October 2019 ASHRAE ATLANTA CHAPTER MEETING
Panel on Effective Building Operations
Tuesday, October 8th at 11:30 AM
Technical Program Description
Do buildings actually operate as efficiently as designed?
What are building operations best practices?
What’s the role of value engineering on building performance?
Are advanced control sequences better? Are they used effectively by building operators?
We will discuss these questions and more on October 8 at our panel discussion with building operators, controls and mechanical contractors, and an energy auditor/retrocommissioning engineer.
John McFarland of Working Buildings will act as moderator, and panelists will include:
- Mark Gallman, Maintenance Manager, Highwoods Properties
- Justin Neville, Chief Engineer, Parmenter Realty Partners
- Tricia Smith, Account Executive, Automated Logic Controls
- Marco De Zan, President, Mallory and Evans
- Jason Thompson, Director - Demand Side Management, Burton Energy Group
John McFarland, Working Buildings
John is a Principal of Working Buildings LLC, which is a total solutions provider offering innovative facility solutions for new and existing facilities to a diverse clientele with strategic interests. He has spent the last 15 years actively serving as a sustainability consultant and commissioning authority working on projects including higher education facilities, hospitals, medical buildings, office buildings, state-of-the-art data centers, and other high-performance and containment research facilities.
Alternative Commuting Door Prize & Raffle
If you carpool, walk, bike, or take public transit (no single-occupant ride-share!) to ASHRAE meetings this year, we will put your name in a drawing for a small prize.
Remember to enter our chapter meeting raffle. Last month we raffled off a $100 Amazon Gift Card. Stay tuned for this month's raffle prize. Cash and credit card will be accepted.