From the monthly archives: August 2018

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How to Design a More Comfortable and Efficient Building Ventilation System

The purpose of ventilation is to exhaust pollutants from a building as well as provide clean, fresh air from the outside. Whether the air is entering or exiting the building, it has to pass through a filtering system to minimize or eliminate pollutants and harmful airborne substance.

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From Brand-New to Breakthrough, Rob Pushes Innovation

Rob Lowe joined LKPB Engineers, Inc. as an associate and mechanical project manager back in May 2018 with more than 32 years of experience in the design of plumbing, fire protection, and HVAC systems.

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How Building Commissioning Could Save Your Property

If you’re getting ready to launch a new construction project in Minneapolis, building commissioning may ensure that you have met all systems and structural requirement. LKPB Engineers can help you with our building commissioning service.

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Emily is Making Big Moves!

Emily joins LKPB Engineers, Inc. as an Electrical Designer with a variety of project types and sizes from her extensive background – from elementary education charter school remodels to the Expo 2017 campus in Astana, Kazakhstan. Emily graduated from the Milwaukee School of Engineering as Valedictorian in the Fall of 2009. She earned her Engineer in Training Certification while attending her University. Emily has built her career in the Midwest, spending time in Milwaukee, Chicago, and Minneapolis.

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4 Things to Consider in a Building Pre-Design Phase of Building Construction

The pre-design phase of construction sets the agenda for every other stage in your construction project. Putting together all the components of your building requires absolute precision and forethought.

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LKPB joins IMEG! See details here.