ASHRAE February Lunch Seminar 2-5-18

Topic – Natural Gas Applications of Thermal

Mass Flow Meters for HVAC

Speakers – Bob Steinberg

Abstract: Bob will take us through the following topics/questions: · What is a Thermal Mass Flow Meter? · What are its benefits over other technologies? · What configurations and styles are available? · How does the technology work? · What are the common HVAC applications for Thermal · Where are they sold? · Installation considerations Bio: Bob Steinberg is President of Sage Metering, Inc., a Monterey, California based manufacturer of thermal mass flowmeter technology founded in 2012. Mr. Steinberg has started three successful enterprises, and has over 30 Years of management, sales, and marketing experience in the process industry. In addition, he has had extensive experience managing, supporting, and training industrial representative organizations, specifically in the thermal mass flowmeter industry. No Longer Available

2018 Richmond ASHRAE

Chapter Golf Outing

Monday, June 11, 2018 at Hermitage Country Club We are back at Hermitage Country Club in Goochland. We have opportunities for sponsors to help cover the cost and still have a fund raising event. A box lunch and driving range is included for all golfers. Four Man Captain’s Choice Prizes will be awarded to the top 5 teams. Closest to the pin and longest drive contests will be awarded as individual prizes.
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ASHRAE March Lunch Seminar 3-5-18

Topic – Engineering Field Inspections for Health Care Facilities

Speaker – Kennith R. Wash, HFDP, PMP, LEED AP BD+C

Abstract: Ken will take us through the following topics/questions: · Field Inspections · Code Requirements · Regulatory Requirements · Things to look for in the field Bio: Ken is Director of Healthcare Sector foe Dunlap and Partners Engineers. Ken has worked in the consulting engineering profession for twenty-nine years, with a primary disciplinary focus on mechanical (HVAC) design and engineering. He has been involved with and has lead projects from the proposal phase through the construction administration phase. Ken has a strong background in the healthcare market sector. Ken holds two Applied Sciences degrees in Architecture and Civil Engineering Technology – with specializations in Architectural/Industrial Design and Building Construction Management. He received his ASHRAE – Healthcare Facility Design Professional (HFDP) certification in February, 2015, Project Management Institute – Project Management Professional (PMP) credential in February, 2009 and LEED AP credential in September of 2007 and BD+C specialization in June, 2012. Ken is a contributing author to the Professional Services Management Journal (PSMJ). PSMJ Resources, Inc. is a leading authority, publisher, and consultant on the effective management of architecture, engineering, and construction firms.
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ASHRAE April DINNER Seminar 4-2-18

Topic – The Richmond Construction Marketplace: Past, Present and Future

Speaker – Mark J. Hourigan, Founder and CEO - Hourigan

Board Meeting: 4:30pm Event Cost $25 Per Person RSVP REQUIRED Cocktail hour and heavy hors d'oeuvres: 5:30pm Open bar courtesy of TLA Inc. Presentation: 6:30pm Location: VCU School of Engineering West Hall Lobby
601 W Main St, Richmond, VA 23220 Parking available on street or in nearby West Main Street Parking Deck (801 W. Main St.) This meeting will be a special evening event to take the place of our normal lunch meetings. This will be a “Student Night” where we will invite all VCU ASHRAE members and honor all scholarship recipients at the VCU School of Engineering. Abstract – Mr. Hourigan will be providing a historical perspective on the Richmond marketplace, current activity and future trends. Bio - Founder and CEO Mark Hourigan has more than 35 years of experience in the commercial construction and real estate development industry. His ability to understand the big picture, coupled with his keen eye for detail, consistently allow him to focus on the drivers of success for Hourigan’s clients. Acting as a champion for innovation and fostering a consultative approach, he has instilled a discipline for continuous improvement throughout the organization. Mark’s commitment to developing people to their fullest potential is evident in the team he has assembled at Hourigan, as well as the formal Mentor-Protégé relationships he has established with minority firms in the region. Growing the next generation of industry leaders is another passion and one that has led to a role on the Advisory Board at the Virginia Tech School of Building Construction. In this role, he serves as a guest lecturer, assists in developing curriculum, sponsors internships and provides real world experience by integrating the students into Hourigan projects. As a trusted voice at the table, Mark’s “buck stops here” leadership not only benefits clients, owners and sub-contractors, but goes beyond the profession and into the community, where he serves on numerous boards. Mark holds a Bachelor’s degree from Gettysburg College and an MBA from the University of Richmond. He enjoys spending time with his family
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