Posted by | September 29, 2020
Retro-Commissioning: A Facility Tune-Up That Pays for Itself

By: Mark Madorsky (President) Q: What does “retro-commissioning” mean? A: In the context of LEAF’s proven energy efficiency program, retro-commissioning means tuning up an existing building’s HVAC and lighting controls...

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Posted by | July 14, 2020
Back to School Basics: Best Practices for HVAC System Start-Up Procedures

LEAF Engineers has developed this checklist as a document to provide operations, and maintenance strategies to help in the fight against COVID-19 and other respiratory infections and offer practical application...

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Posted by | May 6, 2020
Building Well Whitepaper

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, as the normalcy of daily life has been upended, it is safe to expect that even when social activity resumes, "normal" experiences and...

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Posted by | April 16, 2020
Local Gifted and Talented Seniors Have Opportunity to Shine

As the global Coronavirus pandemic cancels so many year-end milestones and celebrations for students across the country, Fort Bend ISD is proud to announce that seniors enrolled in the Gifted...

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Posted by | October 2, 2019
Conroe ISD’s Next School Will Be Solar Powered

In a first for the Conroe Independent School District, Stockton Junior High School will feature two solar panel fields that will be used to energize the building when it opens...

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Posted by | July 1, 2019
Model Behavior: Why Energy Modeling Is an Integral Part of the Design Process

Energy modeling software has improved continually since it was first developed more than 30 years ago. As building mechanical and electrical systems become more complex, teams can better analyze them...

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Posted by | September 1, 2018
Zeroing In

Excerpt from Civil Engineering Magazine The idea of designing buildings that generate as much energy as they use goes by many names. “Whether people are talking about net zero, zero...

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