Are mandatory continuing professional development programs necessary to show that engineers are competent? Some engineers support them, and others are passionately against.
If you are considering acquiring another firm as a way of expanding your business,
here’s advice on different steps you need to consider.
Are continuing professional development programs for engineers adequate? Should they be mandatory? Are they really measuring an engineer’s knowledge and adequacy, or are they just window dressing?
York University’s engineering school is expanding and moving into an extraordinary new building. At the same time it is embarking on a radically different way of teaching engineering students.
Engineering the new home for engineers at York University involved heavy duty, large-scale testing labs, flexible spaces, environmental chambers and unusual architectural features.
Building automation systems can be useful in diagnosing problems in a building’s HVAC systems. Here are some typical trouble spots that arise.
New tools are enabling engineers to survey and re-envision everything from vast industrial plants to civil structures with an extreme degree of precision.
The sprawling precast stores and distribution centres seen across Canada present challenges for fire protection owing to the contents and equipment they contain.
Ten HVAC&R products have been selected as Innovation Award Winners for the 2015 AHR Expo to be held in Chicago on January 26-28, 2015.
The ASHRAE Winter Conference is on January 24-28, 2015 at the Palmer House Hilton, while the accompanying AHR Expo is on January 26-28 at McCormick Place.