So, you are new to the world of construction and have just landed your first solo job for a major demolition and remodel of a commercial kitchen. Congratulations! The noise has simmered down to almost nothing and all the confetti has safely landed on the office floor. What's next? You have found yourself staring at your computer screen brainstorming how you are going to get everything you need for this kitchen, and the elation you felt mere moments ago is fading away to terror. Where is the “Easy Button” when you need it?
Often, people shrug their shoulders at their first anniversary at any job. It seems like getting to that one-year point is more of a mandatory steppingstone than an accomplishment. As I reflect on what my last year has been, I believe it is worthy of a recap.
Can you name the following?
RTU, MAU, AHU, EF/KEF, VAV, TAB, NEBB
Are electric vehicles (and electric options of all kinds) the future?
Sales Engineer. These are two words that most of us have very clear ideas of what they individually mean. But what about when they are put together? Well, I was not exactly sure what to expect either, but it sounded like a challenge, and I like those.