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Jacobs supports Artemis I moon mission

As NASA’s largest services contractor, the consulting engineering firm supported the successful mission from start to finish.

Arup highlights Montreal’s spongy nature at COP 15

Green spaces are key in helping absorb rainfall and mitigating the wintertime flooding that has become more common with continued climate change.

BBA helps decarbonize ArcelorMittal’s Port Cartier plant

Following a feasibility study and plant modifications, BBA will carry out detailed engineering and support the conversion of fuel oil systems.
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New Code for ICT infrastructure for buildings

Smart technologies and the Internet of Things (IoT) solutions used in modern buildings can put the reliability and security of connected building systems at risk. The new CSA Group publication, CSA EXP100:22, Information and communication technology (ICT) code for buildings, offers tools that can help develop a robust and resilient ICT infrastructure scalable for future needs. The code aims to address all aspects of ICT infrastructure, including service performance data and data governance. » Learn more
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Stantec hires senior principal for Canadian federal program

He most recently served the federal government as director general of strategic sourcing for Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC). » Read more

A performance-based National Building Code could challenge engineers

Efforts are in now progress to transition the NBC from its primarily prescriptive requirements to a performance-based code with new criteria. » Read more

Morrison Hershfield appoints VP of operations and business development

In his new role, he will lead the firm’s structural, mechanical, electrical and commissioning teams in Eastern Canada and the U.S. » Read more
Sponsored Spotlight 

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Thermal imaging camera identifies HVAC leaks and hot spots

Triplett Test Equipment’s IRTC400 features a 120 x 90-pixel thermal detector that displays centre-spot and high/low-temperature tracking. » Learn more

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USNC has been developing its micro-modular reactor (MMR) and fully ceramic micro-encapsulated (FCM) fuel since 2011. » Learn more

AC unit fit for MURBs

A modulating compressor promises consistent comfort, while a streamlined fan design keeps sound as low as 56 dB, similar to a residential dishwasher. » Learn more
Events Calendar 

EngiQueers Canada Conference

January 27-29
Location: Toronto
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ASHRAE Winter Conference

February 4-8
Location: Atlanta, Ga.
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AHR Expo

February 6-8
Location: Atlanta
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FGIA Annual Conference

February 13-16
Location: Coronado, Calif.
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BuildEx Vancouver

February 15-16
Location: Vancouver
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