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Hog Dayz of May

Every year GLHN holds a Dog Dayz of May event where we grill up hot dogs and provide toppings of every flavor. This year, however, we were inspired to go a little further. Our Mechanical Engineering Department Manager Bill Koller brought his custom built smoker and Commissioning Agent Lee Masse supplied a wild caught hog to launch what has been dubbed GLHN’s first Hog Dayz of May. To complement the…

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The Future of Tucson on Display

What will our city look like in the year 2050?  Second Saturday, a weekly downtown Tucson event, hosted a lively evening of discussion and experiences with a focus on the future our downtown. Tucson 2050 promotes a vibrant community and livable environment without over using our precious water and energy resources. This visionary project is the work of eleven University of Arizona Bachelor of Architecture students and is sponsored by…

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Mechanical Engineering Department Promotions

GLHN is pleased to announce some exciting changes in our Mechanical Engineering Department.  Effective May 4th, Douglas Stingelin, PE, QCxP, LEED AP, has taken over the position of Director of Mechanical Engineering from Henry Johnstone.  Doug has been with the firm for 14 years and has led the development of an exceptional Commissioning team.  Henry will continue in his role as President of GLHN.  William Koller, PE has been promoted…

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Good Scout Awards Luncheon

The Construction Industry’s 19th Annual Good Scout Awards Luncheon was held on April 26th at the Tucson Convention Center to celebrate exemplary members of the community. This year the event honored Buck O’Rielly with a Lifetime Achievement Award, Shelene Taylor with a Distinguished Citizen Award and Fletcher McCusker with the Good Scout Award.  Cloriza Lomeli, Associate Director of Business Development for GLHN, was one of the committee members that worked…

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APPA to Form Arizona State Chapter

APPA, the International Association for Facilities Professionals, has recognized the need to bring its educational sessions, training and networking opportunities to the local level.  Chris Kopach, APPA President, is spearheading the formation of a new Arizona branch.  “One of my goals as APPA President is harnessing and transferring the knowledge of our senior leaders.  Facilities as a whole will be experiencing a large number of retirements over the next 10…

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Addressing Fluctuations in Campus Heating Requirements

The University of Arizona operates and maintains a campus steam production and distribution system serving over 130 buildings, with a generating capacity of over 320,000 lb/hr of saturated 100 psig steam. The campus is comprised of many building types and uses including a Level I trauma hospital, research laboratories, classroom/office buildings, large auditorium spaces, student housing, and NCAA Division I Sports complexes. Campus heating loads can fluctuate significantly over the…

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