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Reliable Plant Magazine Article: “Methods to ensure sanitary practices in pet food”

Dave Mast - SSOE GroupPet food plant owners and operators are looking for innovative ways to modify existing facilities to accommodate pet food processes. SSOE’s Dave Mast discusses how one company made the shift from a grain processing-type mentality to a pet food manufacturer while ensuring a culture of sanitary manufacturing exists. Continue reading →

Provider Magazine Article: “Dynamic Designs – Experts offer advice on seniors housing design”

Senior Living Dining Facility - SSOE GroupSSOE’s senior housing experts, Chris Ewald, Lynne Gochenour, and Bob Siebenaller, offer advice on seniors housing design that improves quality of life for residents and still meets the bottom line. Continue reading →

GlobalAutoIndustry.com Article: “The Make or Break Factors”

Ron Guiliani - SSOE GroupSSOE’s Ron Guiliani discuss how consolidation and integration will determine the outcome of new foreign investment in American manufacturing. Continue reading →

Biomass Power and Thermal Magazine: “Energy Master Plans Streamline Operational Efficiency, Reduce Costs”

Jerry Carter - SSOE GroupSSOE’s Jerry Carter, LEED AP BD+C, and Zach Platsis, LEED AP O+M and Energy Specialist, discuss how industrial and manufacturing companies can realize cost, efficiency, and operational benefits from an integrated energy master plan versus the conventional piecemeal approach to managing energy and sustainability initiatives. Continue reading →

Consulting-Specifying Engineer Magazine: “MEP Giants 2010 – View From The Top”

Vince DiPofi - SSOE GroupSSOE’s Vince DiPofi and other participants provide insight on the state of the engineering industry and what to look for in 2011 in this 2010 MEP Giants issue of Consulting-Specifying Engineer. Continue reading →

The Military Engineer Magazine Article: “Energy Planning for Laboratories”

Ed Royzman - SSOE GroupSSOE Group’s Ed Royzman, PE, and Meredith Mayes, PE, LEED AP, discuss how master planning and smart phasing are the first steps to reduced utility costs and energy compliance at federal laboratories that have outlived their electrical and mechanical systems. Continue reading →