Past + Present: New Point Comfort Lighthouse
In 1801 the Second United States Congress authorized the construction of the New Point Comfort Lighthouse located in Mathews County in the Chesapeake Bay. The lighthouse began operating on January 17, 1805 and was damaged during the War of 1812. Unfortunately, the...
Happy Holidays in 2021, bring on 2022 (PLEASE)!
The BFA team is really sleighin’ it in this Christmas sweater contest. Blair is snowtorious for her great Christmas sweaters and is the winner of not only the sweater contest but the cubicle/office decorating. We didn't even need to vote because it was Tree-mendously...
7 ways MEP engineering can make your older building more efficient
Below are seven strategies that you can use to make your older building more sustainable while also complementing and preserving the character and design of the structure. 1. Perform an energy audit Before installing new equipment or making upgrades to enhance an...
Backup, standby and emergency power for hospitals
It’s absolutely paramount to have a reliable and uninterrupted electrical supply in a hospital. Even the slightest dip in a healthcare facility’s electrical supply can result in devastating results for patients on life support or in the middle of a life-saving operation. In order to protect these situations, the NFPA and The Joint Commission have developed extensive codes and regulations that must be followed by all healthcare facilities–and thank God they do! However, when choosing a partner to assist with this journey it’s important to keep in mind the future demands and needs of your growing facility.
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) VS Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ)
Indoor air quality and indoor environmental quality are two terms that are often mixed up because their acronyms are akin, and concepts overlap.
Halloween 2021 was a success!
Happy Halloween from all of us at BFA! A few of our staff are dressed for the occasion.. take a peek at that handmade, duct tape, batman suit!
Website 2.0 – Just in time for our 60-year Anniversary
Founded the company in 1961 under the name E. H. Bowman, Jr., Engineers. Initially, the firm provided only electrical engineering services, specializing in commercial work primarily with architects.
Work From Home Productivity Tips for Engineers
From the great folks at Engineering Management Institute. Due to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, many engineering companies across the United States and beyond are implementing travel restrictions and work from home directives. I have had the opportunity to work...
JT’s Camp Grom – Proud Design Team Member
Bowman, Foster & Associates is proud and honored to join RRMM Architects in donating time and resources to provide mechanical, electrical, and plumbing services for their JT’s Camp Grom project. As the only family and group facility of its kind on the...
Hiring Mechanical/Electrical Engineers!
Bowman, Foster & Associates is looking to strengthen our bench! We are looking for experienced Mechanical and Electrical Engineers (a bachelor's degree and professional registration (PE or EIT) are required). Not an engineer? No sweat, drop us a line: we're always...