Canadian Consulting Engineer

Green building design, lighting, and human resources articles in August-September issue

The current issue of Canadian Consulting Engineer is now posted on-line.

September 16, 2008   Canadian Consulting Engineer

The current issue of Canadian Consulting Engineer is now posted on-line.

Highlight features include:

“LEED Moves On.” The editor looks at major changes taking place in the green building rating system, as well as the growth of other rating systems such as BOMA’s Go Green.

“Who Can See the Wind?” Duncan Phillips of RWDI, one of Canada’s best known international specialist firms, explains how natural ventilation systems aren’t as simple as they seem to be.

“Lighting – Personal Control.” NRC researchers find that giving office workers the ability to ratchet their lighting levels up or down saves energy.

“Name that Mould,” a look at how laboratories identify this continuing building problem, written by an expert from Pinchin Environmental.

“Hiring Staff.” Advice on how to test prospective employees and avoid costly mistakes.

For the complete list of contents and to link to the articles, visit www.canadianconsultingengineer.com, and click on the Current Issue cover image.


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