look at the numbers to see exactly why renewable energy is the better energy choice.

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Optimist of the Year – Zola Burns

“I don’t know how she does it,” was a common statement about Zola Burns (Administration, Roseville Office) and her role as Treasurer of the Roseville Area Optimist Club. Zola’s efforts with the club resulted in her being named as the club’s 2018 Optimist of the Year.

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Exploring the Field of Sustainable Electrical Engineering

Typically, the engineer focuses on creating and improving innovative or renewable energy sources for electricity. This can come in the form of new solar power techniques and design, or ways to return renewable power back to the energy grid.

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Building Your Professional Engineering Network

It turns out the saying, "It is all about who you know" is very true. Nearly 85% of all open positions are filled by networking. A professional network is a support system of colleagues and friends you have interacted with and worked with over the years. The network can include college classmates or simply people you met for lunch at a nearby office.

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Licia Oligmueller is G&M’s 2018 Most Valuable Player

Gausman & Moore is pleased to recognize Licia Oligmueller, PE, LEED AP BD+C (Mechanical Engineering, Roseville Office) as our 2018 Most Valuable Player.

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Principles of Sustainable Design: Low-Voltage Systems

Low-voltage power systems are integrated power systems in buildings that can run on either AC or DC current. The ranges of a low-voltage system are anything less than 49 volts for AC and anything less than 120 volts for DC. Comparatively, a normal voltage system ranges from 50 - 1000 volts for AC and anywhere from 120 to 1500 volts for DC. Low-voltage systems are intended to run specific applications and can end up saving energy and money.

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Anthony Gomez – Employee of the Month for December 2018

Anthony Gomez (Mechanical Engineering, Los Angeles Office) was recognized as Gausman & Moore’s December 2018 Employee of the Month.

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How Does Wind Power Create Electricity?

A wind turbine consists of two or three giant blades that look like propellers attached to a rotor. The rotor is attached to a main shaft, which is then connected to a generator. When the wind blows, the large blades begin to spin. The rotational movement transfers to the shaft, which also spins. This transfers to the generator, which creates electricity.

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The Role of Mechanical Engineers in Sustainable Design

Mechanical engineers can wear many hats and can have their talent and skills directed to several aspects of a building project. Looking at the bigger picture, there are many areas in sustainable design where mechanical engineers play a larger role. Below, let's take a look at three key areas where mechanical engineers are pivotal to creating a sustainable building design.

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What Does it Mean to Design for Manufacturability?

With engineers, scientists, and designers taking a closer look at sustainable building ideals, new design concepts are regularly emerging. One of these newer concepts is known as Designing for Manufacturability (DFM). With this process, companies and clients alike are quickly seeing the benefits of constructing a building through DFM principles. Not only are companies able to monetarily benefit, but through this design concept, companies are able to further their sustainability initiatives. To see how DFM relates to engineering and construction we need to take a deeper dive.

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3 Engineering Internship Interview Tips

While interviews can be a stressful time, they are also a great opportunity to grow your network and knowledge. For many students, an interview for an internship is the first time they will sit down with a company’s leaders and/or management. Being confident and knowledgeable is a great way to nail your interview and land that perfect internship. Let's look at these three quick tips to help you have a successful interview.

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