Inside Plumbing Systems & Design
Mar Apr 2007
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- Variable Speed Versus Constant Speed
David Carrier and Ryan B. Stickney
In this two-part article, the authors explain why and how variable-speed pressure control technology may be very cost-effective in some plumbing system applications. Part 1 delves into the technology behind variable-speed systems, and Part 2 provides a path to quantifying energy savings for clients.
- Case Study-The Challenges of Green Building CORTEX One: Half-empty or Half-full? A Lesson in Water Conservation
Paul Todd Merrill, PE, LEED AP, and
Steve Niehoff, CID, CIC, CLIA
By now, the idea of green building and its environmental advantages are well-known. But how many plumbing engineers have actually designed the plumbing systems for an entire building to earn LEED certification? The cover story authors did just that, and in this article, they explain what they discovered in the process.
- Dispute Resolution 101 for Plumbing Engineers
In our litigious era, surely there must be a better way to resolve business disputes than going to court? Luckily, there is, and in this article, our legal expert explains some of the most popular methods of dispute resolution.
- ASPE Report
From the President’s Pen
From the Executive’s Desk
ASPE Standards Committee Update
Highlights of the January 2007 ASPE Board of Directors Meeting
New ASPE Members