Room A Aging Building Infrastructure Ted Ross; President, TRC Engineering and Steven C. Turner, PE; Principal, Structural Engineer, Building Envelope Consulting & Scientists, LLC This presentation on Aging Building Infrastructure will address the mechanical, electrical and structural issues in older buildings and the implication of these issues on budget, planning and property values. The presentation will cover the issue of maintenance, and whether replacement or repair of systems is the best option for management.
Room B Maintenance of Water Source Heat Pumps Kevin Chisholm; Design Engineer, Principal, Mid-Atlantic Energy Consultants Water Source Heat Pumps (WSHPs) have been reliable heating and cooling devices for decades. Today, they are more efficient and reliable than ever and come in a wide range of capacities. There are water to air WSHPs and water to water WSHPs, which can vary considerably in size and manufacturing design.
In this session the presenter will discuss how to maintain WSHPs of less than the 10 ton range. WSHPs of this size are popular in hotels, schools and more and more in residential and commercial office bulidings due do to their high efficiency and quiet operation.
We will also examine how WSHPs can be operated within design schemes that include boilers and cooling towers or geothermal; including how such designs can be hybridized for optimum cost & efficiency.
Room C HVAC, IAQ and Energy Savings Chris Healey; General Manager, Morin Distribution Indoor bio-aerosol contaminants are found in most buildings. The primary source of these contaminants are the HVAC cooling coils. Using UVC energy to eliminate the source of these contaminants results in improved IAQ, elimination of coil clean and energy savings. Savings that can reduce total energy cost by up to 10%
10:15am - 11:15am
Room A Focusing on the Next Generation of Facilities Employees Judie Cooper, CFM; Associate Director, Organizational Development Office of Facilities Management & Reliability, Smithsonian Institution Attend this session and find out what Smithsonian is doing to address the changing facilities workforce demographics. Learn about some of the programs and partnerships Smithsonian is currently using to control our own destiny. We have training programs to develop our current Smithsonian staff and we reach out in a variety of ways to try and attract new employees. Find out about Smithsonian's partnerships with various schools and technical training programs to learn how we are focused on our future.
Room B Legionella Disease Prevention & Checklist (creating your checklist & plan) Dr. Richard Miller; Founder, Environmental Safety Technologies & Associate Professor, Department of Microbiology & Immunology, School of Medicine University of Louisville and Ben Feeney; Chemical Applications Engineer, Boland Dr. Miller will begin this session with an Introduction into Legionella which will include the following topics... Why ASHRAE-188-2015 and How Does It Apply To Me, Industry Preferred Methods of Prevention, & What Can You Do To Prevent Legionella.
Mr. Feeney will follow with an Example of a Legionella Risk Mitigation Plan for Cooling Towers including: 1. Plan Layout, 2. Team Identification, 3. Identifying Risk Zones, 4. Testing Plan (Measurement & Verification), 5. Benefits of "In House" Testing, 6. Action Protocol.
Room C Introduction to UV light Cured Concrete Protective Coatings Scott Thome; Coatings Specialist, DiamaPro Systems Ultraviolet light to cure a resin has been utilized since the 1960's. Floor coatings can now utilize UV technology to protect concrete floors that are environmentally safe and with a fast, back-to-service time. The goal is to provide an understanding of UV technology and how it impacts their everyday business.
11:30am - 12:30pm
Room A Cooling Tower Deficiencies and Solutions Theresa Bodie; Outside Sales, Morin Distribution A one hour educational seminar that will provide insight to Cooling Tower Basics and Operational Deficiencies that building and facility maintenance operators typically experience along with updates on new technological advances and solutions that are currently available to recover performance and increase life expectancy of the equipment.
Room B Photoluminescent Products for Safety, Sustainability, and Savings Richard Martin; President and CEO, AfterGlow, LLC The speaker will provide the audience with an introduction to photo-luminescent (PL), or "glow-in-the-dark", egress marking systems as they pertain to building codes for safety, common applications, and cost saving benefits. PL products are sustainable and can earn LEED credit points for building owners in green building design and construction.
12:45pm - 1:45pm
Room A The Potential for Energy Efficiency in Commercial and Industrial Facilities Kenneth Hellberg; Building Performance Specialist, Pennsylvania College of Technology - National Sustainable Structures Center Today, virtually ALL Commercial & Industrial facilities can save an incredible amount of money on energy, maintenance, and capital expenditures by reducing their energy use. And these methods for saving are applicable to Educational, Institutional & Governmental facilities as well! Attendees at this presentation will learn about these opportunities for savings and gain insight into the untapped potential of energy efficiency in today's Commercial and Industrial facilities.
Room B Lightning Protection Maintenance - Are You Protected? Chuck Cooley; Market Manager - Lightning Protection, Pentair/ERICO While most facilities have upkeep previsions or periodic maintenance programs for their building systems, a lightning protection check-up can fall through the cracks. Attend this session and learn how & why the vast majority of operation managers and building owners are not familiar with industry requirements and recommendations designed to ensure system safety and effectiveness.
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