Things to consider when designing a Tenant Fit-Out:
- It is critical to verify: existing ductwork, air device sizes and locations, duct elevations, and duct locations.
- If a hydronic system; you must determine existing pipe sizes, valve locations, pipe locations, pipe inverts, etc.
VALUE ENGINEERING (VE) can be a saving grace for many budgets and projects. When conducting VE on a project, it is important to ensure that the impact of the removed or substituted equipment is fully understood by all project team members. (more…)
Part 2 of 2 Blogs on Electrical Terminology for the Mechanical Designer
- Disconnect Switches: (more…)
Part 1 of 2 Blogs on Electrical Terminology for the Mechanical Designer
- Amperage (Current): (more…)
Domestic water heater’s energy source may either be electric, oil, or natural gas. Make sure the electrical engineer has provided 120 volt service for control power. Coordinate electrical requirements for electric water heaters, as the kw demand may be very high. Large domestic water system boilers, with large burner motors can require large H.P. and electrical requirements. (more…)