How utility bill data creates a reliable foundation for accurate energy savings. Energy efficiency projects are filled with data; facility operations, occupant behavior, equipment specifications, and utility billing data. Utility billing data forms the baseline for any energy efficiency project. The utility analysis serves as a reliable baseline throughout the project lifecycle. There are four …Read More
Wendel was excited to have the opportunity to participate in Earth Day cleanups this year in 4 of our office locations: Buffalo, NY, Alexandria, VA, Richmond, VA and Minneapolis, MN! Watch the video below to take a look at our events in Buffalo and Virginia.
Wendel is pleased to announce that members of their project management team have obtained their Project Management Professional (PMP) certifications from the Project Management Institute. The PMP is the most widely industry-recognized certification for project managers worldwide. Wendel’s decision to elevate its team to this next level was based on their ongoing commitment to quality and career development initiative.
“Our push to have more certified Project Management Professionals is twofold. First, we think it will make our folks better project managers. This will benefit everyone including the client and the firm. Second, we want it to be obvious to our clients the priority we place on doing project management right! We are not only technical and subject matter experts but also experts in project delivery!” – Stewart Haney, CEO
Recent PMP certification recipients from Wendel include Christopher P. George PE, PMP Lindsay Brownschidle RA, PMP, Susan Sherwood, PMP Amanda Williams, PMP and Michael Galley, PMP. They look forward to sharing their expertise with their clients.
Early data center rack arrangements were often task based, where racks performing similar functions were located in close proximity to each other. There was little attention paid to where the rack inlets and discharges were placed; that is, there were no defined hot and cold aisles. When racks are arranged such that there is no defined hot and
cold aisle, the hot air being discharged from the racks mixes with the air entering nearby racks, thus raising the temperature. This condition has two negative impacts.
Click below for more information on how hot aisle configuration and containment saves energy.
Written by: Raymond Johnson, II, PE, LEED AP, Senior Associate Principal – Director of Mission Critical