Engineering News Ohlone College Academic Core Wins AIA SV Design AwardOctober 28, 2020Ohlone College received a Design Award for its Academic Core from the American Institute of Architect (AIA) Silicon Valley.CannonDesign Wins Two St. Louis Chapter ASHRAE Technology AwardsOctober 28, 2020Thanks to ASHRAE for this recognition.The Daily Record Awards Towson University’s New Science Complex as Project of the YearOctober 12, 2020Towson University is expected to be complete in 2021.Don’t Make Electrical Rooms an Afterthought: James Lessard to Present at CFE Media’s Virtual Training WeekOctober 1, 2020Vermont Agriculture & Environmental Laboratory Wins AIA New England Design AwardOctober 1, 2020The Vermont Agricultural & Environmental Laboratory is a testament to the researchers who provide services that benefit the health and wellbeing of Vermont residents.Jocelyn Wildman Named Office Electrical Discipline LeaderSeptember 17, 2020Jocelyn Wildman lives for unique design challenges that offer opportunities to find the perfect synergy between architecture and engineering systems.Design Solutions for Aging Mid-Century LaboratoriesAugust 28, 2020Is it wiser to renovate these existing structures or completely rebuild?Meghan Quinn, PE, Joins CannonDeisgn as Office Practice Leader, Vice PresidentAugust 21, 2020Meghan comes to us with over 15 years of diverse professional engineering design and consulting experience, combining strong technical, business and communications skills.ENR New England Recognizes Boston College, Central Heating Plant Upgrade & Expansion as a Best Project WinnerJuly 31, 2020Boston College, Central Heating Plant Upgrade & Expansion was recognized as the Best Project winner in the Energy/Industrial category.Architectural Record: How Texas Hospitals Are Responding to COVID SurgeJuly 29, 2020A look at how Texas health systems are evolving engineering systems and design responses during the pandemic.CannonDesign Lighting Studio Widely Recognized in Illuminating Engineering Society Awards ProgramJuly 15, 2020The Lighting Studio received multiple local and national awards in the IES program.CannonDesign Wins Two Structural Engineering AwardsJune 25, 2020The University of Maryland Cole Field House reconstruction and the Richard J. Daley College pedestrian bridge were selected to receive Excellence in Structural Engineering Awards from SEAoI.Keith Hammelman to Present Strategies on Safely Re-Opening SchoolsJune 12, 2020Engineering Principal Keith Hammelman to present an ASHRAE course on HVAC strategies to consider when opening up schools in the wake of COVID-19.Baltimore Office’s Second Annual Designer for a Day Event Goes VirtualJune 9, 2020Making the best out of a tough situation, our Baltimore office hosted a virtual Designer for a Day so students could still participate.Engineering Considerations for Your Return to WorkMay 22, 2020How Do We Safely Return to Schools? Building Engineers are Helping Inform that DiscussionMay 21, 2020Building engineers are working together to ensure facility managers have a comprehensive understanding of the many considerations related to HVAC.Designing Tornado Safe Schools that Don’t Feel Like BunkersMay 4, 2020Tornadoes can be scary, but tornado-resistant schools don’t need to be.5 Valuable Questions Building Engineers Will Be Asking Moving ForwardApril 29, 2020Our mechanical engineering discipline leader, Keith Hammelman, shares some of the questions on his mind as we navigate this unprecedented time together.Brett Farbstein Discusses the Importance of CommissioningFebruary 21, 2020Our Commissioning leader shares insight about this important discipline in celebration of Engineers Week.Technology Solutions Leader Sal Bonetto Discusses Automation and 5GFebruary 21, 2020We ask Sal Bonetto the latest he's seeing in the technology field.Plumbing Engineering Leader Don Rosen Talks Clean Water Availability and Future System DesignFebruary 21, 2020Don explores trends in water availability and why plumbing design is so important.John Roach Featured on The Structural Engineering PodcastFebruary 20, 2020John talks about working at an integrated design firm and what it means to be a structural engineer at CannonDesign.Celebrating “Introduce a Girl to STEM Day”February 20, 2020Addressing the gender imbalance of women in STEM fields is of utmost importance for us all to succeed.Electrical Engineering Leader James Lessard Discusses the Future of AI and Renewable EnergyFebruary 20, 2020Our electrical engineering discipline leader discusses AI and a push toward renewable energy resources.How to Reduce Our Energy Consumption with Mechanical Engineering Leader Keith HammelmanFebruary 19, 2020Keith Hammelman discusses engineers' responsibility to reduce energy consumption and how to better use BIM in their design efforts.Lighting Studio Leader Sara Schonour Illuminates the Latest Trends In Her FieldFebruary 18, 2020Sara Schonour shares her thoughts on where the Lighting Studio is headed in 2020 and beyond.What’s In Store for the Structural Engineering Discipline with Brian AlesiusFebruary 17, 2020Brian discusses how the practice has evolved and how they are stepping into the future.CannonDesign Participating Extensively at the 2020 ASHRAE Winter ConferenceJanuary 23, 2020We're excited to be leading the conversation at ASHRAE.Ray Schultz Promoted to Office Engineering Leader for Buffalo, Pittsburgh and DenverDecember 19, 2019Ray has been with CannonDesign for over 25 years.James Lessard, PE, Promoted to Electrical Discipline LeaderDecember 10, 2019James will lead a team of over 50 electrical engineers throughout the firm.Froedtert and Medical College of Wisconsin Integrated Procedural Platform Awarded Best Project of 2019December 6, 2019This one model platform aims to increase efficiency and allow for real-time status updates.We Live, We Learn, We Lead: Recap of the SWE 19 ConferenceNovember 22, 2019"I cannot emphasize enough the importance of having allies in our male colleagues," says Charlotte Sauer.Keith Hammelman to Participate in Panel at 2019 Joint Annual ConferenceNovember 21, 2019Scientific American: A Revolution in the Creation of Scientific WorkplacesNovember 18, 2019Researchers today are demanding more out of their work environment as the scientific culture shifts toward "convergent research."How Integrated Project Delivery and Virtual Design and Construction Can Lead to Project SuccessOctober 30, 2019Joe Scott to Present at National Plumbing Engineers SymposiumOctober 24, 2019Joe will discuss hot water system design for code compliance at the 2019 ASPE TechSymposiumJoe Scott to Present at Legionella Conference 2019September 11, 2019St. Louis Engineers Share Insights into John’s Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory on Engineering Tomorrow PodcastAugust 26, 2019Three CannonDesign St. Louis engineers discuss the intricacies of designing a state-of-the-art laboratory for some of the nation's top scientists.Matthew Dates Promoted to Buffalo Office Business Practice LeaderJuly 10, 2019CannonDesign Promotes Two from Within to Co-Lead Engineering PracticeJune 3, 2019Rob Garra and Paul Kondrat promoted to co-directors of the firm's engineering practice.The Evolution of Architecture: Our DC Office Weighs InApril 30, 2019Architecture is always evolving to keep in step with society. Roland Lemke, a principal in our DC office, is approaching his 30th year in the industry....CannonDesign Wins ASHRAE St. Louis Award for Maryland Heights Community CenterApril 25, 2019Our work with the Maryland Heights Community Center has been awarded an ASHRAE St. Louis award.CannonDesign Leads Talks on Future Scientific Workplaces, Sustainable Design at Laboratory Design ConferenceApril 22, 2019Many CannonDesign team members will be leading and participating in important presentations and conversations at the 2019 Laboratory Design Conference.Creating a Laboratory to Support an Entire State: Vermont Agriculture & Environmental Laboratory OpensMarch 11, 2019Combining Research, Medicine and Athletics to Create New Translational ModelsMarch 8, 2019Designing for Our National LaboratoriesMarch 6, 2019CannonDesign has a long and proud history of designing many of our national laboratories around the country. These facilities require an immense amount of expertise, attention...A New Destination for the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs and Innovators Takes ShapeFebruary 25, 2019SUNY ETEC recently celebrated its topping out ceremony, marking a significant milestone in the project.Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Building 201 Celebrates Topping OutFebruary 7, 2019The team from Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Building 201 recently celebrated the topping out ceremony – reaching a significant milestone in the design...Five Things to Know About Bayhealth Hospital, Sussex CampusFebruary 6, 2019Rob Garra Shares Insight on Designing Lighting Systems and Lighting ControlsJanuary 7, 2019Lighting designers must consider many factors when specifying lighting systems and lighting controls for their designs. In this article, Rob shares his thoughts on how designers can effectively design and plan efficient lighting systems.