CSE Editorial Advisory Board Member traveling country to teach Facility Operations and Maintenance

The Energy Center of Wisc. provides training for engineers, owners, while the education arm of Energy Center offers continuing education programs to design, build, and maintain high-performance buildings.

03/25/2011


Energy Center University, the education arm of Energy Center of Wisconsin, offers live event and online continuing education programs to more than 4,000 commercial, industrial, and residential building professionals every year.

David Sellers, an editorial advisory board member of Consulting-Specifying Engineer, will be traveling around the Midwest next week to teach, “Facility operations and maintenance: achieving operational efficiency.” Sellers has more than 30 years of experience with commissioning, design engineering, and facilities engineering in a wide range of projects, including hospitals, semiconductor clean rooms, and commercial office buildings.

Energy Center University is an authorized provider for the American Institute of Architects, the International Association for Continuing Education and Training, and the U.S. Green Building Council.



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