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  • Ædificare
    All day
    2022.11.01

     

    “Etude pour les constructeurs” 1950 Fernand Leger

    We follow the construction spend rate of the US education industry; using the US Census Bureau Construction Spending figures released the first day of every month.  We encourage our colleagues in the education facilities industry to respond to Census Bureau-retained data gathering contractors in order to contribute to the accuracy of the report.

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  • Hammurabi
    11:00 -12:00
    2022.11.08

    Today we examine a few time-sensitive public consultations released by incumbent building code developers and state agencies that adopt these codes whole cloth or with amendments.  Use the login credentials at the upper right of our home page.

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  • Hello World!
    11:00 -12:00
    2022.11.09

    Today we explain our collaboration with other like-minded units in education communities in the US and other nations.  In most cases we conform to participation requirements set by ANSI US Technical Advisory Groups but we also have liaison with other universities in the European Union who conform to the participation requirements of their own national standards bodies.

    Use the login credentials at the upper right of our home page.  Because a great deal of content is copyright protected by the ISO, IEC and the ITU, please contact bella@standardsmichigan.com for an advance agenda.

     

     

    https://standardsmichigan.com/standing-agenda-international-standards/

     

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  • Recycling
    11:00 -12:00
    2022.11.10

    The Impact of E-Waste / Student Art Guide

    Certain requirements must be met for recycling to be economically feasible and environmentally effective. These include an adequate source of recyclates, a system to extract those recyclates from the waste stream, a nearby factory capable of reprocessing the recyclates, and a potential demand for the recycled products. These last two requirements are often overlooked—without both an industrial market for production using the collected materials and a consumer market for the manufactured goods, recycling is incomplete and in fact only “collection”.

    Today at 11 AM/E we examine the state of best practice literature – including government regulations — that apply to education communities.

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  • Power
    10:00 -11:00
    2022.11.15

    Today we run a status check on best practice in electrical power system design, construction, operations and maintenance that support the learning, research and medical clinical delivery enterprises in education communities.

    Our colloquia on this topic coincide with the two monthly IEEE Education & Healthcare Facilities Committee teleconferences at 14:00 Central European time and 2:00 PM Eastern time in the Americas.

     

     

     

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  • Water
    11:00 -12:00
    2022.11.16


    Monthly walk-through of best practice literature for water resources in education communities.  Use the login credentials at the upper right of our home page.

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  • Mobility
    11:00 -12:00
    2022.11.17

    Overview of transportation standards relevant to large research university campuses — from micro-mobility to parking.  Send bella@standardsmichigan.com an email requesting an agenda.

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  • Cold
    11:00 -12:00
    2022.11.22

    “Snow at Argenteuil” | Claude Monet (1875)

    Status check of best practice titles covering the management of education communities during the coldest months.

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  • Cloud
    11:00 -12:00
    2022.11.23

    International Electrotechnical Commission

    Today we review live public consultation notices from cloud technology standards-setting organizations with an eye toward minimizing cost.

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  • Fine Arts
    11:00 -12:00
    2022.11.25

    Today at 15:00 UTC we drill into the technical specifics that contribute to the safety and sustainability of spaces used for the teaching, practice and display of the fine arts.  These occupancies are typically at greater risk than classrooms because they usually contain volatile fluids for artistic painting or biologic specimen preservation, kilns for pottery, fabrics and related machinery for teaching fashion design and practice.  

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  • Leviathan
    11:00 -12:00
    2022.11.28

    117th Congress Swearing In Floor Proceedings – January 3, 2021, House Chamber

    Today we run a status check on ANSI-accredited consensus, open-source and consortia consensus products incorporated by reference into federal regulations of the real assets of the US education industry.  Send a request to bella@standardsmichigan.com for an advance agenda.

    https://standardsmichigan.com/standing-agenda-federal-state-regulations/

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  • FinTech
    11:00 -12:00
    2022.11.30

    “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?

     

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