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June 2017  

President’s Message

June is here and that means it is time for our annual Madison ASHRAE golf outing.  The 52nd annual outing to be exact!  Dust off those clubs, maybe hit the driving range, and come out and enjoy this great event.  This outing helps to raise funds for our ASHRAE chapter student scholarships as well as Research & Promotion.  So be sure to sign up and mark your calendar for Monday June 19th

As always we are looking for volunteers.  If you are interested in becoming more involved in ASHRAE we are looking for committee members, committee chairs, and BOG members.  Just ask a current ASHRAE BOG member for details on how to become more involved in your local chapter.  Our chapter would not be what it is without all of our great volunteers. 

I look forward to seeing you on the links at Stougton Country Club!

Sincerely,

Dan
Madison ASHRAE Chapter President 2016-2017
President@ashraemadison.org

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Meeting Announcement

 

June 2017 Golf Outing
Madison Chapter of ASHRAE Golf Outing
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Stoughton Country Club
3165 Shadyside Drive
Stoughton, WI 53589
stoughtoncountryclub.com
 

$125.00 Individual Golfer with Lunch & Dinner

$100.00 Golf and Lunch (no dinner)

$40.00 Golf Dinner (only)

$50.00 Beverage Hole Sponsorship

$500.00 Foursome for Golf, lunch and Dinner

         Directions

Dear Madison ASHRAE Member/Supporter:

The 52nd Madison ASHRAE Golf Outing will be a day of fun and excitement. There will be golf, lunch, dinner, door prizes, raffles and flag events.  

Again this year, we will have our outing at the Stoughton Country Club on Monday June 19, 2017. We will have a shotgun start! Golf carts and lunch will be provided for all players. A buffet style dinner will follow with multiple selections to choose from.

Hole sponsorships are filling fast at $200.00 each; however, we encourage you to be a beverage sponsor by donating $50.00. Sponsors will be recognized at the banquet. Also, donations for door prizes are welcome and appreciated. Revenue from this day of golf and camaraderie will be donated to the Education/Scholarship and Research Promotion Funds. We thank you for your donation and your continued support in making this a very successful outing every year. 

  • Registration 10:00-10:45 AM
  • Shot Gun Tee Time 11:00 AM
  • 19TH Hole 4:00 PM
  • Dinner 5:30 PM


Contact:
Tim Wendt
Golf Outing Chairperson
twendt@otie.com
608-239-7414

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Golf Outing

The 52nd Madison Chapter of ASHRAE Golf Outing will be at the Stoughton Country Club on Monday, June 19, 2017.  It will have a shotgun start! Golf carts and lunch will be provided for all players. A buffet style dinner will follow with nice selections of main and side dishes.

Hole Sponsors as well as beverage sponsor are available, so include them in your reservations.  Attached is an introduction letter and reservation form.

Golf Letter

Reservation Form 2017

Loosen up and see you on the 19th of June.

Tim Wendt
TDwendt@otie.com
Golf Outing Committee

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CTTC

ASHRAE HVAC Design Training Chicago


When: June 5 - 7, 2017 | Chicago, IL
Cost: $1,264 (ASHRAE Member: $1,009)
 
Company Discount: Enroll 3 or more participants from the same company at the same time and SAVE!
 
REGISTER NOW & SAVE $50
 
ASHRAE's HVAC Design: Level I ? Essentials provides intensive, practical training for HVAC designers and others involved in the delivery of HVAC services. In three days, gain practical skills and knowledge in designing and maintaining HVAC systems that can be put to immediate use.
  • Fundamentals
  • Heating/Cooling Load Calculation
  • System Selections
  • HVAC System and Components
  • Cooling System
  • Basic Design of Hydronic Systems
  • Basic Design of Air Systems
  • Control/BAS
BONUS!  Get a FREE copy of STANDARD 189.1-2014 and User's Manual! A $200 Value!
 

 

When: June 8 - 9, 2017 | Chicago, IL
Cost: $854 (ASHRAE Member: $699)
 
Company Discount: Enroll 3 or more participants from the same company at the same time and SAVE!
 
REGISTER NOW & SAVE $50
 
 
ASHRAE's HVAC Design: Level II ? Applications provides instruction on HVAC system designs for experienced HVAC designers and those who complete the HVAC Design: Level I ? Essentials training. In two days, gain an in-depth look into Standards 55, 62.1, 90.1, 189.1 and the Advanced Energy Design Guides. Training will focus on a range of topics including: HVAC equipment and systems, energy modeling, designing a chiller plant, and BAS controls.
 
  • Sustainability/Green/LEED/ HPB/NZEB
  • Standard 55
  • Standard 62.1
  • Building Systems: Education Facility
  • System Applications: Chiller/Boiler, Air Handlers, VAV Terminals
  • Life Cycle Cost
  • Building Systems: Multi-story Office Building
  • Water-to-Water GSHP Option 1 Chilled Beam with DOAS
  • Water-to-Water GSHP Option 2 UFAD
 
 
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Julia Keen, Ph.D, P.E.,
Member ASHRAE, HBDP
 
view bio >> 
 
 
Dennis Wessel
Dennis Wessel, P.E., Fellow/Life Member ASHRAE, LEED® AP
 
view bio >> 
 
 
 
 
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Society Conference-Meeting

2017 ASHRAE Annual Conference

June 24-28, 2017, Long Beach, CA

The 2017 ASHRAE Annual Conference will be held in sunny Long Beach, California! The Technical Program along with Registration, the Bookstore and Speakers Lounge will be at the Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center.  

Committee meetings will be held at the Headquarter Hotel, the Hyatt Regency Long Beach, as well as at the Renaissance Long Beach and the Long Beach Convention and Entertainment Center. 

Plenary, Hospitality, Tours, Training and Committee Meetings and more....

   Register                                                                 

Note: Registration requires login.

Register early for the best rates. 

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Community Service

2017 USGBC Wisconsin Leader Awards & Transformation Awards Reception

Starts On - June 8, 2017 - 11:00am
Ends On - June 8, 2017 - 1:30pm
     750 North Lincoln Memorial Drive Milwaukee , WI 53202


Honoring sustainability leaders who are driving market transformation 

within Wisconsin's built environment.

In today's ever changing world, there are individuals and organizations who are leading the way toward a brighter and more sustainable future. They understand that a sustainable approach can result in improved bottom lines, resilient communities and healthy ecological systems.

The awards recognize innovative, high-performance green buildings that engages the regional community. Winners will be recognized at the Transformation Awards Reception, taking place June 8 at the Milwaukee County War Memorial Center.

While the 2017 award categories are re-imagined, re-branded, and re-launched, we kept the best parts of our prestigious Sustainability and Energy Efficiency (Se2) awards.

Unless noted otherwise, each category is intended to highlight projects, individuals and partners from within Wisconsin. Nominees may apply for consideration if their impact occurred between Jan. 1, 2015 and Dec. 31, 2016 in the following categories:

  • Innovative Design, New Construction — This is the next evolution of the Sustainability and Energy Efficiency (SE2) award program. This award is for a BD+C (Building Design and Construction) project that demonstrates use of new technologies and strategies to push the envelope of green design, and meet project challenges in an innovative way. Nomination Guidance Document (revised)
  • Building Performance — This is the next evolution of the SE2 award program. This award is for an O+M (Operations and Maintenance) project that demonstrates a significant increase in building performance through the implementation of sustainable design solutions. Nomination Guidance Document (revised)
  • Most Successful Community Engagement — For a project team who has demonstrated creative and innovative strategies for connecting either with their internal or external community through a building project. Nomination Guidance Document (revised)

For more information about USGBC Wisconsin, Leadership Awards, or Transformation Awards Reception, please visit usgbc.org/usgbc-wisconsin, call 414-224-9422 or email us.

Program made possible in part by funding from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advancing Solutions to Improve the Energy Efficiency of U.S. Commercial Buildings (DE-FOA-0001168)

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Meeting Minutes

Below are links to recent meeting minutes:

Board of Govenors:
     April 2017

General Meetings:
     May 2017

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Treasurer’s Report

Below are the Treasurer's Reports for the past months.

2016-17 April's Treasurer's Report

Cameron P. Klein, P.E.
Madison Chapter Treasurer
Treasurer@ashraemadison.org 

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Membership

The Madison Chapter of ASHRAE continues to be strong with ongoing growth.  Encourage your associates and peers to join ASHRAE to share in their professional experience, skills and talents.  The programs continue to be valuable for the time invested.  There are many benefits to being a member of ASHRAE.  Take a look at this JOIN ASHRAE link to find out more about the reason's to be part of the over 56,000 world wide members.

Members, check your BIO's and keep them up to date with your address, phone, e-mail, employer or experiences.  You may make new contacts!  Update Your BIO HERE.

Area Assigned Members  268  Apr 2016-17
YTD


2015-16

Total

          
Current Membership (Feb)   270          
New Members   2 19 19      
New Students   1 5 7      
Cancellations   3 22 20      
Student Cancellations   0 5 6      
Grade Advancement   0  3        
Affiliate Transfer   1 5        


Contact the Madison Chapter Membership Chair, Tim Wendt if you have questions or comments about ASHRAE Membership. 

 

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Meeting Schedule

Monday Topic Presenter Theme Technical Session
September 19th IAQ issues and opportunites  Kent Rawhouser   no tech Session
October 10th  Demand Reducing HVAC Systems  Justin Wieman Student Night Refrigerants: State of the Industry
November 14th  Ethics for Engineers  Steven Nelson Student  none
December 12th  BIM-Successes and Pitfalls  Panel Holiday  none
January 9th 2017  Energy Rates and Ice Storage  Evan Berger    Utility Pricing-Gregory Bollom
February 13th Selecting VAV products for Acceptable Environments  Dan In-Hout (DL)   The Basics of Air Distribution
March 13th Focus on Energy and Modeling  Wendt Group    ASHRAE's Building Modeling Certificate
April 10th  IEE 519 Standard Update  Jeff Miller    
May 8th  ASHRAE Standards Updates  Jeff Boldt    TC 1.4 Control Theory & Applications
June 19th Golf Outing 52nd Annual  n/a    
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