April 14-16, 2010
Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino - Las Vegas, NV
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
Jim Magee, CxA, Facility Commissioning Group
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Thursday, April 15, 2010
AABC Energy Management Program
Andrew Heitman, CEM, CxA | Chairman, AABC Energy Management Committee | Building Energy Sciences, LLC
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Making the Business Case for RetroCommissioning
Evan Mills, Ph.D., | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
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ASHRAE Building Energy Quotient Labeling Program
Bruce D. Hunn | Director of Strategic Technical Programs, ASHRAE
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Friday, April 16, 2010
ASHRAE 189.1: What Does it Mean for Commissioning Providers?
Kent W. Peterson, P.E., LEED AP | Chairman, 189.1 Committee, P2S Engineering
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Building Envelope Commissioning
Kevin Knight & John Runkle | P.E., Architectural Testing, Inc
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Action-Oriented Energy Benchmarking
Evan Mills, Ph D | Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
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Insurance for Commissioning Professionals: Risks and Solutions
Diane Mika | XL Specialty Insurance Company
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Comprehensive testing and balancing (TAB) and functional performance testing are vital to the commissioning process. It is therefore recommended that certified, independent testing specialists perform this work on all commissioning projects.
The Associated Air Balance Council (AABC) is a nonprofit association of certified, independent test and balance engineers, who by definition are qualified to provide specialized testing services on commissioning projects.
Click here for a listing of AABC members.