Insights: Building Engineering
Staying ahead of the curve in the correctional security industry
Mead & Hunt is implementing innovative technologies into our work in correctional facilities focused on data-driven decision making.Read More
How do we maintain quality when everyone’s working remotely?
In these times of uncertainty, good QAQC remains as important as ever. We have the tools to execute our QAQC processes even when working from home.Read More
Do you really know what commissioning is?
ASHRAE Standard 202 defines commissioning as a process focused on “verifying and documenting that all of the commissioned systems and assemblies are planned, designed, installed, tested, operated, and maintained to meet the Owner’s Project Requirements.Read More
The world’s first 3D printed community: where technology and design collide
To get the most benefit from these new technologies, we must think outside the box and apply them to our existing processes and infrastructure in new ways.Read More
As a professional engineer, why serve on the boards of non-profits?
Volunteering on the board of non-profits allows us to widen our view as engineers so that we can use our abilities to better our world.Read More
Quality Assurance vs. Quality Control: what’s the difference?
Both quality assurance and quality control are a vital part of long-term project success, so knowing the differences between them is important.Read More
Mead & Hunt’s Climate Initiative
It is everyone’s responsibility to respond to climate change, because this will affect everybody—now and for generations to come. We are and will remain actively engaged in integrating climate change mitigation strategies into our planning, engineering, and architecture practice.Read More