Archive of: Electrical Engineering

  • Designing Modern Park Facilities: Part 1 of 3 Internal and External Building Components – The Unsung Heroes of Park Facilities
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    Designing Modern Park Facilities: Part 1 of 3 Internal and External Building Components – The Unsung Heroes of Park Facilities

    The National Recreation and Park Association (NPRA) estimate that Americans visit their local parks and recreation facilities an average of 29 times per year. Forest Park alone attracts 13 million visitors annually, and one-day events such as the Great Forest Park Balloon Race attracts thousands of visitors in a single day. With this type of high usage by the general public, it’s no wonder that park facilities, such as pavilions and comfort stations, can take a real beating and be the unfortunate targets of graffiti and other types of vandalism.
  • Can you hear me now?
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    Can you hear me now?

    While the St. Louis Rams have been busy rebuilding their team and working towards a winning season, the Edward Jones Dome has been working on upgrading their facility as well. The dome recently installed a state of the art sound system that is sure to score a touchdown with fans and visitors alike.
  • Lighting that makes you feel good
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    Lighting that makes you feel good

    Most people walk through life looking straight ahead. Constantly moving, performing their daily activities as quickly and efficiently as possible. For us, our gaze tends to travel upward. As lighting designers, what has become part of the background for most people fascinates and intrigues us. The constant affect both natural and artificial lighting has on individuals and their health has been a hot research topic and keeps gaining interest with designers and healthcare providers alike.
  • Ross & Baruzzini relationships & technology fuel opportunities
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    Ross & Baruzzini relationships & technology fuel opportunities

    At Ross & Baruzzini we pride ourselves on both the relationships we build and on the engineering technology that we bring to the table. The recent ribbon cutting for the suburban St. Louis Parkway School District’s grant-funded project to build a fueling station and introduce 30 buses operating on compressed natural gas (CNO) into its fleet received local television coverage. But the bigger story lie in the possibilities Parkway represents expanding America’s search for energy independence and greener fuel alternatives.