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McHenry "Mack" Wallace, Jr., P.E., LEED® AP

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ASHRAE Course Instructor

McHenry (Mack) Wallace, P.E., Member ASHRAE, LEED® AP


    McHenry "Mack" Wallace, Jr. was attending Rice University during the oil embargo in 1973. He has worked to reduce energy use in buildings throughout his career as a contractor and consulting engineer. Mack joined the 90.1 committee in the 90s and helped write the first ASHRAE Standard written in Code language, 90.1-1999. Mack began to develop training material and presenting it for the ASHRAE Learning Institute based on 90.1 2004 and has continued for every edition. He was on the committee during the big push for the 90.1-2010 edition to be 30% better than the 2004 edition. He is on the committee now as 90.1 is starting on the path to Carbon Neutral by 2031. Mack brings his deep understanding of the Standard and his passion for the topic to this training. He is currently the Global Mechanical Practice Director for Jacobs and has his own company, Wisewatt LLC, that has a patented software product for energy analysis.

    Course Taught

    6 hours

    ASHRAE 90.1-2022: Starting the Path to Net Zero Buildings 

    ASHRAE 90.1 Code Compliance and Plan Review for Authorities Having Jurisdiction

    Choosing the Right Energy Code for Your Project: IECC 2018 or ASHRAE 90.1-2016

    Complying with Standard 90.1-2016

    Complying with Standard 90.1-2013

    Energy Modeling Best Practices and Applications

    Exceeding Standard 90.1-2013 to Meet LEED® Requirements 

    3 Hour

    Complying with Standard 90.1-2016: Appendix G

    Complying with Standard 90.1-2016: HVAC/Mechanical

    Complying with Standard 90.1-2013: HVAC/Mechanical

    Exceeding Standard 90.1-2013 to Meet LEED® Requirements

    Starting the Path to Net Zero Buildings Using ASHRAE 90.1-2022