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The following articles published in the Consulting-Specifying Engineer (CSE) feature insights frombigstock_Buildings_382421 NEBB Professionals on industry issues. 

Documenting ASHRAE 90.1 Compliance: In this article NEBB past president Jim Huber mentions that there are three paths to ASHRAE 90.1 compliance, and documenting compliance with Standard 90.1 is not as difficult or confusing as engineers believe it to be.
 
Retro-Commissioning Guidance: In this round table, Steve Wiggins, member of NEBB's BSC Committee, provides insight on how to best make engineering systems work well in an existing building.
 
Commissioning for Sound and Vibration: This article, authored by NEBB Certified Professionals Kevin Gaghan, Stuart McGregor, and Jim Huber, provides insights into how adding sound and vibration as an additional service brings added value to customers, the end user, and the building or facility.
 
Commissioning Electrical Distribution Systems: In this article past NEBB president Jim Huber discusses commissioning as the process of planning, documenting, scheduling, testing, adjusting, verifying, and training to provide a facility that operates as a fully functional system.
 
Process versus Technical Commissioning: In this article, Dave McFarlane mentions that while processing commissioning handles all the paperwork and background research, technical commissioning ensures each building systems works as specified.
 
These articles have been published with permission from CSE.
 

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