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Electrical Engineering

BILT North America Conference

Blake Guither (PE, BEMP, LEED AP BD+C) will give the presentation “Take the Load Off Your Electrical Engineer” at BILT North America conference in August 2017. A Mechanical Engineer with 10+ years of experience at Gausman & Moore, Blake is responsible with all aspects of HVAC, plumbing and fire protection design for commercial buildings.

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G&M Awarded for Maurices Headquarters Project

Gausman & Moore has recently received recognition from Finance & Commerce for their work on the Maurices eadquarters and city of Duluth parking structure.

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What to Expect as an Emerging Electrical Engineer

Are you in school to hopefully become an electrical engineer? Or have you graduated with a degree in electrical engineering but don’t quite know what your day-to-day functions will be? If you have your sights set on eventually becoming a professional electrical engineer, you may understand the basics of what an electrical engineer is, but what does that mean for a workload in the real world? The first thing to note is there are a variety of sub-disciplines in the industry you can explore.

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Anthony Basden Attends ACEC National Conference as Recipient of ACEC/MN Emerging Leader Scholarship

Anthony Basden (Electrical Engineer, Roseville office) recently had the opportunity to soak up both the knowledge of industry leaders and historic sites in Washington DC. From April 23rd to 26th, Anthony attended the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) National Conference in Washington DC. This experience was possible through a $1,000 "Emerging Leaders" Scholarship from the ACEC Minnesota chapter, and additional funding from Gausman & Moore.

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Chang Kim – Employee of the Month for April 2017

Chang Kim (Electrical Designer, Santa Clarita office) was recognized as Gausman & Moore's April 2017 Employee of the Month.

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Supporting Academic Excellence

On Wednesday, May 3rd Gausman & Moore will sponsor a table at the 23rd Annual Proctor-Hermantown “Excellence in Education” Banquet. Scott Haedtke, Senior Associate and Duluth Office Manager, who resides in the Proctor District, will host a table that will include a Proctor student, their parents, and a teacher selected by the student as having the most influence on their education. The banquet will recognize 28 students who are the academic top 10 percent of their graduating classes.

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G&M to Engineer New Proctor Schools Athletic Facilities

On February 7th, the Proctor School District passed a $12 million Athletic Facilities Bond Referendum. The firm 292 Design Group was selected as the architect for the new 44,000 square-foot ice arena and athletic fields upgrades project. Gausman & Moore was selected to provide MEP engineering services. Bidding documents will be issued at the end of June to have the arena ready for the 2018 hockey season.

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What are Arc Flash Studies, and Why are They Important?

An arc flash study is an important line of defense to ensure electrical safety in your workplace.

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Principles of Sustainable Design: Energy Modeling

Create the most energy efficient building designs through energy modeling.

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Principles of Sustainable Design: Integrated Design

As part of our blog series on sustainable design, let’s take a quick look at what goes into integrated design.

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What to Look For in an Engineering Internship

Engineering internships are a practical way to get on-the-job training and experience before fully diving into the workforce.

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Electrical Engineering Jobs: First Steps

Preparing and searching through electrical engineering jobs is not easy. Prepare for the next step in your career with tips from Gausman & Moore

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