April 3, 2020 | Michael Neils
The rise in coronavirus cases in the U.S. puts additional pressure on healthcare systems to provide adequate space for critical patient care and treatment. With the potential for existing hospital beds to fill, government agencies, healthcare providers, and local communities are evaluating a variety of strategies to best allocate space for COVID-19 quarantine, treatment, and […]
November 5, 2018 | Stuart Lindsay
Recent studies show that light pollution shining from bridge and pathway lighting is impacting the salmon population. Young salmon, called salmonids, are attracted to the artificial light and as the salmonids gather around the lights they are exposed to natural predators. This can cause a disruption in the already waning salmon population in California. According […]
March 11, 2016 | Michael Neils
In an acute care hospital, essential services must be maintained 24 hours a day, seven days a week. So what happens when crucial electrical infrastructure – such as the hospital campus fire alarm system – must be replaced? Like most successful projects, a well-executed fire alarm upgrade begins with proper planning.