Crystal Ball vs. Pleasant Surprises

Crystal Ball vs. Pleasant Surprises

Author: Vanessa Fugate   Those that know me won’t be surprised to hear that I was one of those weird kids that went into college with that grand master plan, but when I graduated in 2007 I was reminded that…

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R&W New Associates

R&W New Associates

Congratulations to R&W’s newest associates Sam Russum, PE, Electrical Engineer and Heather Harris, Project Manager.  Both with R&W for over 10 years, they are excellent examples of business developers and have special talent with their positions.  They are excellent models…

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New Addition to R&W

New Addition to R&W

R&W is excited to announce the addition of Dennis Zimmer, PE to our Vancouver office. He serves as Project Manager and Electrical Engineer for our commercial and industrial clients.

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Exploring Oregon

Exploring Oregon

Author: Tonya Minnick Growing up in Nampa, Idaho near Boise (boy-see to the natives), and being a young single parent, I never got the opportunity to explore outside my boundaries. (Un)fortunately for me, the company I had been working at…

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Talk like an Engineer

Talk like an Engineer

Ahoy Matey! Did you celebrate Monday, September 19th, International Talk Like a Pirate Day? Do you ever wish that we had an International Talk Like an Engineer Day where we got free Krispy Kreme or special deals at Dutch Bros.…

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Fire Flow Tests, How & Why

Fire Flow Tests, How & Why

Fire Flow Tests, also known as Hydrant Flow Tests can be performed for several different reasons. Why In general, fire flow tests are conducted on fire hydrants to determine the water availability. There are multiple reasons why a flow test…

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Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) Systems

Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) Systems

VARIABLE REFRIGERANT FLOW SYSTEMS Summary A Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) heating and air conditioning system is a specific type of HVAC system which utilizes one outdoor unit that connects to multiple indoor units.  These indoor units can be single systems;…

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