Tag Archives: utility infrastructure

Making Changes for Charging Electric Vehicles

by Matt Woo, P.E., RCDD, LEED AP BD+C This article is part of Wood Harbinger’s newsletter series. Electric vehicles  can be a great means of transportation which help reduce emissions on the environment, save fuel, and reduce maintenance costs. 

Posted in All Engagements, E-Newsletter | Also tagged , | Leave a comment

Do’s and Don’ts for a Design Accident Prevention Plan

by Joe Leysath, P.E., PSP, LEED AP This article is part of Wood Harbinger’s newsletter series. Engineering field work can be hazardous, especially when working around utility infrastructure like electrical generation and distribution equipment, piping with 200+ degree steam and condensate running through it, underground utility tunnels, or cramped mechanical rooms. Safety for all personnel […]

Posted in All Engagements, E-Newsletter | Also tagged , | Leave a comment

The Blackout Test: Coordinated Testing for Complicated Utility Infrastructure

by Shaun May, EIT, CEM This article is part of Wood Harbinger’s newsletter series. We spend the vast majority of our lives within the built environment. We put our trust in buildings, bridges, and utility infrastructure, and sometimes take for granted that they will safely meet our needs. It’s really only in times of emergency […]

Posted in All Engagements, E-Newsletter | Also tagged , | 1 Response