Building Technologies in the Post-Coronavirus Environment: 5 Facility Action Items to Implement Now

— By Joseph Bocchiaro III, Ph.D., CStd, CTS-D, CTS-I, ISF-C, Principal Consultant, NV5 Engineering & Technology  “The new electronic independence re-creates the world in the image of a global village.” — Marshall McLuhan, Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man There is broad agreement that the post-virus era will create a “great reset.” However, much of … Continue reading Building Technologies in the Post-Coronavirus Environment: 5 Facility Action Items to Implement Now

From Ergonomics to Experience: Applying Human Factors Analysis to Technology Planning

— by Craig Park, FSMPS, Assoc. AIA The application of human factors design principles and techniques is an indispensable tool for the architectural planning process. It helps improve user experience and increases the assurance that the resulting spatial and technology solutions effectively reflect client needs. Nowhere is a stronger case to be made for including a … Continue reading From Ergonomics to Experience: Applying Human Factors Analysis to Technology Planning

SCAQMD Proposed Rule 2305: Warehouse Indirect Source Rule (ISR)

On October 9, 2020, the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) held a Working Group Meeting for Proposed Rule 2305: Warehouse Indirect Source Rule (ISR). Under the proposed rule, owners and operators of warehouses of 100,000 square feet or greater to implement emission reduction measures. Affected facilities would be required to track and report … Continue reading SCAQMD Proposed Rule 2305: Warehouse Indirect Source Rule (ISR)