Buildings and Leadership: COVID-19 and Beyond
Already a strong trend pre-COVID-19, building owners are actively converting vacant retail spaces into a variety of health services clinics. Wellness, therapy, medical and veterinary services tenants must advocate for their unique space and MEP requirements before signing a lease.
Data center development has exploded to keep up with our increasingly online lives. As the number of data centers increases, the stakes keep getting higher making the process of securing a site to sometimes require secrecy.
Sustainability and health and wellness certifications can help developers, building owners and building operators attract and retain tenants.
The complex and critical nature of data centers requires thorough analysis to ensure IT and support equipment is adequately cooled. One tool that proves particularly beneficial in data center applications is computational fluid dynamics.
Large-scale, fast-paced construction projects require constant collaboration in order to stay on budget and schedule. Including a Commissioning Authority (CxA) as early as possbile in the project process is crucial.
James Dipping share tips on selecting fixtures that eliminate or reduce the possibility of bacteria growth.
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.
The COVID-19 pandemic has put a spotlight on indoor air quality (IAQ) in buildings.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forever changed the way buildings are designed and how they operate.
ESD believes strongly in the power of mentoring, as it is a key to building our future.
Building information modeling (BIM) and other digital technologies provide efficiency and accuracy in the construction industry.
Jenifer Reininger has an excellent perception of the data center industry and great ideas on how the industry can adapt as it rapidly expands.
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.
ESD managing director to present “Optimizing Energy Performance of Tall Buildings.”
Jensen to offer insights during GreenBuild Virtual Expo Hall.
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.
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.