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Consuming and sharing relevant and timely industry updates is pivotal to your success meeting customer goals and staying aprised of technology and trends in buildings today. And it's key to our success as a partner in your work.  Find below a sampling of the latest spotlight resources and training for you to simplify professional development, in a meaningful way.



Get Smart K-12 Conversation Series

Spotlight on Wellsphere

As millions of students start heading back to the classroom, school leaders want to know they are taking the right steps to maintain the comfort and health of their learning environments – and Engineers can be there as a trusted advisor to provide expertise and support in the decision making process. 

Equip yourself with the latest insights on school design considerations, healthier and more efficient school investments, and more in the new Get Smart Series. 

Learn more about topics covered or register for upcoming sessions.

Engineers Newsletter Live

Spotlight on Training

Q3 ENL: Air Cleaning Technologies for Indoor Air Quality 

The COVID-19 pandemic has renewed focus on indoor environmental quality (IEQ), air quality, and air cleaning technologies. This ENL will provide an overview of the components of IEQ with a focus on air quality. A review of common air cleaning technologies will be presented, with emphasis on viral mitigation. Review the available session times and register today!

Live sessions have expired | OnDemand will be available soon

Engineered Systems 10/28 Webinar

Spotlight on Training

WEBINAR: Importance of Pre-Engineered Control Systems for Complex Designs 

HVAC system design requirements are constantly changing, and customers are pushing consulting engineers to address evolving challenges like IAQ and increased efficiency. On top of these customer requirements, consulting engineers need to adhere to building codes and utilize industry guidelines (e.g. ASHRAE Guideline 36) in their designs. Pre-engineered control applications, like those built into Tracer building automation systems, account for efficiency, IAQ, building codes and more right out of the box. Hosted in partnership with Engineered Systems

October 28th | 2PM EST

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Quarterly Innovation Release

Innovation Release

Q3 Innovation Release
Our Quarterly Innovation Release -- Q3 2021 -- connected building solutions provide seamless, unified building control, delivering meaningful data to optimize building performance, while practical, affordable electrification solutions help reduce environmental impact

Wellsphere surrounds you with a team of experts in indoor air quality, thermal comfort, acoustics and lighting to help you evaluate and select the right solutions to provide the biggest benefit to occupants and the biggest return for your client's business. We also support you with the tools and resources to take your IEQ knowledge to the next level.

From Components to Systems

Commercial buildings enhanced; costs reduced
  • Best-in-class energy efficiency
    • Systemic reduction of energy waste and intensity    
    • Coordinated and adaptive BAS enhanced with a focused energy procurement strategy
  • Next generation, low-GWP refrigerants    
  • Practical and affordable electrification
  • Maximum comfort, always reliable

Next-Generation Refrigerants

Environmental responsibility meets HVAC innovation

The EcoWise® portfolio of products allow you to design lower environmental impact systems while simultaneously addressing your customer’s climate commitments and efficiency goals. Choose the best refrigerant for each application based on a balance of:

  • Safety (toxicity, flammability, asphyxiation and physical hazards)
  • Environmental impacts (lowest GHG emissions)
  • Total cost of ownership (energy efficiency of the entire system)