Stefanie Kure

Stefanie
Kure
Senior Associate Editor,
Penton Media

Stefanie Kure is the senior associate editor of EC&M magazine. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Kansas and has more than 20 years of experience in the B2B magazine industry. In addition to EC&M, Stefanie has worked on Transmission & Distribution World magazine, Broadcast Engineering magazine, and Power Electronics Technology magazine.

Articles
Give and Take: A Texas School Will Make as Much Energy as It Uses
$29-million Lady Bird Johnson Middle School is designed to produce as much energy as it consumes through use of efficient technologies and on-site power generation
Dallas Theater is a First on Many Levels
McCarthy Building Companies constructs $84-million theatre that’s first of its kind in the world
Building Helps University LEED the Way to the Future
Merical Electrical completes $82.5 million, 179,000-sq-ft Rafik B. Hariri Building and receives LEED certification
Railroad Installation Keeps Locomotives on the Right Track
Faith Technologies performs electrical installation at newly constructed wheel truing facility in Kansas City, Kan.
The ABCs of Lighting Retrofits
New technologies and financial incentives boost lighting retrofits in gloomy construction market
California High School Goes High Tech
Shadow Hills High School incorporates VoIP telephone service, data networks, and broadband television into its design by FBA Engineering
Ambulatory Care Center More Than Meets Patients' Needs
Faith Technologies performs design-build work for Encircle Health’s $34-million facility in Wisconsin
Colorado Ski Lift Project is a Revelation 1
Anyone involved in the construction industry knows that extreme weather conditions can affect a project's timeline as well as its success. When Peak to
St. Louis Car Dealership is on the Road to LEED Silver Certification
Dave Mungenast Lexus in St. Louis constructs $16 million showroom and service center to LEED specifications
Troubleshooting Training Software Is the Real Deal
Version 4 of troubleshooting software allows users to develop skills to repair motor circuits
Sustainable Pipe Mill Surpasses California Title 24 Lighting Requirements
United Spiral Pipe constructs facility that meets LEED standards and exceeds California’s strict Title 24 lighting requirements
Multi-Use Portland High-Rise Blends Old with New
Sustainable design of new multi-use high-rise in Portland helps building achieve LEED certification
Combination AFCIs Save Time, Money, and Possibly Lives
Siemens new 2-pole combination-type arc fault circuit interrupter (CAFCI) reduces wiring costs and installation/ troubleshooting time
Army Training Center Achieves 30% Energy Savings over ASHRAE 90.1
Sustainable design of new Armed Forces Reserve Center in New York helps it attain SPiRiT Gold certification
Acute Care Hospital Applies 3-D Modeling and Lean Construction Principles
Boasting a population of almost 3 million, St. Louis is America's 16th largest city. To help safeguard its citizens' health, the metro area recently opened
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