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ASHRAE Toronto - May 2013 Dinner Meeting

  • 06 May 2013
  • 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • First Canadian Place - Toronto Board of Trade [77 Adelaide St. West]
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2012/13 Last Dinner Meeting

ASHRAE Toronto Chapter will like to invite our Chapter members and the guests to our last 2012/13 dinner meeting.

Date: Monday May 6th, 2013
Reception & Cocktail:

Dinner Meeting

5:00 PM to 6:00 PM

6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
First Canadian Place
Toronto Board of Trade
East Ballroom
77 Adelaide St. West, Toronto

Feature Presentation:

Algonquin Centre for Construction Excellence (ACCE)

Presentation Details:
Algonquin College, Centre of Construction Excellence building, an educational mecca of high performance building solutions. It is targeting LEED-NC Platinum certification and a 60+% energy consumption reduction against the Model National Energy Code of Canada.
The presentation will also focus on the study the operation of a Water Source Heat Pump (WSHP) system that provides Hydronic heating in lieu of electric heat. The discussion will demonstrate the lower heating costs and lower electrical consumption of this WSHP that doesn’t operate the compressors while in heating mode. This Canadian innovation is now utilized across North America including NYC and San Francisco.

Guest Speakers

Jason Manikel, P.Eng. LEED® AP

Jason is a Managing Principal and the Energy Services Practice Lead at Halsall Associates. He is mechanical engineer, licensed in five provinces, and has been the engineer of record for many high-performance green buildings. He is particularly proud of his role as lead mechanical designer on the LEED Gold-certified Aquaquest at the Vancouver Aquarium, which won a 2008 SAB Award, and of his team’s work on the LEED Platinum-target CANMET MTL labs in Hamilton, whose energy performance is currently estimated at 79% better than the MNECB. Jason supports Halsall’s teams across the country delivering building energy services – energy modeling, energy audits and commissioning. He is a member of the CaGBC’s Energy & Engineering Technical Advisory Group and a member of ASHRAE and the Toronto Chapter.

Raoul Gautreau, P.Eng.

Raoul Gautreau, P.Eng. is a  graduate of the University of New Brunswick in 1984 . In 1989 Raoul joined Trane and attended their 6 months HVAC training program in LaCrosse Wisconsin. Upon graduating he was assigned to the Toronto District office and spent 16 years in the Southern Ontario Construction market.
As well as working in the Ontario market, he also was involved in  Design Build projects and Global Accounts Department where he was involved with projects in the US, Europe, Asia and South America. He left Trane in 2004 to pursue challenges within the HVAC energy efficiency field. He is now the Director of Business Development for the CGC Group. Raoul has conducted over 150 presentations throughout North America to Engineering and Architectural audiences demonstrating the efficiencies of the Bulldog Heat Pump System.

We ask that you pre-register for the dinner meeting at your earliest convenience online at www.torontoashrae.com, select “Meeting Registration and Calendar” from the left tab and then “Register” button for the ASHRAE Toronto - May 2013 Dinner Meeting.  You may also still register through the ASHRAE chapter CTTC Chair (Christine Choi - 647.464.5476 or cchoi@dynergy.ca). No walk-in registrations will be permitted for this event.

Need Assistance?

Feel free to contact the following members for further details:

Sharon Godlewski
ASHRAE Toronto Chapter Technology Transfer Committee Member

Christine Choi

ASHRAE Toronto Chapter Technology Transfer Committee (CTTC) Chair


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