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Steve Tredinnick, P.E., Member ASHRAE

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Steve Tredinnick, P.E., Member ASHRAE



    Steve Tredinnick, P.E., CEM, ASHRAE Fellow, is senior project manager at Burns & McDonnell, an international consulting and construction company. A published author and frequent speaker, Tredinnick is a recognized industry leader advocating for increased reliance on district energy facilities as a vital component of enhanced energy security, efficiency, and grid stability. With more than 38 years' experience in HVAC and district energy systems, Tredinnick has consulted and led project teams on some of the largest and most innovative central utility and district energy projects in North America and worked on several in the Arabian Gulf region. Tredinnick is past president of the Minnesota Chapter of ASHRAE and has chaired the ASHRAE Technical Committee on District Energy and also active in other committees related to hydronic and steam heating systems and is currently involved with the updating of ASHRAE Guideline 22, Instrumentation For Monitoring Central Chilled-Water Plant Efficiency and ANSI/CSA 448.1 Design And Installation Of Ground Source Heat Pump Systems For Commercial And Residential Buildings.

    Course Taught

    6 Hours

    District Cooling for Designers and Owners (MENA)

    NYSERDA Webinars

    Community Heat Pump System Planning Challenges

    Design for the Consumer Interconnection for District/Community Energy Systems

    Commercial Scale In-Building Equipment for 4th & 5th Generation Water Sources

    Design for Preventive Maintenance and Repairs