March 2019 Lunch Meeting: Integrated Building Design

MARCH 2019 ASHRAE MEETING

 

Thursday March 21

11:30am-1:30 pm

EAST LIBRARY 

5550 North Union Blvd.

Colorado Springs, CO 80918

 

DISTINGUISHED LECTURER – CHARLES GULLEDGE III

Integrated Building Design

 

Our presentation is on Integrated Building Design. The quest of       successfully providing a truly integrated building design continues  to challenge our industry and the built world. This program looks   at these challenges, identifies barriers to success, and explores       solutions to promote and achieve holistic IBD. Topics include:What is IBD, Project delivery techniques, Design team structures, Design discipline cross-links and coordination, Hidden barriers, and How   do we make IBD work?

 

Speaker Biography

Charles Gulledge III is a senior mechanical engineer with AC Corp. in Greensboro, NCHe has over 24 years’ experience in the HVAC industry. Currently, he is a member of the ASHRAE Handbook Committee and Building Information Modeling and                Interoperability AD Hoc Committee and liaison to the Construction Specifications       Institute (CSI).   Previously, he was a member of the 7.1 Integrated Building Design and the High-Performance Building Design Professional Certification Ad Hoc              Committee. As liaison to CDS, Gulledge was deeply involved in the overhaul of the MasterFormat 2004 specification organization structure. He is a MasterFormat        Accredited Instructor and has conducted numerous classes.

February 2019 Lunch Meeting: OA Control Improves Building’s Performance

FEBRUARY 2019 ASHRAE MEETING

 

Thursday February 21

11:30am-1:30 pm

EAST LIBRARY 

5550 North Union Blvd.

Colorado Springs, CO 80918

 

SETH LETOURNEAU

“Outdoor Airflow Control Improves Building’s Performance”

 

This course demonstrates the performance and economical            advantages of directly measuring and controlling outdoor air            intakes versus the traditional approach of relying upon a fixed        outdoor air damper position.  Design guidelines are provided to     assist in optimizing systems by using direct airflow monitoring and control.  The goal of the course is to improve indoor building           environments, building pressurization control, and improving         energy economy.

January Lunch Meeting- Bridging the Gap from Design Intent to Operational Reality

JANUARY 2019 ASHRAE MEETING

 

Thursday January 24

11:30am-1:30 pm

EAST LIBRARY 

5550 North Union Blvd.

Colorado Springs, CO 80918

 

COREY CHINN – PE, CEM, CxA, LEED AP

Bridging the Gap from Design Intent to Operational Reality

 

We will discuss project experiences, successful and not, to lay out acase for a few simple/practical tips to help ensure facilities operateas intended. Building upon lessons learned through CommissioningRetro-Commissioning  and Asset Management that can  support     improvements in both design and operations.  We’ll discuss simple goal setting strategies and attaining O&M buy in at the beginning  of the project, then ask you to consider preparation of design         documents which are useful for operations.

2018-19 Upcoming Lunch Programs

Mark your calendar with the dates for the upcoming monthly meetings:

 

  • OCTOBER 18 – Pikes Peak Regional Building Department
  • NOVEMBER 15 – TBD
  • DECEMBER 6 – CHRISTMAS PARTY at The Pinery at the Hill
  • JANUARY 17 – Distinguished Lecturer
  • FEBRUARY 21 – Technical Tour
  • MARCH 21 – TBD
  • APRIL 18 – ASHRAE Webcast
  • MAY 16 – Technical Tour

September 2018 Lunch Meeting- Humidity Control

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 20

12:30pm-2:30 pm

 5550 North Union Blvd.

COLORADO SPRINGS, CO 80918

ERIC JOHNSON with SERESCO

 

HUMIDITY CONTROL FOR INDOOR POOLS

This Presentation is CEU/PDU creditworthy

Development

This presentation will focus on the following topics:  Humidity Gone Bad, What can happen when it is out of control; Design Issues, the Multiplicity of Factors to consider from room & pool conditions to mechanical design  and building construction; Dew Point; Evaporation Rate Calculator; Energy Consideration; Condensation Control; Moisture Migration Control; Design Responsibility; The IAQ Problem, Outdoor Air & Exhaust Air; the Art of Air Distribution; The Art of Duct Design; Design Issues; and Heat Recovery

Speaker Biography

ERIC JOHNSON has been actively involved in the HVAC industry for over 40 years. He is a mechanical engineering graduate of the University of Texas at Austin and is a registered professional engineer in the State of Texas. He has been a member of ASHRAE since 1987 and resides near his native home in Taylor, Texas. He spent over 20 years as a manufacturer’s rep focused on humidity control for indoor pools, outside air and industrial applications.   During that period he worked with most of the major manufacturers of       dehumidification equipment in North America. He has participated as an     advisor and equipment supplier in many major & hundreds of smaller pool dehumidification projects since 1992.   An experienced presenter, he has    presented on the subject of indoor pool design, ventilation and air quality   on numerous occasions, including ASHRAE technical sessions.

Please R.S.V.P. to micah@ctaengcorp.com

2018 FALL GOLF TOURNAMENT

FRIDAY AUGUST 17th-
KING’S DEER GOLF CLUB

Registration/Warm-up: 7:00-8:15 AM

Start:
8:30 AM

Address:
19255 Royal Troon Dr.
Monument, CO 80132

Please visit –
www.kingsdeergolfclub.com
for additional information and directions

2018-19 Golf Tournament Flyer

TEE TIME 8:30 AM – FOUR PERSON SCRAMBLE
$120 PER GOLFER – $450 PER FOURSOME – SIGN UP AT
HTTP://PIKESPEAKASHRAE/SHOP.COM/

OR FILL OUT 2018-19 Golf Tournament Flyer SHEET AND MAIL WITH CHECK TO ADDRESS BELOW. MAKE CHECK PAYABLE TO:

“PIKES PEAK ASHRAE”
ADDRESS:
LONG – ATTN: RYAN NEDBALSKI
5260 MARK DABLING BLVD
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO 80918

FEE INCLUDES GOLF, CART, RANGE BALLS AND BANQUET
– PRIZE MONEY FOR 1ST AND 2ND, TWO LONG DRIVES AND CLOSEST TO THE PIN PRIZES, RAFFLE PRIZES INCLUDE A TWO NIGHT LAS VEGAS GETAWAY FOR (2)

HOLE SPONSORSHIPS ($250/HOLE) ALL PROCEEDS GO TO “ASHRAE RESEARCH” IN YOUR NAME – SIGN UP ON THE WEB-SITE, OR MAIL CHECK PAYABLE TO “ASHRAE RESEARCH” (MAIL TO SAME ADDRESS ABOVE)

For more information please contact:
Ryan Nedbalski (719-264-4512) rnedbalski@long.com

May 2018 Tour at Pikes Peak Brewery

MAY 2018 LUNCH PROGRAM 

THURSDAY – MAY 17

3:00-5:00 pm

Pikes Peak Brewing Company

1756 Lake Woodmoor Drive

MONUMENT, CO 80132

Please join us for a tour of the Pikes Peak Brewing Company!  Join Founder and Head Brewer, Chris Wright, as he takes you on a tour of Pikes Peak      Brewing’s recent expansion.  With this expansion, they added 6,000 square   feet and a new brew house & fermenters which added 10,000 barrels of         capacity. Chris will answer questions throughout and after the tour.

The tour will begin at 3 p.m. followed by a late-afternoon lunch & socializing  before ending the work day.

Please R.S.V.P. to rnedbalski@long.com

Pikes Peak ASHRAE May Meeting Flyer 5-17-18

2nd ANNUAL 2018 ANNIE OAKLEY SHOOTING EVENT!

ASHRAE Members,

Don’t miss out on the Pikes Peak ASHRAE – ANNIE OAKLEY SHOOT 4 27 2018!!

Please join us for our 2nd Annual Annie Oakley Shoot! What is an Annie Oakley Shoot?

ANNIE OAKLEY SHOOT
Shooters are on a line at a designated distance from the trap house, say 20 yards.
The shooting order is from left to right.
The first 3 or so shooters mount their guns, the first calls for the bird and shoots. If she/he hits, no one else can
shoot and she/he is safe.
Shooting In: if the next shooter in line shoots even though the target has been busted, that person shot-in and receives
a hickey and moves to the end of the line. No shooting broken pieces.
If the first shooter misses, the second shooter shoots. If she/he hits, that gives the 1st shooter a “hickey”, if you get
a hickey you must move to the left end of the line, two hickey’s and you’re knocked out.

PYRAMID SHOOT
Each shooter get’s 5 shots at each of 5 stands, we keep score and give out prizes for first….and next to last
place.

LAST PERSON LEFT IN EACH ROUND SPLITS THE POT WITH ASHRAE!!!

Safety orientation starts at 8 am sharp, 1
st round to start shortly thereafter.

Only $75 per person
-That includes: Access to the range, a lunch voucher and (2) rounds.
(Additional rounds can be purchased for $5 each onsite)
(Shotguns are available to rent on site for $15 ea)

What you will need to bring
– A 12 Gauge Shotgun (an extra if you are willing to share)
– Ammo
– Appropriate Attire: No open toed shoes etc.

Please R.S.V.P. to rnedbalski@long.com

LUNCH/COFFEE INCLUDED
$60 PRE-PAY BY April 6
PRE-PAY ONLINE AND SAVE AT
WWW.PIKESPEAKASHRAE.COM

Friday, April 27 at 8 a.m.
19184 County Road 78
Calhan, CO 80808

See attached Flyer for more information!

RSVP to Ryan Nedbalski at rnedbalski@long.com
Pre-Pay online and save at www.pikespeakashrae.com

Hope to see you there!

MARCH 2018 ASHRAE MEETING-LEGAL AND LIABILITY ISSUES

Pikes Peak ASHRAE March Meeting Flyer 3-29-18

This presentation will focus on two legal problems professionals might       face:   Civil Lawsuits and Licensing Board/Disciplinary Proceedings. We will discuss how the two vary and how there may be some overlap between     the two. The process of a lawsuit will be discussed including, how long the process takes, what the process entails, what the outcomes can be, & how long it typically takes. Likewise, the process of a Licensing Board Disciplinary Proceeding  will  be examined including, how the process can start, what  the process entails, how long it takes and the potential outcomes.

Speaker Biography

MICHAEL WATTS  is a partner with Retherford, Mullen & Moore.  Michael handles cases in multiple practice areas including, General Insurance Defense, Professional Liability Defense, Employment Law Defense, and Bad Faith Litigation. Michael also  represents Licensed Professionals in Actions brought against them by State LicensingBoards or in Lawsuits filed against them. Michael’s favorite part of being an attorney is trial. He has tried multiple cases over the years, taken and defended hundreds oflay and expert witness depositions, prepared and argued motions and litigated  countless cases.