While program-specific systems engineering solutions can be efficient, their application is often siloed due to a lack of complementary program elements. A laboratory in a predominantly heating environment can benefit from a high-density data center that always requires cooling, but seldom are such programs linked together. Such a symbiotic relationship, however, can lead to significant improvements in energy efficiency. This session will demonstrate how integrated systems engineering can efficiently bridge the gap between complementary program elements while improving resiliency. This session will appeal to lab managers with key interests in learning more about:
• How complementary building programs integrated with laboratory programs improve overall building energy efficiency.
• How the integration of building programs with high heat outputs or large process cooling loads improve the sustainability of laboratory programs in predominantly heating climates.
• How the integration of these complementary building programs may also provide increased resiliency to laboratory operations.
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