ASHRAE Toronto Dinner Meeting - A Tale of Two Designs: 111 Richmond W - January 8th, 2018

  • 08 Jan 2018
  • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • The University Club of Toronto - 380 University Avenue - Toronto, Ontario M5G 1R6
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NOTICE OF MEETING


A TALE OF TWO DESIGNS:

111 RICHMOND ST W



 Date:  Monday January 8th 2018
   
 Venue:   The University Club of Toronto
 380 University Avenue
 Toronto Ontario M5G 1R6

 Click here for directions
   
 Networking & Mentorship:  5:00 PM to 6:30 PM 


 Dinner & Presentation:  6:30 PM to 9:00 PM

MEMBERSHIP PROMOTION &

MENTORSHIP CONNECTION NIGHT


Toronto Chapter is excited to launch our Mentorship Program which will bring together yourself with fellow members in a mentor/mentee dynamic.

During the dinner meeting from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm the kick off Mentorship Program meeting will be held in the dinner venue. No action required other than showing on Monday January 8th 2018!


   

FEATURED PRESENTATION

A Tale of Two Designs:

111 Richmond St W

111 Richmond Street West was an aging heritage building in need of a major refit. Over the years, HVAC ductwork and other systems were squeezed into a building not designed for them, resulting in low ceilings and a cave-like feel. The mandate for our team, while maintaining the historic character of the building, was to remove all existing finishes and systems back to the structure, update the building with modern systems and interior finishes, and upgrade the building envelope. We were further tasked with raising the ceilings as high as possible to achieve a more open feel.

After consideration of many options, a design based on chilled beams rose to the top, despite some challenges along the way. The owner was on the verge of awarding the construction contract when the 2008 financial crisis intervened. We went back to the drawing board and developed innovative ways to use more traditional systems to achieve the Owner's goals within a much tighter budget.



GUEST SPEAKER

Craig Renouf, P.Eng.

Craig Renouf is a University of Waterloo graduate with over 21 years of engineering consulting experience. Craig is a Senior Associate at The HIDI Group and the Mechanical Lead for a multitude of projects. He has led the design of numerous institutional, commercial, residential and healthcare projects, including Ryerson University’s Ted Rogers School of Management and G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, the Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care, and the Toronto Eaton Centre Bay and Dundas Redevelopment.





No Walk-In Registrations will be Permitted





Need Assistance?

Feel free to contact the following:

Badri Patel
ASHRAE Toronto Programs Committee Member
[Badri.Patel@mail.ashrae.org]

Beatriz Salazar
ASHRAE Toronto Programs Committee Member
[Bo.Salazarg@gmail.com]

Emma Wildeman
ASHRAE Toronto Programs Chair 

[EWildeman@TorontoHydro.com]

Abhishek Khurana
ASHRAE Toronto Membership Chair 

[Abhishek.Khurana@Trane.com]

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