From Campus Infrastructure Planning to Operations - Take Control of your Operational Costs & Systems Performance


From Campus Infrastructure Planning to Operations - Take Control of your Operational Costs & Systems Performance


HVAC & Energy systems are becoming more complex- Join us in exploring planning, construction, and operational processes that higher education campuses are undertaking to ensure successful operations & maintenance outcomes are attained throughout their facilities.   


Morning Presentation


Designing mechanical systems to meet the new energy codes and your capital & operational budgets



New energy codes are forcing mechanical designers to develop mechanical system solutions that might not meet your current campus standards. Join us to learn more about how to develop or maintain your campus’s energy and HVAC standards to meet the new state (WA &OR) energy codes; we will explore common and innovative mechanical design solution that are developed to meet the new energy codes while still maintaining your campus’s standards. In addition, McKinstry’s commissioning team will cover best practices and lessons learned in creating preventative maintenance tasks to maintain complex HVAC systems.



Kristina Sing- Design Engineering Manager, McKinstry

Joe Moroni – Technical Services Program Manager, McKinstry


Midday Presentation Title


Predictable outcomes in transitioning facilities from construction to operations



Educational facilities new construction and renovation projects are becoming more complex, leading to operational challenges for facilities teams. Learn how higher education institutes are ensuring their facilities teams are equipped with the knowledge and tools to ensure proper operations of complex new and renovated facilities.



Dave Ernevad- Capital Projects Director, Seattle Central College   

Geremey Wolff- Commissioning Manager, McKinstry  

Ric Cochrane – Business Development Manager, McKinstry


Afternoon Presentation


You have sub-metered your campus, now what?



Is your campus meter data reading correctly? Do you have the time or the manpower to manage all the meter data? If the data is managed, then what do you do with the data? This session will answer these questions and highlight approaches to building a mature energy management program to maximize the value of existing data. Learn from lessons learned in campus sub-metering from community colleges and higher education facilities.



Norm Menter- Resource Conservation Manager- University of Washington 

Hendrik Van Hemert- Energy Management Operations Director, McKinstry  




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  • When

  • Tuesday, June 27, 2017
    9:30 AM - 3:30 PM

  • Where

  • South Seattle College
    6000 16th Avenue SW
    Seattle, Washington 98106-1499

  • Capacity

  • 75 (14 remaining)

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