Speeding Up the Fan Experience with 5G

July 18, 2019

5G — the fifth generation of cellular network technology — is expected to provide ultra-fast download and upload speeds beyond that of the current 4G LTE networks, making latency and buffering a thing of the …

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eSports: Coming to a Venue Near You

July 17, 2019

While many are questioning the emergence of eSports, the highly-competitive pastime is blazing its way as the next athletics phenomenon, and it’s changing venue design along the way. In the early 2000s, the introduction of …

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Stack Effect: Why It Was So Difficult To Stay Warm This Winter

May 14, 2019

Extreme cold spells across the country this winter made it difficult for many buildings to maintain comfortable temperatures. Many street-level tenants of high-rise buildings found it nearly impossible to keep occupants warm despite having thermostats …

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Turning Down The Sound on Environmental Noise

April 24, 2019

The impact of environmental noise like construction, traffic, and even weather is an important, though often forgotten, part of the design process. At Henderson Engineers, we have a team of dedicated acoustics professionals who recognize …

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How A New Definition of Convenience is Changing Retail

April 9, 2019

It’s no secret that today’s successful retail brands have evolved; and that evolution has a lot to do with consumer’s definition of convenience. From the earliest examples of bazaars and town squares, to super stores …

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Understanding FGI: Improve your patient experience with better acoustics

April 9, 2019

Patient-centered healthcare means focusing on the factors that affect the patient’s experience in addition to their health. This metric is measured at the end of a hospital stay with the Hospital Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers …

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Spring Training: Maximizing Baseball Complex Functionality

March 28, 2019

Spring training is a nostalgic time of year for professional baseball fans. It’s synonymous with Arizona and Florida sunshine, unprecedented access to players and coaches, and the beginning of a quest for a World Series …

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What Matters Most in Your MedGas Replacement

March 20, 2019

Medical gas systems serve healthcare facilities by providing gases that are life-sustaining (oxygen), critical-use (medical air), or suction (vacuum) for patients. These systems are often centrally located and away from patients. If medical air compressors …

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Things You Want To Know About Sterile Processing

March 13, 2019

Sterile processing is one of the unsung heroes of a hospital. This space cannot be shut down so it’s rarely the focus of major construction until absolutely necessary. Its function is so critical that decades …

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What You Need to Know About Building Commissioning

March 7, 2019

Building commissioning has experienced a rise and fall in terms of reputation, understanding, and value. In the 80s and 90s, the introduction of computerized, direct digital controls (DDC), brought new complexities to the built environment …

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Comfort that Contributes to the Bottom Line

February 14, 2019

Airports Council International has reported that $38 billion is needed for capital improvements in terminal buildings within the United States. As these facilities continue to age, airports across the country are struggling to increase revenue …

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Understanding GFCI Nuisances

January 24, 2019

Since the expansion of the 2017 National Electrical Code (NEC) ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) requirements to include single-phase receptacles up to 50A and three-phase receptacles up to 100A, we’ve seen a trend of increased …

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