- Nourriture Été
“Fall Plowing” 1931 / Grant Wood
Overview of codes and standards relevant to the food service enterprises in K-12 schools, college and university student housing, athletic venues and university-affiliated healthcare systems.
Whatever anyone wants to talk about.
- Building “Backup” Electric Power Systems
You are welcomed to join our review of backup power systems (customer-level). Although the term “backup” is not used in the codes and standards that govern electrical power safety and reliability, “backup” is a term of art widely used in design and field practice. Use the login credentials at the upper right of our home page.
“Lady Astor playing golf at North Berwick” 2015 John Lavery
An overview of public commenting opportunities on proposed standards for sports and recreation equipment and athletic facilities. Send email to email@example.com for access to the agenda.
“He who does not speak foreign languages
knows nothing about his own.“
— Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
We a little time every other month with an inquiry into changes in the (meaning of) definitions at the foundation of best practice literature; frequently the subject of sporty debate among experts writing codes and standards for the built environment of education communities.
In the United Kingdom, National Poetry Month is celebrated in October, and it is known as “National Poetry Day” which has been observed since 1994. It is an initiative of the Forward Arts Foundation, which aims to encourage people to read, write and perform poetry.
Other countries also have their own poetry celebrations, such as World Poetry Day, which is observed annually on March 21 by UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) to promote the reading, writing, and teaching of poetry worldwide.
We use a Tamil mnemonic because Tamil is the oldest surviving language and remains the spoken language of 80-odd million people of South Asia.
Overview of transportation standards relevant to large research university campuses — from micro-mobility to parking. Send firstname.lastname@example.org an email requesting an agenda.
- Infotech 100
Today at 11 AM/ET we update our understanding of best practice literature relevant to the information and communication technology enterprises in education communities. Our online meetings coincides with the day of two IEEE Education & Healthcare Facilities Committee teleconferences at 14:00 Central European time and 2:00 PM Eastern time in the Americas. Starting 2023 we have begun to break down our coverage of information and communication technology embedded in campus buildings into four modules – Infotech 100, 200, 300 and Infotech 400.
Open to everyone. Use the login credentials at the upper right of our home page.
- Water 200
Today we review the literature informing building construction metalwork; including metalworks research laboratories and fine art studios. Click in with the login in credentials at the upper right of our home page.
- Bucolia 100
“September Morn” | Paul Émile Chabas
Review of development in safety and sustainability best practice catalogs for education community outdoor environment.
- Accreditation 100
Today we examine standards-setting activity of non-profit trade associations that set academic standards; with specific interest in how these organizations reference other organizations that set standards for the built environment.
- Illumination 100
Illumination technologies have had a pattern of consuming about 35 percent of building electrical energy use. That number has been pressed downward with the expanded application of LED luminaires and occupant responsive controls; much of the transformation hastened by IEEE and ASHRAE consensus title catalog.
Today we run through the development status of these products with specific interest in exterior illumination best practice. This topic also is covered in the 4 time monthly meetings of the IEEE Education & Healthcare Facilities Committee.
“Parable of the Rich Fool” 1627 Rembrandt
Today we run a status check on public consultations released by ANSI-accredited and finance industry consortia whose involvement affects the cost of US education communities. Ahead of quarterly county elections we examine a few tax-free bond referenda on ballots across the US for insight into the money flow through education communities.
What is Financial Technology?
“Der Alchemist” 1908 / Max Fuhrmann
Status check on standards action that guide laboratory safety and sustainability in all building disciplines. There are about ten standards developers in this space and they do not all move in a coordinated manner among themselves; much less from state-to-state. Anyone is welcomed to join this teleconference with the login information below. For an agenda, please join our mailing list.
- Special Events
University of Southern California
An overview of the IEEE, NEMA, NFPA, IES, ICC, ESTA and other consensus documents that set the standard of care for special event facilities and venues.