Category: MEP

Ventilation Requirements for EV in Multi-Family and Mixed-Use Construction

By Anthony Basden, PE, LEED AP BD+C It’s been over a year since California’s Air Resources Board approved a rule requiring 100% of cars and light trucks in California to have zero emissions by 2035. Since then, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Oregon, and Washington have adopted similar rules prohibiting gas-powered vehicles in 2035. About the… Read More »

Commercial and Residential Building Projects Integrate EV Charging Stations

By Anthony Basden, PE, LEED AP BD+C As new commercial and residential buildings go up in the 2020s, more and more of them will integrate electric vehicle charging stations into their designs. The motivations for this trend include state and local code requirements in places such as California, Washington, and various cities. They also include… Read More »

How to Deliver Optimal Indoor Air Quality with HVAC Technology Post-Pandemic

By Dan Fox, PE, CEM, LEED AP BD+C A good indoor air quality strategy involves a variety of technologies, and many of them complement each other to maximize total system effectiveness. Here’s a breakdown of how those technologies can contribute to improved indoor air quality. About the Expert: Dan Fox, PE, CEM, LEED AP BD+C,… Read More »