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It’s easy to limit the discussion on hands-free to everyday examples, such as the faucet in an office kitchen or the toilet at the airport....more...

Back in 1985, when I first entered this industry, my then boss at JB&B, Richard Reilly, wrote a feature article for Plumbing Engineer titled, "High-Rise...more...

On April 16, NAECA went into effect. As Plumbing Engineer is wrapping up updates for that standard, we are also preparing

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By Jim Allen, CPD, LEED AP BD+C, Director of Plumbing Engineering, Jordan & Skala Engineers, Inc.

Balancing valves in recirculation systems does what Marsha Brady’s...more...

MaineGeneral Alfond Center for Health

Background: MaineGeneral Health was in triage mode, considering how best to deal with a hodgepodge of aging health care facilities. The...more...

Special to Plumbing Engineer from ThermOmegaTech

Many buildings require multiple branches off the hot water supply line. Water flows to the

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This year’s AHR Expo was round two for me. And, it was a knock out. I was able to step away from working social media...more...

In North America, we are lucky to have safe and easy access to treated water just by turning on the tap.

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While the concept of drainage may seem simple, taking water you don't want out of the way, the reality is that choosing the right drainage...more...

For facilities managers interested in reducing the operating costs of their buildings, it’s important to not overlook savings opportunities in the restroom. Factors ranging from...more...

Leading a company is a huge responsibility. But when your name is on the door — not to mention on hundreds of thousands of products...more...

By Steve Nudelman

The sub built a roof for a pool
He thought that it would be really cool
He signed a subcontract
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In the October issue of Plumbing Engineer, “Into the Code”

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The annual Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) kicks off the year for kitchen and bath designers,

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The $1.3 billion Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., is home to the NFL’s San Francisco 49ers and a model

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In the plumbing industry in the U.S., there is an increasing focus on water quality and waterborne pathogens. For public water

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It is a new year and, as is often the case, new years bring new standards, codes and regulations. A big

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As building systems become increasingly sophisticated, the demand for improved efficiency grows. Engineers and owners are always looking for ways to

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The 2015 AHR Expo will take place at McCormick Place in Chicago on January 26-28. The expo

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Most businesses can look back on 2014 as having been a pretty good year. After years of struggling to emerge from

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