Webcast: Taking on ASHRAE 90.1

01/03/2006



Broadcast originally aired March 31, 2006.
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Design and specify building systems for optimum energy efficiency!

The next installment in Consulting-Specifying Engineer’s Educational Webcast Series specifically addresses what engineers can do to meet or beat the energy standard, which is a critical component of LEED and has also become the default energy code for most states. Commercial, Institutional and Industrial building projects that employ innovative energy efficient technologies will be used as case studies.
We’ll educate engineers on what it takes to design and specify building systems that result in high performance buildings:

  • energy recovery

  • more efficient chiller plants

  • alternative energy sources

  • more efficient lighting and lighting controls

  • better envelopes and fenestration


Panelists:


Keith Lane
Director of Engineering
SASCO in Seattle
Will address


Sachin Anand, PE, LEED
Project Manager, Mechanical Team Leader
CCJM Engineers, Ltd. in Chicago

 


Don Posson
Managing Principal
Vanderweil Engineers in Alexandria, Va.




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