THE INFORMANT - December 2016

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Style, luxury, and opulence aren’t words you’d commonly associate with the construction process. However, when Outcome Construction Services (a wholly-owned subsidiary of Henderson Engineers) was hired to commission the historic Cartier Mansion on New York’s Fifth Avenue, they donned their shiniest hardhats and rolled out the red carpet for the jeweler to kings.

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Sacramento's new Golden 1 Center is making headlines for its innovation, world-class entertainment, and state-of-the-art facility. But do you know what gets us really excited? Under-seat air distribution systems. Hey, what can we say? We're engineers. Learn more about the revolutionary sustainable measures Henderson has helped the Golden 1 Center implement to become the first indoor sports venue to achieve LEED Platinum certification.

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Most people agree a well-balanced breakfast is the best way to start the day, and at Henderson’s 6th Annual Healthcare Symposium held Sept 14, the bacon and fruit-filled breakfast didn’t disappoint. 

Open to any healthcare partner in the Kansas City building community, this annual half-day conference covers the latest trends in healthcare design. This year’s topics included acoustics; transformation and space flexibility; radio frequency testing and emergency power supply; and recent code updates. The presentations were given by Jeff Teel, Seth Cavin, Jon Flann, Tracy Wagoner, and Mark Chrisman and provided continuing education credits to any participants. 

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As of the end of October, we can no longer register LEED 2009 projects; 
LEED v4 has fully arrived. Nick Casady and Robin Dukelow are here to discuss the changes as they relate to commissioning and engineering.

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Nine states have adopted energy code compliance using ASHRAE 90.1-2013 or an equivalent (via 2015 IECC); ASHRAE is simply easier to use (1)(2).  

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The engineering design and life safety programs we create here at Henderson Engineers are important, but if we can positively impact people and improve lives, that’s what really matters. So, we set out to do exactly that during our recent company discussion titled Diversity and Inclusion: What’s Your Story?

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