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Arora Engineers, Inc. (Arora) is a 34-year-old systems firm with a mission: Improving the Quality of Life by Rethinking Infrastructure®. Our roots are in Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (MEP) Engineering, but we have evolved into much more, with expertise in Planning and Design, Program and Construction Management, Facilities Management, Asset Management and Information Technology, primarily focused on Aviation and Transportation. Our specific disciplines include; Electrical, Airfield Electrical, HVAC and Plumbing, Fire/Life Safety, Geospatial Technologies, and Special Systems/Technology solutions covering the lifecycle of the assets in a facility.
Our subsidiaries Arora Systems Group, LLC (ASG) and Arora Technology Group (ATG) further expand Arora’s reach. ASG provides specialized facility maintenance, testing, inspection, repair, and installation with a focus on fire and life safety, security, special systems, and baggage handling systems. ATG integrates a wide variety of sensors and systems from across an enterprise, providing custom software development solutions, analysis, and design services, as well as integration and support for new and existing systems. Furthermore, in partnership with TRAX Analytics, ATG is helping to improve operational efficiency, improve cleanliness and guest experiences through the power of data analytics and sensors with products like TRAX SmartRestroom and Clean+Inspect.
Electronic Data, Inc. (EDI), is another fully owned subsidiary of Arora and is a business process consulting and technology firm that specializes in Enterprise Asset Management, as well as Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS). EDI has developed industry-specific solutions that significantly reduce systems implementation time and costs, which provides their clients with cost-effective and timely value proposition return on investment.
Considering the current global pandemic, our mechanical engineering team produced a white paper discussing different HVAC technologies that large-scale facilities, specifically airports, could implement to improve indoor air quality to help mitigate disease. Their research began as a request from an aviation client, and quickly expanded to address this timely subject for a wider audience.
Download “Improvements in Indoor Air Quality for Disease Mitigation” by Anastacia Michigan, EIT, with contributions by David Marsh, PE and Bradford White, PE.
Considering the current global pandemic, the Arora mechanical engineering team produced a white paper discussing different HVAC technologies that large-scale facilities - specifically airports, could implement to improve indoor air quality to help mitigate disease. Their research began as a request from an aviation client, and quickly expanded to address this timely subject for a wider audience.
At the end of this ACC Lunch & Learn webinar, participants will be able to:
• Explain the difference between six different technologies.
• Describe the pros and cons for each technology.
• Identify options as it relates to new and retrofit applications.
• Assess the effectiveness of various solutions for their facility's needs.
• Anastacia Michigan, EIT, LEED GA, Mechanical Associate, Arora Engineers, Inc.
• Bradford E. White, P.E., CEM, LEED AP, Senior Mechanical Engineer, Arora Engineers, Inc.
• David Marsh, P.E., LEED AP, Practice Lead, Mechanical, Arora Engineers, Inc.
• Manik Arora, P.E., (Moderator) President and CEO Arora Engineers, Inc.
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