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HOW GREAT BUILDINGS WORK

This is a podcast where we discuss all things buildings: from construction & build methods, to architecture, engineering, and systems designs.

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How LEED Certifications Work
On this episode our guest is Kath Williams. Kath is the president of Kath Williams and Associates, a collaborative of creative independent contractors who come together to support innovative projects worldwide. Their goal is to change the way buildings are designed, built and operated through aggressive learning and continuous improvement.
How Radiant Heating Works
Host John Melvin discusses radiant heating & cooling systems with guest Devon Abilon, the Business Development Manager at Uponor North America. Devon has over 23 years’ experience in HVAC and plumbing industries with a focus on high performance and sustainable building, design and construction.
How Geothermal Heating Systems Work
This episode will give a brief history of the technology behind geothermal heating systems, explain the basics of how these systems work and discuss potential benefits or limitations of using a geothermal system.

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Who Is JOHN MELVIN?

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John Melvin

20+ years of engineering experience allows John Melvin to see projects from a fresh, innovative perspective.

Before John Melvin put together a top-tier team and launched JM Engineering in 2001, he gained experience a variety of roles in and around the construction industry.

John’s time as a CAD technician, project manager, design engineer and commissioning agent (among other roles) brought him deep inside the industry and allowed him to view complex projects from many different perspectives – including yours.

John Melvin’s 20+ years in mechanical engineering design have taught him an immense amount, but the most important thing he has learned is that every project must be considered from a big-picture perspective. Understanding how each piece fits together is essential to seamless execution and perfect finished results.

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