CFE Media LLC and National Environmental Balancing Bureau Partner to Provide Content
CFE Media LLC and National Environmental Balancing Bureau Partner to Provide Building Systems Content to Consulting Engineers.
CFE Media LLC (CFE) and the National Environmental Balancing Bureau (NEBB) have announced they have formed a partnership to deliver specialized content for consulting engineers and engineering professionals looking for information to help them engineer high-performance building systems.
“NEBB gives CFE the additional expertise in the critical area of high-performance building, TAB, and commissioning with a respected thought leader in this space. The partnership is in line with CFE’s strategy to provide the right information, to the right audience, at the right time, and we look forward to providing our audiences with information that can help them do their jobs better,” said Steve Rourke, CEO, CFE Media.
The partnership will focus on providing a complete breadth of information across functional and departmental and application needs specifically related to the unique needs of professionals who deliver high-performance buildings via testing, adjusting, and balancing (TAB) of HVAC systems, commission and retro-commission building systems commissioning, execute sound and vibration testing, and test and certify laboratory fume hoods and electronic and biological cleanrooms.
“The partnership between NEBB and CFE Media serves as an outlet to showcase the capabilities, strengths, and talents of NEBB Certified Firms, Professionals, and Technicians to the industry,” said Karen D. Groppe, PCM, Director of Marketing. “Together, we will provide information and resources to the industry to achieve high-performing buildings.”
As part of the agreement, CFE Media and NEBB will exchange and promote content including videos, articles, and other industry updates. The marketing partnership will enable both groups to provide content and audience generation for suppliers aiming to reach this critical audience.
About CFE Media LLC (Content for Engineers):
CFE Media provides engineers in manufacturing, commercial and industrial buildings, and manufacturing control systems with the knowledge they need to improve their operational efficiency. CFE Media delivers the right information at the right time through a variety of platforms. CFE is the platform for content, community and applications that engage engineers worldwide to share, learn, and increase productivity across all engineers designs, systems, and plants. CFE owns and operates three leading industry brands, Control Engineering, Consulting-Specifying Engineer, and Plant Engineering.
Established in 1971, the National Environmental Balancing Bureau (NEBB) is the premier international certification association for firms that deliver high-performance building systems. Its members perform testing, adjusting, and balancing (TAB) of HVAC systems, commission and retro-commission building systems commissioning, execute sound and vibration testing, and test and certify laboratory fume hoods and electronic and biological cleanrooms. Building owners, engineers, and contractors seeking ways to cut costs through the proper design, installation, and optimal performance HVACR systems, benefit from working with NEBB certified professionals, who are required to complete extensive training and testing programs in order to attain certification status.
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