plumbing design

Is It Better to Use Hot or Cold Water to Supply a Break Room Coffee Maker?

October 5, 2021
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Victoria Johnson, PE, a Plumbing Engineer with Bass, Nixon & Kennedy Engineers in Raleigh, North Carolina, recently polled our experts on ASPE Connect to find out if they used hot […]

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PHSKC Plumbing and Gas Program (AHJ) Collaborates with the Industry in an Unprecedented Approach

October 4, 2021
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ASPE’s Seattle Chapter and the industry collaborate to fix a decades-old permitting system in King County, Washington. by Michael Curtright, CPD For decades, the Public Health — Seattle & King […]

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What Is the Minimum Burial Depth When Running Sanitary Lines Under a Building Slab?

September 13, 2021
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Recently on the ASPE Connect Open Forum, Andrew Saggese, a Mechanical Engineer with Emtec Consulting Engineers in Ronkonkoma, New York, said that he gets conflicting information from plumbing contractors about […]

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Coordination Is Key to Helping Make the Right Design Choices for the Owner

August 23, 2021
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Design is the process of taking an action to meet specific requirements in our effort to provide a complete system. Regardless of the size of any given project, it consists […]

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Does an Aboveground Interceptor Have to Be Upstream of a Belowground Interceptor?

August 20, 2021
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Stephen Lucich, PE, CPD, an Engineer with Colvin Engineering Associates in Salt Lake City, is working on a retrofit project to renovate an existing space into a commercial kitchen. Due […]

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Registration Is Open for the Virtual “Updating the Hunter’s Curve Summit”

August 17, 2021
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Join us on November 4  from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CST for the virtual “The Water Demand Calculator: Updating the Hunter’s Curve Summit,” hosted by ASPE and IAPMO. The […]

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Key Considerations for Designing a Reliable and Cost-Effective Firestop System

August 11, 2021
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To keep projects on time, on budget, and protected, the engineer needs the right balance of quality and value. by Jim LeStage As the big-picture thinkers of any project, plumbing […]

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Plumbing Industry Supports Legislation that Will Improve Water Quality and Efficiency

August 6, 2021
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The IAPMO Group and Plumbing Manufacturers International (PMI) applaud the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee for advancing legislation this past week reauthorizing the National Institute of Standards and Technology […]

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Which Joining Method Is Best for Copper Piping for Domestic Water Distribution?

July 29, 2021
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Naveen Kumar Shivanna, CPD, GPD, LEED GA, a Fire Protection & Plumbing Engineer with Setty & Associates in Baltimore, is working on a renovation job where the specification calls for […]

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Save the Date for the Virtual “Updating the Hunter’s Curve Summit”

July 27, 2021
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ASPE and the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO) are co-hosting “The Water Demand Calculator: Updating the Hunter’s Curve Summit,” a virtual event on November 4, 2021, from […]

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