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installment 3 – on the effects of face masks, distance and building hvac systems in the spread of infectious aerosols

CONTINUE THE JOURNEY WITH SAM SPU:  SAM AND HENRY TRY TO FIGURE IT OUT . . . .  INSTALLMENT 3 An architectural engineering take on HVAC design factors that influence the spread of COVID 19 through infectious aerosol containing corona virus within buildings. The presentation is 10 images involving simple graphics and concepts. Sam Spu 8-8-2020 Installation 3 Only Final 08-14-2020

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Banner University Medical Center, Tucson, AZ Wins Best Health Care Project

ENR Southwest has announced its 2020 Best Project Winners and has awarded Banner University Medical Center Tucson Best Health Care Project!  The new 9-story clinical tower for the region’s only academic medical center replaces an aging portion of the existing hospital, updating and expanding operating rooms and elevating the patient experience with all-private patient rooms. The tower includes 248 private inpatient beds and 24 operating rooms as well as a…

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William I. Nelson, PE, ASHRAE Leadership Voices – Interview Series

William “Bill” I. Nelson PE, Mechanical Engineer, Emeritus, GLHN Architects & Engineers, Inc. interview for The Tucson ASHRAE Chapter on The HVAC industry in Southern Arizona from 1970 to 2020. Bill is characterized by his exemplary contributions to the engineering profession.  His 50-year career experience spanned a multitude of infrastructure and building projects. In these videos, Bill begins by sharing working at the first architecture and engineering design firms in…

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Opportunity for Community Service – Helping in Sad Times

GLHN’s Rob Lamb, COO, received a call Saturday night from Elaine Becherer, Chief of Staff for Tucson Mayor Regina Romero, with a request for help.  The City was expecting additional unrest and damage from protesters in downtown overnight and was assembling a clean-up crew for Sunday morning.  Rob reached out to staff and coordinated GLHN’s support.  More than 70 volunteers showed up from a number of local architecture and construction…

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