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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be deaf, blind, or have a limited range of movement?  What would the world look like?  How would it feel?  The range of thoughts that have gone through my mind since working on improvements to Texas School for the Deaf are overwhelming.  And for a p

Remember the late 1990’s when owning a cell phone was considered a luxury not a necessity?

At Cleary Zimmermann, we’ve been busy hiring.  In fact, we hired 13 people last year and we’ve already brought 6 new people on board this year.  As we’re intently focused on only inviting true “rock stars” to join the team who fit their job descriptions as well as our firm culture, we’ve intervie

   Editor’s Note: This post is the second half of “Matthew’s Mysteries – The Case of the Self-Dimming Lights” that was originally published on March 24,

     Editor’s Note: This post is the first in a series entitled “Matthew’s Mysteries.”  Each of “Matthew’s              Mysteries” tells the story of a

When designing a variable volume chilled water system, there are two main types of distribution systems to choose from:  a variable-primary system or a primary-secondary system.  Both of these options are effective means for hydronic distribution for most building types (i.e.

Cleary Zimmermann Engineers has been working with the City of San Antonio to perform a series of energy audits on a variety of City facilities ranging from offices to fire stations to public buildings.

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