|May 13, 2008|
Underfloor-Air-Distribution Design Concepts
The Return of Johnny Tundra, Another Engineering Whodunit From the Frozen North
"I have a feeling your cooling problem isn't in your unit ventilator; it's in your machine room!"--Johnny Tundra
Troubleshooting MEP systems in cold climates can be an urgent matter. Fortunately, there are engineers such as Johnny Tundra roving the northern-tier states and tackling the flintiest of facility problems. Join Johnny through his travels in wintertime Montana, and match wits with him as he looks to keep the frozen northland outside, where it belongs...MORE
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We have all heard the famous adage, "Form follows function." It is a basic tenet of designing a successful building or facility.
Such is the case for aquatic centers, too. Environmental conditions within these facilities are unlike those found in most large buildings and structures. Major differences that affect the indoor environment include the vast amount of exposed and treated water in pools, the airflow and humidity levels within the facilities, and the rigorous activities that are conducted within them. Understanding how these factors affect your facility and knowing how to design for their impact directly affect the longevity and long-term success of your natatorium.
Join a special Webcast presented by John McIlhargy, director of the Facility Development Department for USA Swimming, along with Harry Milliken III, Northeast regional sales manager for Desert Aire, as they discuss these important issues and provide practical solutions to help you develop and maintain a successful aquatic center. To learn more about our presenters, click here.
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