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Dave Blume Celebrates 25th Anniversary at G&M

In February 1993 Bill Murray ruled the box office with “Groundhog Day.” Whitney Houston dominated the music charts with “I Will Always Love You,” and the nation’s favorite TV shows featured stand-up comedians (Jerry Seinfeld, Roseanne Barr, and Tim Allen) making the transition to sitcoms (Seinfeld, Roseanne, and Home Improvement).

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Process Piping for Industrial Facilities

Most of us understand that many aspects of society still rely on oil and natural gas, but you may not realize the process of transporting them into and throughout a large facility. From chemical plants to food processing plants, most industrial facilities require professional process piping systems. These systems are used to transport materials, such as liquid and gas, however some systems are equipped to transport slurry and powders. Process piping is the safest way to transport these fluids and gases across manufacturing facilities.

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G&M Hosts Mardi Gras Party for Clients

Maintaining a healthy and productive working relationship with clients is an essential component of Gausman & Moore’s approach to doing business. We are grateful for our clients and value our collaborative efforts with them. To express that gratitude, our Santa Clarita office hosted the first ever Client Appreciation Luncheon on Feb. 9.

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Understanding the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam

One of the first steps to becoming a professional licensed engineer (PE) is to pass the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam. Provided by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES), the FE is designed for recent undergraduate students or students who are close to finishing their undergraduate engineering degrees from an EAC/ABET-accredited program.

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G&M Helps Sponsor Elementary School Fundraiser

On Feb. 9 Oak View hosted the first-ever Husky Glow Run, the culmination of a two-week event that served as both a fundraiser and learning experience. Gausman & Moore was proud to help sponsor the event for the school where Matt Tisdell’s (Electrical Engineering, Roseville office) two daughters attend. G&M’s contribution helped pay for the T-shirts that every student received and wore during the fun run.

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4 Factors to Keep in Mind When Developing Engineering Career Goals

No matter where you are in your engineering career, it’s extremely important to have career goals. Whether you’re a recent graduate or a 10-year veteran, your goals will be a future destination of where you want to take your career. When setting your goals, take time to figure out exactly what you want and follow these four guiding principles to reach future success.

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Lake Superior Design Retreat

Lake Superior Design Retreat – Feb. 23-24, 2018

The Lake Superior Design Retreat, hosted by AIA Minnesota, has successfully attracted architects and others interested in design to Duluth, MN in the middle of winter. This year the retreat is celebrating its 30th year and will take place at Fitger’s Inn. For most of those years Gausman & Moore has been a proud sponsor and conference attendee.

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G&M Employees Attend ACEC/MN Emerging Leaders Training

Gausman & Moore always encourages its employees to continually strengthen their professional skills. It shows initiative when a person wants to become better at their job, while also learning how to become an effective leader. Two G&M employees from our Roseville office, Bryan Haider (Mechanical Engineering) and Ben Zurn (Electrical Engineering), are demonstrating this initiative by participating in the ACEC of Minnesota (ACEC/MN) Emerging Leaders Training program.

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Bryan Haider – Employee of the Month for January 2018

Bryan Haider (Mechanical Engineering, Roseville office) was recognized as Gausman & Moore’s January 2018 Employee of the Month. As a young engineer, Bryan Haider has shown his enthusiasm and drive to learn, and his always asking for more responsibility while stepping up his performance.

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Principles of Sustainable Design: HVAC Testing, Adjusting, and Balancing

The testing, adjusting and balancing (TAB) of a building’s HVAC system is one of the more critical phases when preparing the system for operation. This process involves various testing, adjusting, and balancing procedures to ensure all HVAC equipment and systems are operating correctly. With each of our building projects, our goal is to provide our customers with quality solutions to their TAB needs for their HVAC systems. Our process includes balancing air and water flow through the system, performance testing for all mechanical parts, and making adjustments to the system to verify all automatic controls function as required.

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The Purpose of a Commissioning Plan

The general purpose of a commissioning plan is to give direction for the entire construction process. It basically acts as a road map for entire construction team. It lays out roles and responsibilities of individuals and teams, includes lines of communication and reporting, provides a resolution process for issues, and provides overall coordination.

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Paul Dischinger – Most Valuable Player for 2017

Gausman & Moore is pleased to recognize Paul “Dish” Dischinger as our 2017 Most Valuable Player. While his technical skills are on display in everything Paul does, his calm demeanor and friendly disposition is what makes him a treat to work with. His tireless commitment to helping our team succeed is what endears him to our staff and has earned this honor for him.

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Performance Testing for Commercial HVAC systems

Unsure if your building’s HVAC system is performing optimally? Oftentimes in existing buildings, HVAC systems can begin to underperform, costing you money. Along with conducting performance tests on existing HVAC systems, Gausman and Moore runs performance tests on every one of our new construction projects. Therefore, following new building construction, engineers at Gausman and Moore run various tests to ensure all mechanical systems are running correctly and efficiently.

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Achieving the Elusive Thermal Comfort

Warm hats, gloves, scarves and coats are nothing new for people to wear during the winter. It’s winter, so we deal with it, right? However, what if people are consistently wearing this winter apparel in the office?

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What’s the Difference Between a Plumbing Engineer and a Plumber?

You have probably heard the terms plumber and plumbing engineer used throughout your career, however both are very different in terms of job duties. The term plumbing engineer isn’t simply a fancy way to refer to a plumber. The easiest way to understand the difference between the two is the plumbing engineer is the person who designs all gas- and water-related systems, and the plumber is the person who maintains the water-related systems (generally).

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