Posts Tagged: Technology

Brodie Marrow Promoted to Information Systems Manager at GHT

Arlington, VA (September 19, 2018) – GHT Limited (GHT), a leading DC metro area mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineering consulting firm, is pleased to announce the promotion of Brodie Marrow to Information Systems Manager. Since joining the firm thirteen years ago as a Desktop Support Technician, Brodie has been a valuable member of GHT’s […]

Is Your Building at Risk? | How to Prevent a Legionnaires’ Outbreak

Building owners and operators should be aware of recent changes regarding recommended measures to protect building water systems against Legionella contamination. Prior measures, largely focused on inhibiting biological growths within cooling towers may not suffice to protect building occupants from exposure to this dangerous infection-causing bacterium which can grow in any building water system. Though […]

Are You Ready for Electronic Permitting?

For permit submission, multiple jurisdictions in the Washington, DC metro area are transitioning from paper to digital drawing sets. Though there are many similarities in each jurisdiction’s requirements, there are differences in the details that architects and engineers must understand to be compliant. These details are summarized below for Washington, DC; Arlington County, VA; Montgomery […]

Join GHT at the World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC) Expo

Visit Us in Booth 359 GHT Limited (GHT), a leading DC metro area mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineering consulting firm, is excited to be an exhibitor at the 39th World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC) on September 21st and 22nd at DC’s Walter E. Washington Convention Center. We are looking forward to connecting with fellow […]

Earn AIA and GBCI Credits at GHT Educational Sessions

GHT offers six presentations that deliver AIA and GBCI continuing education credits: MEP Trends | Codes & Certification Programs: 1 AIA Learning Unit Implementing Controls in High Performance Commercial Interiors: 1 AIA Learning Unit Changes to the DC Construction Codes: Energy Conservation and Green Construction Codes: 1 AIA Learning Unit and 1 GBCI CE Hour […]

2016 Washington Building Congress (WBC) Craftsmanship Award Winners Include Three GHT Projects

Arlington, VA (March 18, 2016) – GHT Limited (GHT), a leading DC metro area mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) engineering consulting firm, is pleased to announce that three of its projects were recognized in the 2016 Washington Building Congress (WBC) Craftsmanship Awards. The awards included: Recognition in the Electrical: Telecommunications Systems and Facilities Category and […]

Notes from the World Energy Engineering Conference

This year’s World Energy Engineering Conference (WEEC) provided a comprehensive look at building energy management and optimization. There was an equal emphasis on the trends and technologies that drive efficiency and the economic and legislative developments that impact decision making. Below, our Building Energy Services team summarizes a few of the most noteworthy topics discussed […]

Prepare Your Buildings for Colder Weather Now

Whether or not this coming winter will be as severe as last year’s, preparations for wintertime should begin well before colder temperatures set in. Building Owners, Operators, and Architects can all play a role in protecting buildings from cold weather. There are a number of common sense, standard preventive measures typically employed by most facility […]

Energy Management Strategies Can Help Reduce the Impact of Rising Electricity Costs

As electricity costs continue to rise, building owners and operators – and tenants with triple net leases – must keep a constant eye on energy use. To help you manage your efforts, consider the following recommendations for spot-checks you can implement right away, as well as strategies for long-term energy efficiency. Start Now Tenant Check-In […]

Are You Ready for ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager Upgrades?

Portfolio Manager, the ENERGY STAR® benchmarking tool for buildings, is scheduled to undergo a significant upgrade this summer. Users will see improvements to usability and performance once implementation is complete in mid-July 2013. New features will include tabbed navigation that will allow users to quickly move between the portfolio and property levels; an intuitive Add […]

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