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HVAC Design Training: Tools for High Performance Building Design

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HVAC Design Training: Tools for High Performance Building Design

  • 29 Mar 2021 – 31 Mar 2021
  • Virtual | Level ll
    12:00pm – 4:20pm EDT

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Course Description

Virtual | 29 – 31 March 2021

ASHRAE offers HVAC Design Training: Tools for High Performance Building Design, March 2021

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  • Fees

    Registration Fees

    (Register 30 days prior to training date, for Early Bird pricing)

    Level Il – Applications Member Non-Member
    Early Bird $594 $743
    Standard $637 $796

    Fee Covers: Course admittance, course materials and publications.
    Training recordings are not available.

    Company Discount Fee: Enroll 3 or more participants from the same company at the same time and save. Email Tewana Parris, Professional Development Coordinator at tparris@ashrae.org for group registration assistance.


    Cancellation Policy

    Registration fees will be refunded in full if cancellation is received by ASHRAE Learning Institute at least 30 days prior to the training date. Cancellations received 15–29 days prior to the training date are subject to a $150 cancellation fee. Registrants who do not attend the training or who cancel less than 15 days prior to the training date are liable for the entire registration fee. A substitute registrant may be enrolled at any time by contacting Tewana Parris at tparris@ashrae.org, or by phone at 678-539-2121. Member/Non-Member rates will apply to the substitute registrant.

  • Level II

    HVAC Design: Level II – Applications

    ASHRAE’s HVAC Design: Level II – Applications training provides participants with instruction on HVAC system design. The training is tailored for engineers with advanced experience in the HVAC design field, or those who have completed HVAC Design: Level I – Essentials. Developed by industry-leading professionals, the training provides advanced information that allows practicing engineers and designers an opportunity to expand their exposure to HVAC systems design procedures for a better understanding of system options to save energy.


    Who Should Attend

    • Engineers with HVAC design experience (3–10 years)
    • Participants who attended the HVAC Design: Level I – Essentials
    • Architects who want an in-depth understanding of HVAC design
    • Facilities managers involved in new construction or major renovation projects
    • Technicians who would like to gain thorough design knowledge
    • Construction project managers involved with mechanical systems

    How Your Firm Will Benefit

    The training allows practicing engineers and designers the opportunity to refresh their skills, as well as, expand their exposure to systems and design procedures. Attendees not practicing as designers will be provided with insights into the design process and challenges along with a better understanding of HVAC system options with buildings.


    Primary References (Not included or required with the course.)

    Advanced Energy Design Guides

    Standard 55–Thermal Environmental Conditions for Human Occupancy

    Standard 62.1–Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality

    Standard 90.1–Energy Standard for Buildings

    Standard 189.1–Design of High-Performance Green Buildings


    Bonus – Free Copy of ASHRAE GreenGuide: The Design, Construction, and Operation of Sustainable Buildings, 5th ed.

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    Attendees receive a free copy of ASHRAE GreenGuide: Design, Construction, and Operation of Sustainable Buildings, 5th ed. – a value of over $100.

    Learn more about the guide

  • Level ll: Outline

    Day 1

        12:00               Introductions

        12:05               Sustainability/Green/LEED/HPB/NZEB

        1:20                 Standard 55

        2:10                 Break

        2:20                 Standard 62.1 (cont.)

        3:35                 Building Systems: Example 1 Education Facility

        4:15                 Adjourn

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    Day 2

       12:00                Building Systems: Example 1 Education Facility (cont.)

        2:00                 Break

        2:10                 Building Systems: Example 1 Education Facility (cont.)

        4:15                 Adjourn

    _____________________________________________________________

    Day 3

       12:00                Building Systems: Example 1 Education Facility (cont.)

       12:45                Building Systems: Example 2 Multi-Story Office Building

        2:00                 Break

        2:10                 Building Systems: Example 2 Multi-Story Office Building (cont.)

        2:55                 Building Systems: Example 3 Multi-Story Office Building

        4:15                 Adjourn

  • Instructors

    Instructors

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    Donald L. Brandt, CEM, Life Member ASHRAE, BEAP

    Donald L. Brandt worked for Trane the entire 39 years of his HVAC industry career. He held the positions of sales engineer, sales manager, trainer, facility manager and controls project manager. During his tenure, he worked in the sales offices in Wilkes-Barre-Allentown, PA, and Phoenix, AZ.

    Brandt has been active in ASHRAE, serving at the Chapter, Regional and Society Levels, including DRC for Region X from 2002-2005, Standards Committee from 2005-2009 and Nominating Committee from 2010-2016. He received the ASHRAE Distinguished Service Award in 2005 and the Exceptional Service Award in 2015.

    Brandt is an ASHRAE Learning Institute instructor for the “HVAC Design-Essentials” and “HVAC Design-Applications” courses, both in the US and internationally. He is also the author of the new “Fundamentals of Psychrometry” self-directed learning course. He is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University with a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering.


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    Charlie Henck, P.E., Fellow/Life Member ASHRAE, CEM, LEED AP

    As a former design engineer, project manager, and department head during his career, Charlie Henck, P.E., Fellow/Life Member, both designed and renovated healthcare systems, office buildings, laboratories, data centers, and more. Henck has served on many ASHRAE committees and acted as past Director and Regional Chair (DRC) for Region III. He is the current chair of the Professional Development Committee (PDC) and secretary for Technical Committee (TC) 9.1, Large Building Air-Conditioning Systems. Henck wrote, edited, and revised portions of ASHRAE Laboratory Design Guide, Second Edition, with a focus on air treatment, particularly the requirements for allowable concentration limits and the technologies available to achieve acceptable levels. Henck is also actively involved in revising portions of ASHRAE Handbook—HVAC Systems and Equipment.

  • Location

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