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Finney’s Restaurant – Ventura, CA

The historic downtown area in Ventura, CA was in need of additional restaurant options. A long-vacant building was in need of a tenant. Gausman & Moore, working with AB Design Studio, worked together to meet both needs by designing and building Finney’s Crafthouse & Kitchen.

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Heartis Senior Living Facility – Yardley, PA

Gausman & Moore is providing mechanical, electrical, and plumbing design engineering services for this new senior living facility. The $26.34 million project is a new ground-up, two-story licensed, limited care facility that includes a single-story memory care portion and two-story assisted living portion. Once complete, the facility will be 101,960 square feet.

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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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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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Destiny Springs Healthcare Facility – Surprise, AZ

As a new two-story, 90-bed behavioral health hospital was close to completion, the Destiny Springs healthcare facility required a final systems review to make sure the facility and all systems were operating at maximum efficiency.

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Required Engineering Skills NOT Taught in the Classroom

Having an engineering degree is a huge accomplishment. It means you’ve spent countless hours learning in the classroom and even more hours at home completing homework, studying, and designing projects. It can be quite a shock entering the workplace for the first time, especially when you learn that not all the skills required for success are taught in the classroom. Below, we take a look at three pivotal skills required for a successful engineering career.

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G&M Helps Sponsor Elementary School Fundraiser

When students at Oak View Elementary in Maple Grove, MN decided to brave the hot, humid weather to raise money for their school, Gausman & Moore was happy to help them reach their goal. On Sept. 14 Oak View had its “Fun Run” fundraiser, with students raising money by running sponsored laps on the school grounds. The goal of the Oak View Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) was to raise $15,000. That goal was exceeded, and then some, with the students raising more than $16,000. The money will help pay for a rock climbing wall, library improvements, and other

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United Church of Christ – Robbinsdale, MN

United Church of Christ has been a place of worship for more than 100 years, with 50 years occupying space in Robbinsdale, MN. This facility was in need of some system upgrades. Working with Perry Bolin Architecture, the Gausman & Moore team provided MEP engineering services to provide a renovated worship space that is far more efficient. A primary goal involved providing cooling to the worship space, classrooms and offices.

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PROJECT SPOLTLIGHT

North Central Texas College Denton Record Chronicle Renovation – Denton, TX:
A Historic Site Used for Quality Education

When North Central Texas College (NCTC) sought a location for a remote campus in the downtown Denton, TX area the college needed an ideal building for providing educational services. That location presented itself with the historic building previously occupied by the Denton Record Chronicle newspaper.

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The Outlook of STEM Programs for Kids

STEM, or science, technology, engineering, and math, is a booming industry in the world that is only getting larger year after year. STEM programs and applications are responsible for the technology we have today. Without the study of STEM, we would not have the sustainable energy sources, the medical devices used in hospitals worldwide, or even the fuel-efficient cars developed to help improve fuel emissions. The more STEM is developed and nourished the better our outlook in the world is, and that begins with kids.

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Ground Broken for Great River Landing Housing Facility

A new housing facility for people who have experience homelessness, unemployment and incarceration is now under construction. Great River Landing, the apartment complex in Minneapolis, celebrated its groundbreaking on May 3. Gausman & Moore provided mechanical and electrical design engineering services, while working closely 4RM+ULA, for the $12 million project.

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Zack Klein – Employee of the Month for March 2018

Zack Klein (Mechanical Engineering, Duluth office) was recognized as Gausman & Moore’s March 2018 Employee of the Month. One of the guiding principles at G&M is ownership. Zack takes ownership seriously.

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Principles of Sustainable Design: California’s Title 24 Building Standards

Following the creation of the California Energy Commission (CEC) in 1974, the California Building Energy Efficiency Standards were created by the state legislature in 1978 to uphold safe and green building standards for both residential and non-residential (commercial) buildings. The purpose behind these standards is to improve the performance of facilities and to improve environmental, human, and economic outcomes through operational efficiencies.

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How to Avoid Information Overload as an Engineer

As engineers, we’re constantly absorbing information to better ourselves, our places of work, and our industry as a whole. However, many professionals who are constantly being bombarded with information can oftentimes feel overwhelmed. With the various information sources out there, such as websites, industry publications, newsletters, etc., how well do you utilize that information and apply it to your everyday life, especially if there is just too much information to take in? The following tips may be helpful for you with avoiding information overload:

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