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Construction (n) [kənˈstrəkSHən]
The act or process of building something using fabricated products.
Consultation (n) [känsəlˈtāSHən]
The act or process of discussing a subject with the goal of making an informed decision.
Design (n) [də-zīn]
The purposeful or inventive arrangement of elements or details accomplished prior to fabrication and construction.
Engineering (n) [enjəˈni(ə)riNG]
The application of applied sciences such as electromagnetism, dynamics, heat transfer, and mechanics of materials in the design, fabrication and construction of cooling/heating systems, control systems, buildings, hydroelectric turbines, pipe/pump systems, and water wheels.
Fabrication (n) [ˌfabrəˈkāSHən]
The act or process of making products using raw materials, for example, using stainless steel to create cross flow turbine runners and water wheels.
Green Building (v) [grēn ˈbildiNG]
The act or process of creating a building that is environmentally sustainable and resource efficient throughout the building's life cycle by fully considering and properly addressing siting, design, construction, operation, maintenance, renovation, and demolition.
Hydronic (adv) [hīˈdränik]
A cooling/heating system that transfers heat by circulating a fluid through a closed pipe/pump system.
Integration (n) [ˌintiˈgrāSHən]
The act of combining design details or products into an unified whole.
Passive Solar (n) [ˈpasiv ˈsōlər]
Design details and products used in a building to maximize the use of sunlight to heat or cool interior spaces without requiring any electrical/mechanical devices to distribute the heat throughout the building.
Radiant (adv) [ˈrādēənt]
Heat emitted or propagated through electromagnetic radiation as opposed to convection or conduction.
Water Work (n) [ˈwôtər wərk]
A project that distributes, purifies, stores, or uses water for beneficial use.