Posted on 7/29/2019 By Gausman & Moore
Finding the right air conditioning system for your new building can be challenging. There are several available systems, and all the systems have their own benefits. A VRV (variable refrigerant volume) and VRF (variable refrigerant flow) air conditioning system is hyper-efficient and can effectively cool an entire building fast. But what is the difference between VRV and VRF? Let's dive in a little deeper to understand how a VRV and VRF system differ, and learn the many benefits to this technology.
Posted on 6/24/2019 By Gausman & Moore
Excess stormwater is a longstanding problem many urban settings encounter. Typical drainage systems can become overrun in times of heavy rain, and existing infrastructure systems are starting to reach the end of their lifespan. New, sustainable designs and implementation can not only help alleviate current stormwater management problems, but can help create a better and often cheaper solution for cities.
Posted on 4/30/2019 By Gausman & Moore
Bryan Haider (Mechanical Engineering, Roseville Office) was recognized as Gausman & Moore’s April 2019 Employee of the Month. Possessing engineering wisdom “beyond his years,” Bryan regularly provides engineering excellence on projects throughout the country.
Posted on 2/18/2019 By Gausman & Moore
Commissioning and recommissioning services are intended to make sure very complex operating systems are running as they should. The commissioning process helps both owners and operating managers know that the systems in their buildings are running smoothly, correctly, and as intended.
Posted on 1/21/2019 By Gausman & Moore
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.
Posted on 1/9/2019 By Gausman & Moore
Anthony Gomez (Mechanical Engineering, Los Angeles Office) was recognized as Gausman & Moore’s December 2018 Employee of the Month.
Posted on 1/7/2019 By Gausman & Moore
A wind turbine consists of two or three giant blades that look like propellers attached to a rotor. The rotor is attached to a main shaft, which is then connected to a generator. When the wind blows, the large blades begin to spin. The rotational movement transfers to the shaft, which also spins. This transfers to the generator, which creates electricity.
Posted on 12/3/2018 By Gausman & Moore
Gausman & Moore’s retail and leadership expertise was on full display last week at the International Council of Shopping Center (ICSC) CenterBuild Conference in Phoenix, AZ. In attendance to represent G&M was Daniel Sandoval (Managing Principal, Los Angeles Office) and Ed Studniski (G&M President).
Posted on 11/28/2018 By Gausman & Moore
After extensive studying and a challenging test, Kalysta Davis (Mechanical Engineering, Duluth Office) is now a LEED Green Associate. Kalysta learned of her achievement on Nov. 15. Gausman & Moore is committed to LEED guidelines and currently has 12 LEED Accredited Professionals on staff.
Posted on 11/26/2018 By Gausman & Moore
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.
Posted on 11/19/2018 By Gausman & Moore
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.
Posted on 11/12/2018 By SuperUser Account
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.
Posted on 9/26/2018 By Gausman & Moore
Your hard work through the school year has finally paid off, and you were granted an interview for a summer internship. So what’s next? Interviewing can be an exciting, yet stressful time. Knowing how much depends on the answers you give in a short amount of time can be quite intimidating. We’ve put together some interview tips to help take the stress out of your interview. The more prepared you can be, the more confident you will look to a potential employer.
Posted on 9/19/2018 By Gausman & Moore
When a pump in an industrial or manufacturing facility is performing poorly an effective step to remedying the situation is to use fact-based engineering discipline to provide sound solution recommendations aimed at owner success. At Gausman & Moore one of our primary mechanical engineers, Andy Zurn, PE, is well-versed at addressing pump performance and reliability in industrial settings.
Posted on 9/12/2018 By Gausman & Moore
Engineering projects within the heavy industry and manufacturing sector take on many shapes and sizes. These projects, whether in a factory, foundry or other facility, often require different depths of expertise. Given the many variables associated with heavy industry and manufacturing projects, it’s important to have an effective project management plan. At Gausman & Moore one of our primary mechanical engineers, Andy Zurn, PE, has developed such a plan.
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