Air Quality: From Nice Touch to Necessity

Air Quality: From Nice Touch to Necessity

Mark Zoller, Paladin, Inc. When the pandemic made landfall in the U.S. in early 2020, what had been a casual interest in air quality became a full-blown concern for building owners everywhere. Whereas many had considered “fresh air” in terms of compliance with local...
GHG Emissions

GHG Emissions

This weekend, I sold out; finally caving to the siren song of human capacity, four-wheel drive and storage space.  For four years, I resisted the temptation to buy a large, fuel-guzzling SUV.  My husband and I have played human Tetris getting our five kids into my...
To-may-to. To-mah-to. Commissioning Professional. Consultant.

To-may-to. To-mah-to. Commissioning Professional. Consultant.

Aren’t They All the Same Thing?     In the old timey tune “Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off,” a couple finds understanding even though they can’t reconcile their pronunciations of simple words like tomato or potato. When it comes to getting a building designed...
Pushing the Envelope With Building Enclosure Commissioning

Pushing the Envelope With Building Enclosure Commissioning

An insider’s approach to simplifying the complex By David Burks, Paladin Engineers, Inc.       Construction in 2022 (both new facility and renovation) has changed remarkably in many respects.  Besides the economics of a project – impacted by supply...
Fudge

Fudge

In this holiday season, we are more thankful than ever for our clients, partners, vendors and friends. As we are beginning the holiday season, I wanted to share how much the team at Paladin appreciates you. Whether a partner to our business, a client or a friend, you...
Bringing Buildings To Life In 3D

Bringing Buildings To Life In 3D

By Zack Banta & Chad Riegle Paladin, Inc. As a couple of guys who essentially live in the virtual world, we have been amazed (and pleased) to see some traditional construction management firms dive headlong into the benefits of scanning technology. All it took was...