Adventures of Johnny Tundra, Cold-Weather Engineer
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When Ron Wilkinson became a commissioning authority, most commissioning case studies focused on problems of moisture incursion in air-conditioned buildings in hot and humid climates. Ron wanted to call attention to cold-weather problems in Northern Tier states and do it in a way “that was fun and that described the American ‘can-do’ attitude in the context of actual engineering problems.” The result: a series of mystery/adventure stories starring the “troubleshooter from Big Timber,” Johnny Tundra.
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Despite a new roof, new attic insulation, and a new boiler, energy consumption at Fish & Wildlife Region 9 headquarters has skyrocketed. Facility Manager Virgil “Eggshell” Coggeshell is about to crack. Luckily for him, his old pal Johnny Tundra is...