Save the date! A crowd favorite returns to ASHRAE!
PPRBD will present their annual round table discussion at Pikes Peak ASHRAE on Nov 10. This will be an opportunity to hear about how to best navigate PPRBD under COVID conditions, and you could probably talk them into answering your questions about any code topics or plan review best practices that interest you. While our guest speakers will appear via Teams, this will be a live discussion and they will be available for Q&A.
Please see the attached flyer for more details, but here are a few nuggets:
11:30a – arrival, nametags, food is available; can jump in via Teams for virtual attendees
11:45a – announcements and welcome
11:55a – start presentation by our featured speakers, virtually via Teams (Teams invite will be sent separately, soon)
1:00p – dismiss
We are looking forward to getting together.
Please RSVP prior to the deadline, or you may go hungry!
Creating a World of Zero Energy Buildings by ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer Dr. Paul Torcellini from NREL
Tuesday October 13 Virtual speaker, but LIVE AND IN PERSON colleagues! With social distancing in place and appropriate use of masks. New this month: You may also attend virtually via Microsoft Teams. 11:30am-1:00 pm Chik Fil A catered lunch starts at 11:30a; presentation starts at noon * LOCATION* Fellowship of the Rockies Church 1625 S 8th St, Colorado Springs, CO 80905
(8) Chapter Meetings with both socially distanced in-person option AND virtual option.
Our first “face to face” meeting since February, is coming right up… Tuesday September 8. 11:30 1:00 at Fellowship of the Rockies Church, 1625 S. 8th Street CS, 80905. Plenty of parking and easy access!
Our yearly golf event that we would normally hold in September, has officially been postponed until the Spring. We are now targeting Friday, May 21, 2021. With all of the virus issues and from the results from our survey, this just seemed like the wisest course of action. We do look forward to putting together a great event in May, so please mark your calendars for this outing!
Claims have long been identified as
one the most significant issues that face contractors, owners and architect/engineers
alike. Invariably, claims create an adverse environment that often prevents
long-term relationships, the foundation of a strong company. This presentation
investigates the common causes of claims and then builds on that knowledge to
generate common sense strategies to avoid claims and manage risk.
Join us for our November meeting with the Pikes Peak chapter
on Thursday, 11/21 from 11:00AM to 1:00PM. Don Piano, Manager and Training
Director for the Pikes Peak Mechanical Contractors Association, will be
presenting on the details and importance of Carbon Monoxide Safety. Please see
the attached biography and topic of presentation for more information.
this month’s meeting will be held at the Knights of Columbus building at 22 W.
Pikes Peak Avenue (adjacent to downtown library). This may be our Chapter’s new
meeting place! Detailed directions to the new meeting place are attached. The