ASHRAE Utah May 3rd Lunch Meeting and Tech Session
Date: Friday, May 3rd, 2013
Location: IMC/Doty Family Education Center, 5121 S. Cottonwood St. (100 West), Murray, UT
Time: Technical Session: 9:30 am – 11:30 am, Lunch: 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Presenter: James L. Newman, CEM, LEED® AP, OPMP (ASHRAE DL), Newman Consulting Group, LLC, Bloomfield Hills, MI
Technical Session 9:30 am – 11:30 am – East Auditorium (2.0 PDH’s, 2.0 GBCI)
WHAT YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT ASHRAE STDS CAN HURT YOU: IN THE COMMUNITY AND YOUR POCKET
ASHRAE Energy Standard 90.1 was used as a benchmark and a reference guide for the new Manitoba Energy Code. As an engineer, do you really know what the new code requires? As an architect, do you know why understanding it is critical to your business? As a building owner, do you know how it can save you money on your utility bills?
Prepare for the new Manitoba Energy Code – and for your future – by learning about ASHRAE Standards 90.1 on energy, 62.1 on ventilation, and 189.1 on high-performance green buildings. As an added bonus, you’ll also be introduced to EUI, and learn what it means to design and how it will impact building owners.
The ASHRAE Standards are updated every three years. The U.S. Department of Energy told ASHRAE that Std. 90.1-2010 had to be 30% more stringent than the 2004 code, which translated to approximately 25% more stringent than the 2007 code. What does this mean to you? It means you need to know the changes and understand how to comply with them.
ASHRAE Standard 189.1 is the Standard for the Design of High-Performance Green Buildings. It is being used by many municipalities in the U.S. instead of LEED® because it is written in code language, whereas LEED was never meant to be used as a code.
What will you learn from this seminar?
- What these codes are
- How they affect you
- What is in them
- How to use them
- Why you need to know about them and what is contained in them
Lunch & Presentation 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm – East Auditorium (1.0 PDH, 1.0 GBCI)
HOW TO TRANSFORM AN OLDER BUILDING INTO A HIGH PERFORMANCE BUILDING
Most buildings, new or old, do not perform anywhere near their most efficient potential. HVAC systems deteriorate with time. Find out what to look for relative to improving the efficiency of the HVAC and lighting systems in a building, learn how to do it at minimum cost by taking advantage of incentives and rebates, and learn how to keep the building performing at its potential to save your owner operating and utility costs.
LOCAL ASHRAE UTAH MEMBERS – Free
STUDENTS – Free
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