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Building for the Future Part VI: 2018 IECC

Building for the Future Part VI: 2018 IECC “THE FUTURE depends on what you do TODAY.” - Mahatma Gandhi This timeless statement rings true both in our personal and professional lives. The choices we make, whether it be riding a bike to work instead of driving, repurposing building materials, or designing a more energy-efficient building…
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Building For The Future Part V: 2018 IECC Commissioning Requirements

Building for the Future Part V: 2018 IECC Commissioning Requirements In Part I, Part II, Part III, and Part IV of our Building for the Future blog posts we gave a general overview, building envelope, mechanical and electrical updates of the 2018 IECC. Now let’s move on to Commissioning (Cx), one of the most valuable,…
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Building for the Future Part IV: 2018 IECC Electrical System Updates

Building for the Future Part IV: 2018 IECC Electrical System Updates In Part I, Part II and Part III of our Building for the Future blog posts we gave a general overview, building envelope and mechanical updates of the 2018 IECC. Now it’s time to shed a little light on the 2018 IECC electrical system…
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Schemmer’s Project, The Forge, Receives Signature Award

Schemmer's project, The Forge (Odd Fellows Building) Restoration and Renovation, has received the Signature Project Award from the 2020 Main Street Iowa Awards. Main Street Iowa Awards Recognize Outstanding Achievements The Main Street Iowa Awards program recognizes the efforts of those who work day-in and day-out to revitalize Iowa’s downtown areas – the heart and…
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Building For the Future Part II: 2018 IECC Building Envelope Updates

Building For the Future Part II: 2018 IECC Building Envelope Updates In Part I of our Building for the Future blog post we gave an overview of the 2018 IECC update and long-term effects, estimated cost and energy savings Nebraska is expected to see. Now let’s dive in a little deeper to understand the 2018…
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Schemmer’s Macklin & Schicker Teach Electrical Engineering to OPS Students

Schemmer’s Macklin and Schicker Teach Electrical Engineering to OPS Students Schemmer’s Molly Macklin, AIA, K-12 Education Market Leader and Architect, and Kyle Schicker, Electrical Designer, engaged a group of Omaha Public Schools (OPS) King Science and Technology Magnet Center students in electrical engineering activities. The students built an electrical switch using: brass tacks, a paper…
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