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    2020 September Meeting

    September 16, 2020
    12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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    Topic:  2018 IECC Denver Code Amendments

    Description:  Denver has adopted the 2018 IECC, with amendments, which went into effect in April 2020.  In this co-presentation with Michael Fulton of Western Mechanical Solutions and Taylor Roberts of Group 14 Engineers, inside into these amendments will be provided, including:

    • Clarification on how to model projects and the modified baseline to use
    • Changes to C406 (additional efficiency option) for prescriptive or COMcheck projects
    • When to leakage test buildings
    • When airflow stations are required on MAU’s and DOAS units
    • How energy recovery requirements were modified

     

    Speaker: Michael Fulton, P.E., Western Mechanical Solutions: Michael Fulton, P.E. founded Western Mechanical Solutions to focus on minimizing the energy use of buildings through innovative application of engineering. WMS represents various energy recovery products. Mike has 30 years of experience in equipment sales, consulting and construction. He graduated from the University of Maine with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He is actively involved with ASHRAE, past president of the Rocky Mountain Chapter (2002-2003), has been involved with the local ASHRAE tech conference since 1996, and has been the north section (Fort Collins) chair since 2008.

    Taylor Roberts, PE, BEMP, LEED AP BD+C, is a building performance engineer at Group14 Engineering, an energy efficiency and sustainability consulting firm in Denver, Colorado. He has seven years of experience providing energy analysis and optimization consulting for the built environment. Taylor has performed whole building energy analysis using OpenStudio, EnergyPlus, and eQuest for energy design assistance, utility demand-side management programs, and projects pursuing LEED certification. Project types Taylor has worked on include office, multifamily, higher education (including dining centers and labs), hospitals, medical office buildings, and retail buildings.  

    Prior to the meeting, Rocky Mountain ASHRAE will send out a webinar link for all whom are signed up. 

    Rocky Mountain is requesting a $10 donation to join the webinar. If you would like to donate an additional amount please use the following link: https://rockymtnashrae.com/catalog.php?cat=4&pid=9

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    $10.00 Non-Member Registration

     

     

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