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ASHRAE Toronto - October 2012 Dinner Meeting & Tour

  • 01 Oct 2012
  • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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Registration

  • Members who purchased the full year meal plan prior to the first dinner meeting. Enter your coupon code to register.
  • *Please note - Valid student ID required.

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Toronto Chapter

 

Notice of Meeting


Registration Closes at 4PM Wed. Sept. 26

Pre-Registraion is Required

 

Date: Monday October 1st, 2012 
Tour:
MAP
4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Evergreen Brick Works
Young Welcome Centre
Reception & Dinner:
MAP
5:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Fantasy Farm
50 Pottery Road, Toronto

We ask that you pre-register for the dinner meeting at your earliest convenience online at www.torontoashrae.com, select “Meeting Registration and Calendar” from the left tab and then “Register” button for the ASHRAE Toronto - October 2012 Dinner Meeting.  You may also still register through the ASHRAE chapter office (Sabrina Tai - 905 602 4714 or stai@hrai.ca). No walk-in registrations will be permitted for this event.


Sustainable Community Project
Evergreen Brick Works

Theme: Award & History Promotion Night


ASHRAE Toronto's October 2012 dinner meeting is themed Award/History Promotion Night and will be hosted at Fantasy Farm, located at 50 Pottery Road in Toronto, Ontario. There will be a limited registration technical tour prior to the dinner, where members will tour the world-renowned Evergreen Brick Works.

Technical Tour:

The tour will start at 4:00 PM. Registrants are asked to meet in the lobby at least 15 minutes prior to the tour start. Please note only members pre-registered for the tour will be allowed to attend.

 

Location: Evergreen Brick Works Young Welcome Centre

550 Bayview Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M4W 3X8

*Technical tour is available only for members who are attending the dinner meeting (LIMITED to 30 SPACES). Registration is required.

Dinner Presentation:

Evergreen Brick Works is Canada’s first large-scale community environmental centre. This month presentation will include overview of Evergreen Bricks’ sustainable community project. Our guest speakers will discuss the integrated sustainable building design process (ISBD), sustainable and leading-edge green technologies incorporated in the Brick Works revitalization project.

Presentation Topics:

  • Evergreen Brick Works Integrated Sustainable Building Design
  • Energy Efficient Technology – Low Temperature Hydronic Heating Systems

Guest Speakers

Luka Matutinovic, P.Eng., LEED AP BD+C


Luka is a building energy specialist with experience in predicting, analyzing and improving the performance of new and existing buildings. Combining his expertise in detailed energy simulation with practical, hands-on retro-commissioning, Luka helps people make design and operational decisions that contribute to the triple-bottom line. Over the last 6 years, he has delivered energy consulting services on over 50 residential, commercial and institutional projects. Luka’s experience spans LEED design and implementation management, measurement and verification, energy assessments, and performance simulation, including leading the energy and comfort modelling of Evergreen’s Centre for Green Cities at the Brick Works. Luka is a member of ASHRAE, IBPSA-Canada and is an experienced CaGBC energy modeller. He is a frequent speaker at industry events on energy use in buildings.


Christopher Makarewicz, Dipl.T, B.Eng

Christopher Makarewicz as a national Sales Manager at Jaga Climate Systems, provide technical services and project support on current and future an award-winning, energy-saving heating system throughout Canada and USA. With a concentration in HVAC design, Chris has a proven record of keeping hydronic heating projects on schedule while ensuring satisfaction and communication between suppliers, engineers and customers. Chris holds a bachelor of mechanical engineering from McMaster University at Hamilton and an advanced diploma in mechanical engineering technology from Mohawk College at Hamilton. Most recently, he has worked on projects by Westbank, Burnaby School board and NYCPR including the Telus gardens, Douglas School, World Trade Center Memorial Building, Fort McMurray Airport Revitalization and the Brickworks in Toronto.


Need Assistance?

Feel free to contact the following members for further details:

Christine Choi

ASHRAE Toronto Chapter Technology Transfer Committee (CTTC) Chair