Wednesday
Dec072011

December 2011 Breakfast Meeting

TOPIC: Ohio Board of Building Standards

PLACE: The Ohio State University Golf Club, 3605 Tremont Road, Columbus, Ohio

DATE: Tuesday, December 13, 2011

TIME: Registration 7:30am, Program 7:45am (Yup, In The Morning)

COST: $20 Local ASHRAE members, $25 Non-Local ASHRAE Members

PRESENTER:  Michael T. Regan, Architect, NCARB, Ohio Master Plans Examiner, Ohio Residential Building Official, ICC Combination Plans Examiner, ICC Certified Building Official

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NOTES:

You are cordially invited to join us on Tuesday, December 13th for a breakfast presentation by Michael T. Regan, Architect, NCARB, Ohio Master Plans Examiner, Ohio Residential Building Official, ICC Combination Plans Examiner, ICC Certified Building Official.
 
Ohio Board of Building Standards
Industrialized Units OBC 106, 108, & 113
 
Industralized Units are defined as prefabricated components of construction manufactured off site, such as modules, panelized construction, and sectionals.  Examples of industralized units include prefabricated mechanical penthouses, modular offices, and spray booths.  This informative seminar will dive into the Code implications of these units and give you the opportunity to ask Michael your code questions.
 
A hot breakfast will be served during the presentation.

 

 

Thursday
Oct132011

November 2011 ASHRAE Meeting

TOPIC: LEED Measurement and Verification

PLACE: Spaghetti Warehouse, 397 West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio

DATE: November 21, 2011

TIME: Registration 11:30am, Program 11:45am

COST: $20 Local ASHRAE members, $25 Non-Local ASHRAE Members

PRESENTER: Ryan Hoffman, CEM, BEAP, LEED AP BD+C, LEED & Energy Services Manager, Heapy Engineering

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Please join us on Monday, November 21st for our ASHRAE Columbus November lunch meeting for a presentation by Ryan Hoffman, CEM, BEAP, LEED AP BD+C, LEED & Energy Services Manager, Heapy Engineering. 
Ryan is a frequent lecturer on LEED and Green Building concepts and has educated over 500 people in the area of LEED and Sustainability through LEED training seminars.  Ryan's presentation will provide a definition for Measurement & Verification, a review of IPMVP options B and D, case studies and examples.

 

Tuesday
Aug302011

September 2011 ASHRAE Meeting

TOPIC: Advancements in Variable Speed Technology – Centrifugal Chillers

PLACE: Spaghetti Warehouse, 397 West Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio

DATE: September 19, 2011

TIME: Registration 11:30am, Program 11:45am

COST: $20 Local ASHRAE members, $25 Non-Local ASHRAE Members

REGISTRATION:  Click Here To Register

Presentation Summary:

Integration of new technologies in the field of magnetic bearings and high-speed motors with VFD’s, has opened up significant advancements in the sustainable efficiency improvements in centrifugal chillers.  Centrifugal chillers are a major component in a building’s energy consumption.  We would like to explain the technology, and how it relates directly to system performance improvements, sustainable oil-free operation, and lowering energy consumed.

Speaker Bio – Bruce Barrett, Product Sales Manager

Bruce Barrett is a Chiller Products Consultant  for McQuay International, focusing on applied chilled water products and systems.   He has over 18 years experience in HVAC, including manufacturing, distribution, marketing and strategic sales.  Over 10 years of his professional career have been specifically focused on chilled water systems and new product development.  Bruce holds a BS degree from Winona State University of Minnesota in Economics and Social Science.

Saturday
Aug132011

ASHRAE CRC in Indy

Casey Kapustka, Mike Hoffa, Brent Long, and Jim Arnold attend regional CRC this weekend. Not pictured are Carl McMullen, Sam Allen, Frank Eisenhower.

Friday
Apr292011

Thursday July 21, 2011 Annual Golf Outing 

Location: Brent Tree Golf Course, 350 Bent Tree Road, Sunbury, Ohio 43074

Date: Thursday July 21, 2011

Tee Time: 9:30 am

Please join us for the 2011 Columbus ASHRAE Golf outing. Proceeds go to ASHRAE Research to advance the needs of the HVAC&R industry by supporting professional development and research programs and provide engineering students with scholarship opportunities.

There will be golfing, fun, prizes, and dinner.