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ASHRAE Toronto - 2015 Commissioning Seminar & Dinner Meeting

  • 02 Mar 2015
  • 2:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Spirale Banquet & Conference Centre, 888 Don Mills Rd, Toronto, ON M3C 1V6
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Seminar 2-5pm
Dinner 5-8:30pm
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Commissioning Services Seminar & Dinner Meeting




Date: Monday, March 2nd, 2015

Seminar:


Dinner Meeting:


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2:00 PM to 5:00 PM


5:00 PM to 8:30 PM



Spirale Banquet & Conference Centre, 888 Don Mills Rd, Toronto, ON M3C 1V6


ASHRAE Toronto Chapter in partnership with the Building Commissioning Association (BCA) and the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) will be hosting a commissioning seminar and dinner meeting on Monday, March 2nd, 2015.


Please register for the afternoon seminar, dinner meeting or both events.  





Commissioning Seminar
2:00pm - 5:00pm

Topics

1. Commissioning Services Reality Check – Proposal Versus Actual


There can be different ideas on the scope of work included by the commissioning services provider. Come and learn the differences between BCA guidelines and current market requests, how the proposal is reflected in bid pricing and scope creep affecting quality and overall costs


Speaker: Alan Sutton, VIP Energy Services


2. Building Envelope Commissioning - Air Leakage and Enclosure Integrity Testing


Building air leakage testing can be part of the overall building envelope commissioning; or as individual applications to meet clients’ specific needs. This presentation will explain the techniques for air leakage and enclosure integrity testing as well as how they fit into to the bigger building commissioning picture. Case studies
will be also presented.

Speakers: Jennifer Hogan and Edward Cai, Pretium Anderson Building Engineers


3. Ongoing Commissioning Systems

The benefits of building commissioning are obvious. It is also obvious that six months later many of the benefits can be lost. Ongoing commissioning is a program that works to ensure the performance of the building is maintained even after the commissioner leaves. Through the electronic collection of operating data the program evaluates system performance and records, advises and corrects to maintain system efficiency. Energy performance and occupant comfort are two of the prime goals of an ongoing
commissioning program.


Speakers: Marco Ottavino and Grant Sheahan, Honeywell Ltd.


4. ASHRAE Standard 202


The commissioning process is often subject to confusion and misinterpretations. Learn the fundamentals of this code-language standard including the commissioning process intent, deliverables and activities. Understand how the standard 202 document can be best applied in steering the commissioning process to the benefit of all concerned.

Speaker: Derek Cheung, Isotherm Engineering Ltd.

5. Case Study

Structured around the first principles outlined in the ASHRAE standard 202 presentation, this session will utilize recently completed projects to reinforce the benefits of utilizing the ASHRAE 202 standard for establishing performance verification measures.

Speaker: Chris Piche, Integral Group

6. BOMA BESt National Green Building Report

Results and highlights from the BOMA BESt National Green Building Report with emphasis on the need for continuous commissioning and improved building operations.

Speaker: Bala Gnanam, BOMA Toronto




Dinner Meeting
5:00pm - 8:30pm

Building Energy Incentives from Enbridge & Toronto Hydro




Mark Cammisuli  - Enbridge

Enbridge is committed to helping you reduce your energy consumption and improve your bottom line. Whether you're designing a new building or retrofitting your existing assets, they offer free services and financial incentives designed to help commercial customers make the most of the energy they consume.


Mark Cammisuli is an Energy Solutions Consultant at Enbridge Gas Distribution, where he provides engineering support and delivers financial incentives for gas-saving projects in large commercial and institutional buildings across the GTA. He is a Professional Engineer and Certified Energy Manager with specific expertise in the areas of steam and hot water boiler systems and complex HVAC systems.





Peter Rombos - Toronto Hydro


Peter Rombos is a Technical Energy Consultant within the Conservation Demand Management group at Toronto Hydro. He evaluates and assists customers with energy efficiency projects ensuring the projects will receive the maximum available incentive from the OPA conservation programs. He has 25 years of experience with 10 years in the Building industry. Particular areas of expertise are Energy Audits, LEED EBOM projects and requirements, sustainability strategies as well as Renewable Energy. He is an accredited CEM, LEED EBOM and P.Eng




Need Assistance?

Feel free to contact the following members for further details:

Peter Turk
ASHRAE Toronto
Chapter Technology Transfer Committee
[
PTurk@victaulic.com]


Derek Cheung
BCA Eastern Canadian Chapter - Secretary

[
D.cheung@isothermengineering.com]



Peter is currently a Technical Energy Consultant within the Conservation Demand Management group at Toronto Hydro. There, he evaluates and assists customers with energy efficiency projects ensuring the projects will receive the maximum available incentive from the OPA conservation programs. He has 25 years of experience with 10 years in the Building industry. Particular areas of expertise are Energy Audits, LEED EBOM projects and requirements, sustainability strategies as well as Renewable Energy. He is an accredited CEM, LEED EBOM and P.Eng

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