Buildings and Leadership: COVID-19 and Beyond
The first step of process standardization is writing it all down; ESD can help.
Substance can lead to environmental stress cracking.
In-depth presentations boost technical skills.
Michael Young explains how to get the most out of mission critical mechanical systems.
Mo Fahim discusses technology strategies during Crain’s roundtable discussion.
Not sustaining indoor air quality a recipe for disaster.
Pandemic and Legionnaire’s Disease prompt examination of fixtures.
Beginning Oct. 13, 2020, leased office spaces that have been designed with energy efficiency in mind will be able to apply for ENERGY STAR Tenant Space certification.
Safety first is a statement that will always ring true – but it is ringing louder than ever in our current climate.
With concerns about the safety of returning to the workplace at the top of mind of employees and employers, the need to create healthier spaces by minimizing (or even eliminating when possible) communal surface touchpoints continues to gain further interest.
There is no easy button for eliminating the threat of spreading COVID-19, or other viruses, in office, retail, hospitality, healthcare, industrial or education buildings. As society learns more about COVID-19, certain truths are emerging that can significantly reduce the probability of contracting the virus within buildings by understanding this simple four-step strategy. This strategy provides a holistic approach toward creating safer and healthier places versus a single-solution approach.
Jennifer Reininger shares ideas before DatacenterDynamics conference.
ESD duo to discuss three avenues during “The Return to a New Workplace.”
Mo Fahim leads CoreNet Global Chicago Chapter panel focused on ways to improve the post-pandemic workplace.
The CDC, the WHO and many other organizations have offered their expertise regarding how COVID-19 spreads. As these organizations learn more about the virus and how it is transmitted, society gains confidence in what building owners and operators are doing to reduce the risk of transmitting the disease.
ESD managing director to present “Optimizing Energy Performance of Tall Buildings.”
Jensen to offer insights during GreenBuild Virtual Expo Hall.
ESD experts to share knowledge at CTBUH worldwide virtual event “The Post-Crisis City: Rethinking Sustainable Vertical Urbanism” on Nov. 17.
3rd Annual Watts Healthcare Symposium to tackle variety of topics.
Jeff Drenovsky to lead panel focused on technology in education on Thursday, Oct. 29.
Expert in planning and design known for his informative ‘Maniarisms.’
Proven leader in built environment offers new suite of cybersecurity services.
When Mark Muszanowski entered ESD’s Chicago office for his first day as a part-time employee in 1972, drawings were created with pencil and mylar on drafting boards – even for the most advanced skyscrapers.
ESD moves up in Consulting-Specifying Engineer (CSE) magazine's MEP Giants rankings once more due to our culture, commitment to innovation and adaptability to changing market conditions.
ESD has been blessed with many long-term employees, who are valuable to companies in many ways.
With airborne transmission of the coronavirus possible within buildings, as confirmed by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization, it’s a crucial time for owners and operators of commercial office space to take proactive measures to improve indoor air quality.
As employees return to the workplace amid the pandemic, their safety is of the utmost importance.
Lisa Leemans, Certified Public Accountant, has joined ESD as our new Managing Director of Finance and Accounting.
For many years, ESD – an international leader in the engineering design of high-performance buildings, mission critical facilities and workplaces – worked on projects in New York City.
Cohesion, a SaaS platform spun out of ESD to optimize building performance drivers for real estate owners and operators, raised funding from high-profile investors.