Friday April 20, 2012
Clarion Hotel & Conference Center
314 West Bijou St
Colorado Springs, CO
|8:30 AM||Morning Session|
|1:00 PM||Afternoon Session|
VAV SYSTEM DESIGN: PROBLEMS & OPPORTUNITIES
WILLIAM J. COAD, P.E.
President, Coad Engineering Enterprises
St. Louis, MO
William J. Coad, President of Coad Engineering Enterprises is a consulting principal and past Chairman and CEO of McClure Engineering Associates, and past President of ASHRAE. He received his degree in Mechanical Engineering from Washington University in 1957, and is a registered professional engineer in 37 states. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Mestek Corporation of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Exergen Corporation of Watertown, Massachusetts and HBS Acquisition Corporation of Delaware.
In the field of Engineering Education, he served as a lecturer in Mechanical Engineering (undergraduate level) for 12 years in Washington University in St. Louis, and for 17 years as an Affiliate Professor teaching graduate courses in Mechanical Engineering and serving as a student thesis advisor in building environmental systems design.
Mr. Coad is a member of the Consulting Engineer's Council, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and a Fellow in the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). He is a recipient of ASHRAE's Distinguished and Outstanding Service Awards, the Crosby Field Award for the best paper published by ASHRAE in 1985, the Louise & Bill Holladay Distinguished Fellow Award, the award for Best Journal Article of 1991, the Andrew T. Boggs Service Award and ASHRAE's highest award for technical achievement, the F. Paul Anderson Award. He is a recipient of the Washington University Alumni Achievement Award, and the Donald Julius Groen Prize of the British Institute of Mechanical Engineers.
He has published 2 books and numerous articles and papers in United States and Foreign Journals on topics related to various aspects of Engineering Philosophy and Building Environmental Systems.