Posted on 5/8/2019 By Gausman & Moore
Throughout the Fergus Falls Library remodeling project Gausman & Moore worked frequently with The Weidt Group. The result was a more comfortable and energy efficient space for library patrons and staff. For the past few months this project has also helped educate young engineers.
Posted on 11/7/2018 By Gausman & Moore
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.
Posted on 10/31/2018 By Gausman & Moore
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.
Posted on 10/15/2018 By Gausman & Moore
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.
Posted on 5/16/2018 By Gausman & Moore
New Clinic Celebrates Grand Opening
Gausman & Moore has a long and successful history with St. Luke’s Hospital and DSGW Architects. A good example of this collaboration was demonstrated on April 25 at the grand opening for the new
Posted on 4/2/2018 By Gausman & Moore
Gausman and Moore routinely retro-commissions existing buildings to improve the performance of their systems.
Posted on 11/7/2017 By Gausman & Moore
Current statistics say that buildings (both residential and commercial) account for roughly 40 percent of worldwide energy usage, which is much higher than the energy use from transportation. In fact, the majority of the energy used by building structures comes from electricity usage, which greatly increases the facility’s carbon footprint. So what steps can be taken to combat this issue?