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How to Design a Healthier, More Profitable Building - ASHRAE Hamilton & Toronto Chapter Joint Event - April 1st, 2019

  • 01 Apr 2019
  • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Oakville Conference Centre, 2515 Wyecroft Rd, Oakville, ON L6L 6P8
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How to Design a Healthier, More Profitable Building with Better Coordination with Owners and their Team


ASHRAE Toronto & Hamilton Chapter Joint Event


 Date:  Monday April 1st, 2019
 Venue:  Oakville Conference Centre
 2515 Wyecroft Rd, Oakville, ON L6L 6P8
 Networking & Registration:  5:00 pm to 6:00 pm

 Dinner & Presentation:  6:00 pm to 9:00 pm



Green & Sustainable Practices and ASHRAE Standards – How to Design a Healthier, More Profitable Building with Better Coordination with Owners and their Team

GBCI Approved | 1.5 CE Hours*

AIA Approved | 1.5 LU/HSW*

Learn how to surpass the ASHRAE Standards to refine and better maintain your mechanical and electrical/lighting systems. This will help conserve energy, enhance the health, well-being, and productivity of the occupants of your clients’ buildings, and save (read that “make”) money for your client, the building owner.

*Certificates of attendance provided by request



James L. Newman, OPMP, BEAP

Owner/Managing Partner

Newman Consulting Group, LLC

Jim Newman is an active member of many technical societies, a member of the Construction and Design Committee and of the Speakers Bureau of the Engineering Society of Detroit (ESD), and ESD’s spokesperson on energy and environmental issues. He is a Fellow of the ESD.

Jim is a trainer for ASHRAE Energy Standard 90.1 and has trained hundreds of architects, engineers, code officials, and contractors on the use of the Standard. He has been active in several ASHRAE TCs, was Vice-chair of the Industrial Air Conditioning TC in the 1970s, chaired many symposia and was responsible for the rewrite of 10 chapters in the Applications Guide and Data Book during that time. He has also been active on TC 5.5, Air-to-Air Energy Recovery, for the past 12 years. He was a member of the committee that developed ASHRAE’s Energy Policy Document for 2008 and a Provisional Energy Auditor for the pilot program of the ASHRAE Building Energy Quotient (bEQ).

He is a member of the Energy and Environment Committee of BOMA International, Chair of the Sustainability Committee of the Detroit BOMA chapter, a past Board member of the Detroit Regional Chapter (DRC) of the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) and of the Detroit ASHRAE chapter. Jim is Past Chair of the Public Policy Committee of USGBC-Detroit Regional Chapter (DRC), and makes presentations to municipalities on how they can Green their cities and attract Green development.

Jim lectures at area colleges and universities, is a frequent speaker on radio and television programs, and provides webcasts and podcasts to varied audiences on Indoor Air Quality, Energy, Sustainable Buildings and Proper Operating and Maintenance Techniques.

Jim has published numerous papers on Indoor Air Quality, Energy Conservation and USGBC and LEED, and is an internationally recognized speaker on these issues and on Green Design and Efficient Operating and Maintenance practices. His most recent book, co-authored with two attorneys, Current Critical Issues in Environmental Law – Green Buildings and Sustainable Development, was published by Lexis Nexis in June 2008.

He writes a periodic column for the monthly Newsletter of the Detroit ASHRAE Chapter on LEED and Sustainable Design and is LEED Project Administrator for many LEED-certified buildings in the United States as well as elsewhere in the world, with certifications ranging from Certified to Platinum in many different categories.

Take advantage of our early bird pricing by registering before March 25th, 2019 and save up to $10 !!

Early Bird ($) Regular Price ($)
Life Member/Student Member 30 40
Members 60 70
Guest 75 85
Student 35 45
YEA 55 65

No Walk-In Registrations will be Permitted


Need Assistance?

Feel free to contact the following:

Beatriz Salazar
ASHRAE Toronto Technology Transfer Committee Chair

Mitchell Rohrer
ASHRAE Hamilton Technology Transfer Committee Chair


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