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Simple Steps to Conserve Water in Your Commercial Building

Conserving water at your building is not only important for the environment, but it can also end up saving hundreds or even thousands of dollars per year. While it can be difficult to change the habits of the people working or living within the building, there are some simple steps you can do to ensure your business is using the least amount of water possible. Below, let's take a look at some steps you can take within your building to make sure you are not using more water than needed.

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Creating your Engineering Portfolio

You might expect an artist or a photographer to keep a portfolio of his or her past projects and works. When going to a new client or potential job interview, the portfolio helps show what the artist is capable of. Having an engineering portfolio is no different. Putting together a portfolio can help you get your engineering certificate or even your next promotion. Below, we take a closer look at what should be included in an engineering portfolio.

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Sam Marttinen – Employee of the Month for October 2018

Sam Marttinen (Mechanical Engineering, Duluth Office) was recognized as Gausman & Moore’s October 2018 Employee of the Month.

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Principles of Sustainable Design: Optimizing Your Building Site

Optimizing your building site is a great way to save money and keep your property sustainable. By considering building orientation, landscaping, and rehabilitating existing structures, you could help maximize your building's sustainable potential. 

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St. Luke’s Sports & Event Center - Proctor, Minnesota

After 10 years of planning the hockey players, coaches, parents and visitors in the Proctor area are now being treated to a new arena, having spent nearly 45 years in a facility that had outlived its usefulness. Gausman & Moore provided mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fi re protection design and construction phase services for the new St. Luke’s Sports & Event Center, which opened in 2018. The arena features a new NHL-size sheet of ice.

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Potential Career Paths for Mechanical Engineers

Because of the broad skillset a mechanical engineer can acquire through schooling and work experience, the opportunities for various careers and positions are endless. 

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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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The Importance of Arc Flash Studies

An arc flash occurs when electricity jumps between two points in an electrical circuit. You may see this when you flip a light switch in a dark room. On a small scale, arc flashes are harmless. However, when arc flashes occur on large electrical systems or on industrial electric machinery, arc flashes can be quite dangerous and even deadly.

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G&M Raises More Than $2,400 for Minnesota Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

The chilly air didn’t seem quite as inconvenient as thousands of people raised their lanterns to the sky and marched through Target Field on Oct. 14 to help fight cancer and honor those who fought or are still fighting their battle against the deadly disease.

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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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Central Maintenance Facility – Eagan, MN

Improving Key City Facilities

The City of Eagan’s Central Maintenance Facility (CMF) is a hub of city activity. The facility is the site for the City’s Equipment, Streets, Park and Utility Maintenance and Water Resources Operations.

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Land O’Lakes Headquarters – Arden Hills, MN

Corporate Headquarters Gets System Upgrade

When Land O’ Lakes opened a new 155,000 square-foot, four-story headquarters facility the company wanted to make sure the facility was operating at peak efficiency for staff. Gausman & Moore provided commissioning services to verify that the building’s systems were complete and functioning properly.

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G&M Leaders Prepare Aspiring Architects for Rigorous Exams

Gausman & Moore has helped prepare aspiring architects for the Architect Registration Examination (ARE 5.0) for years. This year was no exception, as Dave Blume (Partner, Electrical Engineering – Roseville office) and Jim Manning (Partner, Mechanical Engineering – Roseville office) led a training session for more than a dozen candidates on Oct. 4.

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Certificates to Accelerate your Electrical Engineering Career

It can be difficult to differentiate yourself when you are surrounded by capable engineers. Earning additional certifications is a great way to expand your knowledge and accelerate your career.

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G&M Spikes Competition at ACEC Volleyball Tournament

The Gausman & Moore volleyball team hoisted the first place trophy in the air and celebrated their success at the 10th annual “Battle on the Beach” volleyball tournament. The only problem was the G&M team placed fifth. But still, it was a great picture.

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