What You'll Learn
As a Building Engineer, you're always looking for ways to improve your building's performance and save money through operational costs, while ensuring the comfort of your tenants. One surefire way to effectively accomplish this is by learning different energy savings strategies that can optimize your building's performance throughout summer, spring, fall, and winter.
Join us for the August Engineers Lunch to hear Chris Wilson from Environmental Systems Design, Inc. as he discusses heating and cooling energy savings tips through retro-commissioning.
Attendees will learn more about:
- Night time purge
- Chiller optimization
- Static reset
- and the pros and cons of energy savings strategies
A facility tour will follow the presentation.
About Chris Wilson: As a consulting engineer in the built environment, Chris is dedicated to providing sustainable design solutions that change how buildings impact our society. He has experience in the assessment, planning and design of building automation systems including HVAC controls, electrical power monitoring and integration of building technology systems to improve facility sustainability and energy performance. As the Studio Leader for ESD's Energy+Eco group, he helps achieve clients' "triple bottom line" by reducing costs associated with energy consumption and maintenance, migrating climate change through carbon dioxide reductions and improving occupant comfort and health.
Fees: The fee for BOMA Building Engineers is $25. Associate members pay $40. (Only one Associate member representative per company.)
Register: The deadline to register is Friday, July 28. Please note any food allergies or restrictions. Non-member vendors will not be admitted.
Cancellations: Cancellations must be received within 24 hours in advance of the lunch to receive a refund.