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  • Word-of-the-Month: IDU – Induction Displacement Unit

    Induction Displacement Units are designed to provide air quality and acoustical performance. They are fitted with a series of air injection nozzles that allow the supply of primary air at conventional temperatures (50 to 54 degrees) to the terminal. These nozzles induce room air through a heat transfer (cooling and.. More

    30 Mar 2018 |
  • Be the CEO

    Join us on Tuesday, March 27 for Be The CEO, a Bumble Bizz panelist and networking event, featuring panelists who work in male dominated fields like technology, engineering, sports, and construction. This will be an evening of networking and panelist discussion, featuring four women working in primarily male dominated industries... More

    19 Mar 2018 |
  • Word-of-the-Month: DOAS – Dedicated Outdoor Air System

    A DOAS is a type of heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) system that consists of two parallel systems: 1) a dedicated system for delivering outdoor air ventilation, and 2) a parallel system to handle the loads generated by indoor / process sources and those that pass through the building enclosure... More

    1 Mar 2018 |
  • ULI – Young Leaders Group Annual Program

    We are excited to announce the Young Leaders Group of the Urban Land Institute - Minnesota is hosting their annual program on March 8th! The program will feature Kevin Cavenaugh of Portland's Guerrilla Development, who will teach us about his success in doing smaller scale infill development, both adaptive reuse.. More

    1 Mar 2018 |
  • RE Journals: PLACE – A model for future development

    POSTED February 6, 2018 - BY RE JOURNALS We're making progress on our mixed-use, eco-village project in St. Louis Park, MN! Read RE Journals' full article at https://mrej.com/2018/02/place-model-future-development/

    14 Feb 2018 |
  • Word-of-the-Month: Frost Ripping

    Frost ripping mechanically breaks up frozen compacted soil layers. A tooth-style frost ripping hook is attached to an excavator or backhoe to penetrate tough environments such as frozen ground. A single-tooth ripper is used to dig up the soil and a scraper is used to remove the materials from the.. More

    1 Feb 2018 |
  • Word-of-the-Month: Energy Recovery Ventilation (ERV)

      Energy Recovery Ventilation (ERV) is the recovery process of exchanging the energy contained in a normally exhausted building and using it to treat (precondition) the incoming outdoor ventilation air in HVAC systems. During the warmer seasons, the system pre-cools and dehumidifies while humidifying and pre-heating in the cooler seasons... More

    1 Jan 2018 |