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August 2017



O and M Savings from Lab Utilities

By: Peter Coffey

Campus laboratories are equipment intensive, water intensive and energy intensive. It follows, then, that they are also expensive to operate and maintain. With college budgets squeezed, colleges and universities are looking to laboratories as a source of operating efficiency and cost savings.


LEDs and Energy Management Systems Take Northwestern Energy Savings to New Level

By: Joe Popely

Scott Hayworth is not afraid of the dark. However, as chief electric engineer for Northwestern University's campus in Evanston, Illinois, he is concerned about light.


Points to Keep in Mind For a Lighting Upgrade

By: Summer Albergotti

I am frequently asked to visit campuses around the country in search of potential opportunities or challenges that can be solved by better lighting. When we tour these campuses, we note the specifics so we can supply the area with the lighting it needs.



The Dandelion Project at Liberty University

By: Rachel James Clevenger

Dr. Hector Medina is as Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia.


Gym Must-Haves for Advanced or Athletic Training

By: Mike Grillo

When outfitting your facility for advanced trainees or athletic training, you want to be sure you have certain pieces of equipment to ensure an inviting atmosphere for their goals.


Presentation Technologies 101

By: Gina Sansivero

Until recently, the cost of large flat-panels for classroom use was prohibitive, making projectors the preferred presentation technology for most colleges and universities. Now, as monitor prices continue to drop, schools are questioning their traditional or standard classroom technology.



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