Have you heard of our ASHRAE chapter launching its first Women In ASHRAE event early next year? We’re going to be doing a wine tasting event open to women in the industry as well as to men who bring a female coworker/friend to the event.
We’re aiming for the beginning of March and are looking for corporate sponsors among our closely affiliated companies! If you think Engineered Air would like to become a partner in sponsoring this event, please let me know!
Further details to follow.
Topic: Lessons Learned from Implementing an Energy Efficiency Code
Speakers: Justin Pockar (City of Calgary) & Alexander Tansowny (Dialog)
Synopsis: Building energy efficiency codes are unlike any other building regulation. The need to be flexible but also consistent poses challenges for applying the code and enforcement. In the two years since Alberta implemented its first energy efficiency code for buildings industry has learned how to best address the subtleties of the code and municipalities have evolved in their methods for enforcement. Join City of Calgary’s Justin Pockar and DIALOG’s Alexander Tansowny for a discussion on what we have learned applying the NECB and where energy codes are going in the future.
A technical tour of the recently completed combined heat and power (CHP) plant at MRU followed by a tour of the new Riddel Library.
We will gather at the Wild Rose Brewery to finish with a social gathering, introduction to the 2018/2019 BOG members and dinner.
EVENT SOLD OUT.
Join your ASHRAE Board and our Past Presidents in celebrating our 60th Anniversary as an ASHRAE Chapter.
October's meeting will be a social to celebrate 60 incredible years of local member and non-member support and we are hoping to have all of our available past Presidents’ attend. Bring your partners and introduce them to your friends and colleagues for a reduced combined rate.
Society Guest: Tim Wentz (society past President 2016-2017)
- Dinner will be catered by Canada's top Chef from Char Bar
- History presentation by Wayne Keenan
- Short speech from some of our esteemed guests.
- Cash bar
- Free parking
Dress code: Business attire
For more information on the event and sponsorship opportunities, please contact:
- Peter Litwinow – 403-826-2132
- Don Blacklock – 403-801-9492
- David Lima – 403-554 5831
You will receive an email confirmation when you have registered. Contact us if there are any difficulties registering.
A technical tour of the recently commissioned combined heat and power (CHP) plant at the north end of Chinook Mall. Look inside one of the CHP units and witness a start-up and connection to the grid; finish with a social gathering, canapés and pizza.