As offices rebound from the global pandemic, ESD’s Practice Leader for Commissioning and Energy+Eco Saagar Patel says now may be the perfect time to reevaluate office systems. (Read more about the benefits of retro-commissioning.)
FacilitiesNet, the online magazine of Building Operating Management (BOM), recently published an article by ESD Commissioning and Energy+Eco Operations Director Saagar Patel that explains why this may be the right time to reexamine the efficiency of building systems. (Read Saagar’s article about return-to-office reviews.)
ESD Operations Director for Technology Jeff Drenovsky co-authors white paper for law offices looking to return to a post-pandemic environment. But his observations apply to building owners and managers across all industries. (Learn how integrated technology improves your workspace.)
Consulting and Specifying Engineer (CSE) magazine recently hosted a roundtable of industry experts to discuss how employee health and safety is changing the way office buildings are designed in a post-pandemic environment. (Read roundtable discussion.)
After almost two years of pandemic shutdowns, building designers, owners, and operators are looking for ways to make the return to offices safer and healthier for occupants. Improving air handling systems plays a key role. (Read more about improving indoor air quality and occupant health.)
As businesses return to whatever “normal” is after two years of pandemic disruption, they are finding it might not be as easy as opening doors and welcoming employees back to the traditional office. How we view the workplace is changing. (Learn more about the Home-Spoke-Hub model of the future.)
While there are any number of online tools that offer video conferencing and online collaboration, two seem to dominate the cyber landscape: Microsoft Teams and Zoom. Is one better than the other for your business needs? (Learn Which is Best for You)
Lighting fixtures and their associated controls play an integral part in commercial office interior design. An efficient lighting control design can help building owners save money, simplify operations, and improve the comfort and satisfaction of occupants.