Buildings and Leadership: COVID-19 and Beyond
As building automation systems (BAS) become increasingly connected to the internet, two ESD experts partner to offer views on how to protect against cybercriminals.
As pandemic lockdown restrictions ease, many workers have the option to return to the office. But after a year of remote work, many question the need.
As cybercriminals become more stealthy by using access to internet of things (IoT) devices to eventually breach sensitive data, information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) teams need to work more closely to prevent attacks.
As more businesses begin to welcome workers back to the office, demonstrating a safe and healthy work environment is vital to earning trust and acceptance of the “new normal.”
As cybercriminals find increasingly devious ways to infiltrate building systems, facility owners, operators, and managers need to invest in better cybersecurity measures.
Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) refers to the three-pronged approach to measuring the sustainability and societal impact of a company’s or organization’s business practices.
When large companies are the victim of cyberattacks, smaller companies should take note that they could be even more vulnerable.
Ensuring the functional needs and requirements set by owners and stakeholders are met, the commissioning process is much more than a final item to check off at the end of a project.
Is your organization ready to welcome back employees to a safe and efficient workplace?
A roundtable of industry experts recently shared views and insights on the challenges of workplace re-occupancy in an era of COVID-19.
A recap of a BOMA Suburban Chicago webinar examines various building certifications that anticipate return to the office concerns.
Hosted by ESD, the Building Owners and Managers Association of Chicago (BOMA) recently sponsored a webinar focused on the building cooling systems and their impact on the environment.
The 2021 ASHRAE Virtual Annual Conference is slated to be a global event with live sessions from experts around the world.
The late Hem Gupta founded ESD in 1967. Today would be his 90th birthday.
The virtual career fair is described as networking at hyper speed, connecting applicants with potential employers.
The Building Owners and Managers Association of Chicago (BOMA) is sponsoring a free webinar for members hosted by ESD focused on the nuts and bolts of building cooling systems.
WELL Health-Safety Rating, Fitwel Certification, RESET, UL Verified, LEED, and more—which is the best choice for your building?
The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) will convene a panel of experts to discuss how a focus on wellness is returning to the workplace environment.
Illinois Green event focuses on planning and understanding energy usage in buildings.
Building Futures 2021 puts the spotlight on student projects largely developed remotely with the creative support of mentors.
Young professionals join to offer opportunities to further the mission and goals of global corporate real estate organization.
Saagar Patel was recently named to two influential advisory boards at the state and local level where he will offer direction on policies and initiatives likely to have a major impact on the environmental future of the state.
Reflections on the challenges and triumphs in a year like no other.
Senior Project Engineer will offer expert knowledge to help guide magazine in determining the most compelling and relevant articles for readers.
ACE Mentor Chicago virtual fundraising event supports students interested in careers in Architecture, Construction, and Engineering.
ESD always enjoys promoting from within.
ESD’s cybersecurity practice is growing.
The AIM (American Innovation and Manufacturing) Act, a measure to phase down the use of HFCs (hydrofluorocarbons) by 85% over the next 15 years, is intended to reduce U.S. greenhouse gas emissions while creating jobs and other economic benefits.
Have you seen the advertising campaign “Look for the WELL Health-Safety seal”?
ESD stays strong in Building Design+Construction (BD+C) magazine’s rankings once more due to our commitment to our mission and a culture of innovation.