Morrison Hershfield congratulates the City of Kimberley’s SunMine on being named as one of Canada’s Clean50 Top 15 Project Award winners.
In order to continue providing our clients with outstanding specialty Building Envelope Commissioning services, several Morrison Hershfield staff have received both their accreditation as Building Enclosure Commissioning Process Provider (BECxP), and Commissioning Authority + Building Enclosure Knowledge Requirements (CxA+BE) from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
The A/E/C industry is continuing to recognize the significant impact of the building envelope on the performance, durability, energy use, and sustainability of the building. As such, the principles of Commissioning are being applied to confirm the quality of the design and construction of the envelope.
Congratulations to Morrison Hershfield’s Dan Dahl for receiving the Committee Service Award, presented by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).
This presentation by Mission Critical Practice Lead Steven Shapiro, P.E. was given at Data Center World in April, 2015. It explains the need for mission critical commissioning for critical environment as well as what types of systems should be included in the process, how the process is conducted to ensure tangible results, how it should be reported, and ultimately how to interpret and utilize the information presented to their advantage.
“Most organizations still believe some very common myths about Tier Ratings and high availability data centers, and I’m looking forward to sharing our insight,” said Mr. Shapiro, who has over 26 years of experience in designing and commissioning of mission critical facilities. He is the author of numerous technical articles and seminars.