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by R. Tinga, PSME-SA
Monday, 31 July 2017
Anybody want's to be Chartered Engineer (CEng) a Professional Engineer? 5 R. Gomeseria, ARCADIS/Hyder Consulting .............
Wednesday, 17 August 2016
Sustainability 0 R. Gomeseria, ARCADIS/Hyder Consulting What is technologist role in sustainability? how resources and environmentalist contribute for future sustainability? how to control natural resources especially by western and northern countries. Cheers! Ronald
by R. Gomeseria, ARCADIS/Hyder Consulting
Tuesday, 28 July 2015
How to Deliver Impact Leadership in Your Engineering Career 0 R. Gomeseria, ARCADIS/Hyder Consulting Dear Fellow Engineers in Practice, I just want to share thoughts from resources/researches I have made in order to enhance our engineering profession and leadership; Learn about impact leadership and how to become an impact leader: Impact leadership connotes positive action, making a difference, being relevant, and having positive influence in other people. As you go along in your career, ask yourself: what are the growth opportunities in terms of training and career development in this organization? You own your life, you own your career, and you have to direct it. You’re ultimately responsible for your own personal development. Manage your own ego. It’s not about you, but about the organization and other people. Be grateful with what you have and what you don’t have. Always remember where you came from and remember the people you’re responsible for. Know the ability to bring order to chaos and manage the situation. Realize the importance of building rapport and connection early on with the people that are working for you. As a leader, you’re expected to bring calm, bring comfort, and bring discipline and counseling to people or the situation that’s needed. Take care of yourself first, manage your workday, make time for yourself, be accessible to your people without letting them hijack all of your time, and make time for your family, friends and other hobbies or volunteer work. Accordingly; “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” – John Quincy Adams Cheers! Ronald
by R. Gomeseria, ARCADIS/Hyder Consulting
Saturday, 25 July 2015
Building Automation System to Learn 0 R. Gomeseria, ARCADIS/Hyder Consulting For Building Innovations, what are the 3-key maintenance activities for every Building Automation System? Or simply means, the 3-key activities involves are the followings: 1. System Verification, 2. Sensor Calibration, and 3. Database Backups For all you guys, let me know how the system verification works and why it is very important? Then, why we calibrate sensors and how we often need to calibrate sensors? Lastly, why are database backups critical? The key lessons learned that... - Many commercial buildings have an array of operational problems - Trained building operations staff can re-tune buildings, if empowered - Building re-tuning can yield energy savings between 5% and 20% through implementation of no-cost and low-cost measures - But, the human factor is a real issue in realizing re-tuning benefits in practice - In the long run, automation is key to persistence of "optimal" building operation I do hope that make sense and need your inputs. Cheers! Ronald
by R. Gomeseria, ARCADIS/Hyder Consulting
Wednesday, 22 July 2015