Still in Production 15 Years Later - EES Implements QBMS System for Eli Lilly

Posted by EES on Oct 7, 2021 2:15:57 PM

EES was selected as the technical resource and project supervisor on a QBMS system at Eli Lilly’s modular pharmaceutical manufacturing facility in Indianapolis, Indiana. The system is still in use more than 15 years later.

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Topics: Eli Lilly, QBMS

Using Ammonia as a Refrigerant to Save Money and Stop Global Warming

Posted by EES on Sep 28, 2021 10:55:28 AM

With today’s focus on protecting the environment, building owners should consider replacing traditional synthetic refrigerants with ammonia-based systems to save on utilities and protect the planet.

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Topics: building controls, PROCOS, bms, ammonia

EES’ Top Three Cybersecurity Tools to Protect Your Network from Attack

Posted by Daniel F Luna, P. E. on Jul 9, 2021 11:50:18 AM

With today’s ubiquitous device connectivity, protecting your building management and transportation system operations from cybersecurity attacks is imperative. Sophisticated criminals have developed the means to shut down and disrupt operations from anywhere in the world. Vice President of Engineering Dan Luna shares tips and three tools to maintain the security of your system.

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Topics: dan luna, firewalls, cybersecurity, network monitoring

CSIA Interviews Founder Pat Miller

Posted by EES on Jun 14, 2021 3:06:41 PM

EES’ Founder and CEO Pat Miller was featured in a CSIA Talking Industrial Automation podcast by host Lisa Richter. With his usual wit and wisdom, Pat shares the origin story of EES and entertains listeners along the way.

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Topics: pat miller, green building, csia

President Bruce Marson Celebrates 30 Years with EES

Posted by Bruce Marson on Jun 4, 2021 6:16:09 AM

Tuesday, June 1, 2021, I began my 30th year with EES, actually longer if you count my part time work. As I reflect back I asked myself how this journey began...

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Topics: Bruce Marson

EES Delivers State-of-the-Art Green Building Management System to New Jersey Luxury Oceanfront Development Pier Village

Posted by EES on May 18, 2021 12:00:00 AM

Engineered Energy Solutions shares details of the recent design and installation of energy efficient HVAC systems for newly-completed oceanfront residential and dining destination Pier Village, located in Long Branch, close to New York City on New Jersey’s Atlantic Coast.

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Topics: building controls, energy control systems, VRF, green building

Will ‘Green Building’ Variable Refrigerant Flow HVAC Systems Replace Conventional Building Management Systems?

Posted by EES on Apr 19, 2021 10:46:09 AM

With the added control provided by a VRF system, there are many advantages over conventional air handling systems, including energy savings and a low total cost of ownership.

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Topics: building controls, sustainability, VRF, green building

EES Installs State-of-the-Art Green Building HVAC Systems at Pier Village, New Jersey’s Premier Oceanfront Luxury Residences

Posted by Peter Moskal on Feb 25, 2021 12:45:36 PM

For the past 2 ½ years, engineers at EES have been working to install state-of-the-art HVAC systems into new residential and retail master-planned community Pier Village in the iconic shore community of Long Branch, NJ.

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Topics: Extell, VRF, Pete Moskal

EES Helps Clients Achieve Greater Profitability Through “Brains & Brawn” Collaboration

Posted by Pat Miller on Feb 8, 2021 8:41:00 AM

Amid pandemic travel restrictions, EES partners with regional system integrators to achieve energy savings for clients across the U.S.

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Topics: energy control systems, sustainability, brains & brawn, pat miller

Mitigating Coronavirus and Other Airborne Pathogens in HVAC Systems

Posted by Bruce Marson on Jan 13, 2021 1:13:19 PM

As the pandemic continues to wreak devastation, companies are searching for ways to ensure workers’ safety on the job. EES’ up-to-date expertise with building management systems has been put to good use in creating safer indoor working environments.

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Topics: air handling systems, COVID, remediation