ASHRAE - American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers
Boston Chapter, Region 1 www.ashraeboston.org
XXXXVI No. 88 April 2010 Editor: Stacie Suh TEL: 781-258-1002
2009 - 2010 Officers
The Boston Chapter of ASHRAE
Bryan Hermanny American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning Engineers
Cordially invites you to the
Stephen Nicholas Seminars 3:00 PM-6:30 PM
Product Show 3:00PM -8:30 PM
Table of Contents Free buffet style dinner 6:00 PM-8 :00PM
Monthly Meeting 1
3 43 Scanlon Drive
CTTC - TEGA 4
Meeting Recap 8
ASHRAE Boston 100th Gala Event
8 Kindly RSVP via email to email@example.com
Membership Promotion 9
Webmaster’s Note 9&10 by March 31st, 2008
Scholarship Information 10
BOG Meeting Minutes 11
Historian’s Column 12&13 Free Parking
History Trivia Q & A 12
Project of the Month 12 We will be giving away Great Prizes.
Roster & Product Guide 12 Free to Attend, Free to Learn
Installation Dinner Info. 14
Summer Region 1 Dinner 15 No PDH certificate fee!
Boston Chapter Golf Outing 16-18
ASHRAE Region I News 19
Society News 19~20
ASHRAE Learning Inst. 21
See page 3 for list of Exhibitors and seminar schedule.
Meeting Schedule 22
Officer & Committee List 23 Statements made in this publication are not expressions of the Society or of the Chapter and may not be repro-
Contributor Listing 24
ASHRAE Research 24
duced without special permission of the Chapter.
By Bryan Hermanny
April is here, and that means it's time for our Biennial Product Show. Jeff Schultz has done an excellent job in putting together our
biggest show yet and we're all excited to bring this event to the members! There are still a couple of booths left and there are still
trailer spots available too, so if you're interested in grabbing one of these, please get in touch with Jeff.
In addition to the show itself, we are proud to present eight (8) educational seminars that the Chapter will pursue for PDH credit. We
have some great topics and excellent speakers looking forward to sharing their information with you. Please refer to our website -
http://www.ashraeboston.org/ - for seminar information and sign up soon!
The Cheryl Rossini Future Engineers Scholarship Fund will be advertised on the website, via postcard, and via email. So be on the
lookout for the info and pass it along to students looking to pursue an education in Engineering. The deadline for the application is
April 30th, 2010! Please spread the word.
Our March 9th meeting had Daniel Nall from WSP Flack + Kurtz in NYC give his presentation on "CFD Analysis for Building
Comfort Systems Design". The 71 attendees, all were looking forward to hearing what the Director of Sustainability for WSP Flack
+ Kurtz had to say. One of the items Daniel pointed out with how the use of CFD analysis can assist in maximizing the design of the
air distribution for many spaces, whether it is within an under-floor air system for an office or a large sports arena trying to keep the
ice cold during hockey games. The meeting went over very well!
Thank you to all of the applicants for The Boston Chapter Hall of Fame. We will announce the winners of the award at our May
Installation of Officers, and in a change of plan, we will present the winners with their plaques at our October 2010 meeting, giving
the recipients their proper due.
See you at the Product Show!
Bryan Hermanny, President
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PRODUCT SHOW INFORMATION
Exhibitors as March 18, 2010
Abco Refrigeration Supply Corp. Emerson Swan Northeast Air Solutions, Inc.
Air Distribution Corporation ENE Systems, Inc. Nucleus6D, LLC.
Air Industries Equipment Direct Sales, Inc. Process & Energy Measurements, Corp.
Alfieri Proctor Assoc. ETA Associates R.T. Forbes Co.
Atlantic Climate Control, Inc. FIA Inc. RST Thermal
Atlantic Air Products Mfg.,LLC Filter Sales & Service, Inc. Regan Marjollet, Inc.
Belimo Americas Fluid Transfer Products, Inc. S.J. Ginns Associates, Inc.
Bioclimatic Air Systems, LLC. FMC Technologies, Inc. Schneider Electric
Boston Air Products, LLC Frank I. Rounds Company Skinner Associates, Inc.
Buckley Assoc. Gourley, Company Spirax Sarco, Inc.
Carrier Corporation Green Technology Associates, Inc. Stebbins Duffy, Inc.
HTS Engineering Sweeney Rogers Corp.
CGC Group Hybrid Heat Pump System
J.S. Fleming Assoc. / Liebert Corp. Trane
Conservation Solutions Corporation Kasten & Co., Inc./ RenewAire LLC Trumbull Campbell Associates, Inc.
Control Technologies. Inc. Kenyon - Barstow, Co. Tunstall Corporation
DAC Sales Kirschner Associates, Inc. Urell, Inc.
David Gooding, Inc. Leonhardt Company, Inc. Vaisala, Inc.
Distributor Corp. of New England M.A. Selmon Company, Inc. Victaulic
Earthwise Energy Technologies New England Combustion Products Inc. W.A. O'Leary & Sons, Inc.
Room/ Time 3:00 - 4:30 PM 5:00 - 6:30 PM
Hot To: Introduction to Retro- Application of UVGI & Standard Filtration in
Commissioning Healthcare HVAC as an Additional Infection
Mediterranean ( TBD P D H ) Prevention Tool
Bill Schlageter (Parsons Brinkerhoff) ( TBD P D H )
Tim Leach (VIGILAIR Systems, Inc.)
Net-Zero Energy and Daylight Keys to Achieving High Building Performance
& Energy Modeling ( TBD P D H )
Cailey Room ( TBD P D H ) David Allen (Allen Engineering)
Aaron Desatnik (The Green Roundtable)
BIM Tools for Green Building and High Pressure Water Humidification
Sustainable Design ( TBD P D H )
( TBD P D H ) Jim Shiminski (DAC)
Scott Burke (IMAGINiT Technologies)
Hybrid Heat Pump System Building Energy Modeling
( TBD P D H ) ( TBD P D H )
Raoul Gautreau (CGC Group) Michael Andelman (Andelman and Lelek Engineering, Inc.)
PDHs noted above are estimated and pending final approval, the chapter is currently awaiting approval to grant
CEU/PDH by The Practicing Institute of Engineering, Inc. (N.Y State)
Visit www.ashraeboston.org for more information on Product show.
CTTC - TEGA Article
Submitted by Paul Hanbury
A Miles-Per-Gallon Rating for Your Home? Get Ready!
The Energy Performance Score Lets Home Buyers Compare Home
PORTLAND, OR, March 5, 2010 --/WORLD-WIRE/-- The last time you bought a car, especially in the current economy, you
probably paid close attention to the fuel efficiency by looking at the mile-per-gallon ratings and comparing similar vehicles. Now
home buyers in certain states may soon be able to do the same with homes, and it looks like the trend will go national.
Earth Advantage Institute, a leading nonprofit green building resource that has certified more than 11,000 homes, has played a key
role in the conceptualization, promotion, and adoption of the Energy Performance Score (EPS), currently the only residential energy
labeling system that enables buyers to directly compare home energy consumption. The tool provides homeowners with both an en-
ergy consumption score and an associated carbon emission score. The number is based on in-home measurements and diagnostics
data, as well as your utility’s energy source, which are entered into online software for calculation.
The EPS has proven popular enough in the Northwest that it has been rolled out on a voluntary basis for new homes in Oregon and in
a large 5,000-home pilot for existing residences in Seattle. Both Oregon and Washington state legislatures have created task forces to
explore the potential of mandatory energy labeling at time of listing. Lawmakers see energy labeling as a key tool in motivating
homeowners to make energy efficiency improvements. Homeowner surveys indicate the public is heavily in favor of having a rating
system that can help them obtain information on energy performance, where to make improvements, and how to add to the value of
“We use EPS information as a marketing tool to help sell our homes,” said Aaron Fairchild, president of G2B Ventures, a Seattle-
based real estate investment firm. “The EPS is an amazingly innovative tool that will help us transform the Seattle real estate mar-
Now the federal government has turned its eyes toward energy labeling. The Department of Energy has targeted the month of Octo-
ber as the deadline for developing a voluntary national rating standard that may serve as a tool for banks and other institutions to
provide preferred finance products for energy efficient, healthy homes.
“We pointed to energy labeling as one of the top 10 green building trends for 2010,” said Sean Penrith, executive director, Earth Ad-
vantage Institute. “The federal government has taken up the flag, and has asked for additional data on the EPS program to inform its
efforts in creating a voluntary standard this year.”
Last month the Energy Performance Score won first place in the energy category at Change.org’s “Ideas for Change in America” and
has now moved on to the final round of internet voting. If the idea is voted into the top ten, the Oregon-conceived EPS will be pre-
sented to key White House administration officials. You can vote for the EPS at www.change.org/ideas by scrolling down to the
energy category and clicking on “A Miles-Per-Gallon Rating for Your Home.”
About Earth Advantage Institute and EPS
Earth Advantage Institute works with the building and design industry to help implement sustainable building practices. Its nonprofit
mission is to create an immediate, practical and cost-effective path to sustainability and carbon reduction in the built environment.
The organization achieves its objectives through a range of innovative certification, education and technical services programs. More
information is available at www.earthadvantage.org, and more EPS information can be found at www.earthadvantage.org/eps.php.
For more information contact:
Earth Advantage Institute
(503) 968-7160 x36
ASHRAE Webcast - "Right from the Start -
Commissioning for High Performing Buildings"
Submitted by Paul Hanbury
April 21, 2010
1:00 – 4:00 P.M. EDT
This webcast will provide tools to help you overcome the hurdles of Commissioning, learn the “What, Why, When and
Who” of the process, and how you can make it “business as usual.” The panel of experts will outline how Commission-
ing supports a smoother construction process, maximizes the quality and persistence of energy and cost reductions, and
provides a facility that operates as it was intended.
This free webcast is sponsored by the ASHRAE Chapter Technology Transfer Committee with support from ASHRAE’s
High Performing Buildings Magazine. For complete details, visit our website at www.ashrae.org/Cxwebcast.
How to Participate
You may host a webcast site for your colleagues. You may register to view the Webcast on your PC.
Three (3) Professional Development Hours or three (3) AIA Learning Units may be awarded to viewers who complete
the “Participant Reaction Form” following the broadcast. The Participant Reaction Form will be posted following the
webcast at http://www.ashrae.org/Cxwebcast and must be completed by April 30, 2010 to allow ASHRAE to comply
with reporting requirements.
You may also earn PDHs/LUs by purchasing and viewing the webcast DVD. The “Participant Reaction Form” will be
included on the DVD with instructions for completion and submittal to ASHRAE. With the exception of viewers re-
questing PDH/LU credits from State of New York/Practicing Institute of Engineers, Inc. (PIE) and the American Insti-
tute of Architects (AIA), purchasers of the webcast DVD may receive three (3) continuing education credits. Policies for
the State of New York PIE and AIA prohibit the issuance of continuing education credit for DVD viewers. DVDs will be
available in June via the ASHRAE Bookstore. If you have questions, call (678) 539-1200 or email ashrae-
About the Presenters
Ronald Wilkinson, P.E., LEED™ AP, Senior Commissioning Project Manager, AKF Group LLC, New York, NY
Rick Casault, P.E., CCP, CDT, President, Casault Engineering, Seattle, WA
“A Solid Foundation for Commissioning – Two Proactive Steps to Greater Benefits”
H. Jay Enck, CxAP, HBDP, LEED™ AP, CPMP, Founder/Principal/Senior Commissioning Agent, Commissioning &
Green Building Solutions, Inc., Buford, GA
“Transition from Construction to Operation – Maximizing Performance for Life”
There is no fee for registration. Online registration will begin March 2,2010, at www.ashrae.org/Cxwebcast. If you
have any questions, call 678-539-1200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming Events: Student Activities
Boston Chapter Product Show
When: April 13, 2010 By Joshua Benoist
Where: The Lantana, Randolph, MA
Existing Buildings in Urban Areas: Dramatically Cutting the
Our student chapters will be presenting a project that they are
Energy Waste working on at our Product Show in April. Please welcome them
When: April 19~20, 2010 when you see them there. We will be giving prize (s) away for the
Where: Grand Hyatt, New York, NY student presentation competition. We look forward to seeing our
FMI: http://www.ashrae.org/events/page/2473 students there.
Boston Chapter Installation Dinner We will be forming a local YEA group. YEA stands for Young
When: May 11, 2010 Engineers in ASHRAE. Our goal is to enable engineers age 35
Where: M/V Seaport Belle (Mass Bay Cruise Line) and under to network with each other and with the older members
FMI: http://www.massbaylines.com/fleet.html in our society. ASHRAE is an aging society and we aim to engage
our younger engineers, allow them to integrate and get to know the
ASHRAE 2010 Annual Conference chapter at large, and to enable them to become involved in the
When: June 26~30, 2010 society at all levels. The YEA group picks up where our Student
Where: Albuquerque, New Mexico Chapters leave off. So as a Student graduates and becomes an
FMI: http://www.ashrae.org/events/page/2473 engineer, we hope they stay involved in ASHRAE and YEA is a
Chapter Regional Conference 2010 resource there to help them in that transition. We are currently
When: August 19 ~ 21, 2010 looking to plan some social activities to bring Students, YEA
Where: Watkins Glen, NY members and older members together and can use your help.
FMI: http://www.ashraeregion1.org/CRC%202010.htm The Boston Chapter is looking to expand the student activities
committee. We would like to increase the student attendance at our
Boston Chapter meetings and our student chapter membership.
We need volunteers to visit student chapters and share our knowl-
The Green Roundtable/ NEXUS edge. Anyone with children active in grade school, high school,
UPCOMING TRAINING boy scouts or girl scouts can educate our students, or help scouts
earn badges by teaching our children about engineering, energy
and/or our environment. If an opportunity comes along, even an
opportunity to slip in a fifteen minute speach with QnA time in
front of a class, please let us know and go for it. This activity also
helps us to advance our student chapter goals of being active in the
Visit www.nexusboston.org/events for more information. student community. We need more champions and our children
really are our future!!!
NZE 422: High Performance Building Envelope Design We are looking for volunteers to speak at our existing student
Strategies & Emerging Technologies chapters.
When: April 1, 2010 (1:30PM to 5:30PM)
Where: 38 Chauncy St, 7th FL. Boston, MA 02111 Please feel free to contact me at
Joshua.Benoist@Autodesk.com /(603) 206-9122
NZE 521: Modeling Building Envelope & Internal Loads
When: April 14, 2010 (8:30AM to 5:30PM)
Where: 38 Chauncy St, 7th FL. Boston, MA 02111
LEED 521: LEED EAc1: Energy Modeling & Optimizing
Energy Performance: Session 1 &2
April 20~21, 2010 (8:30AM to 5:30PM)
Where: 38 Chauncy St, 7th FL. Boston, MA 02111
NZE 431: HVAC Systems Concepts & Analysis (LEED CMP) TOTAL: 71
When: May 4, 2010 (8:30AM to 5:30PM)
Where: 38 Chauncy St, 7th FL. Boston, MA 02111 60 MEMBERS
NZE 432: High Performance HVAC System Design 11 NON-MEMBERS
Strategies & Emerging Technologies
May 20, 2010 (1:30PM to 5:30PM) 4 STUDENT
Where: 38 Chauncy St, 7th FL. Boston, MA 02111 5 WALK-INS
NZE 621: Building Envelope & Internal Loads Optimization
When: May 25~16,2010 (8:30AM to 5:30PM)
Where: 38 Chauncy St, 7th FL. Boston, MA 02111
By Jeff Schultz
Below, please find a list of currently active or recently completed research projects and grants. The list was
taken from www.ashrae.org. These projects and grants were awarded within Region 1 during the summer of
2009. The Boston chapter is a member chapter of Region 1. Last year, we as an individual members, non-
members and companies contributed $15,793.00. This amount represents a shortage of our goal which was
$19,280.00 which had been assigned to the Boston chapter by Region 1. The grand total of Boston along with
the other fourteen chapters in our region was $143,489.00. If you look at the $696,873.00 given to researchers
and students in Region 1 alone, it is a no brainer that New England gets back almost five times the money it
contributes. Over $200,000.00 comes back to the Boston area alone. Let's continue to stimulate research!
Please contribute to Research/ Promotion.
Cost Research Title or Subject Contractor Notes
Development of an ASHRAE Design Manual for
$ 199,186.00 District Heating and Cooling Systems
GWA RESEARCH - LYME, NH
Develop a Radiant System Module for the Simu- WRIGHTSOFT CORP -LEXINGTON, MA
$ 147,687.00 lation and Analysis of Spaces and Systems
Energy Efficiency and Cost Assessment of Hu-
$ 160,000.00 midity Control Options for residential Buildings BLDG SCIENCE CORP - SOMERVILLE, MA
Measuring Air-tightness of Mid- and High-rise
$ 150,000.00 Non-residential Buildings
WISS, JANNEY, ELSTNER ASSOCIATES, INC. New
Experimental Evaluation and Modeling of Sor-
$ 10,000.00 bent-Based Gas-Phase Air Cleaners
SYRACUSE UNIV. - Lingjing Pei Graduate Student Grant-in-Aid
Emission Characteristics of Office Furniture and
$ 10,000.00 Modeling of Multi-Layer Assembly in Office SYRACUSE UNIV. - Jing Xu Graduate Student Grant-in-Aid
Development of a Simulation and Knowledge-
based Expert System for Integrated Building
$ 10,000.00 Environmental System Design, Analysis and Op- SYRACUSE UNIV-Wei Feng Graduate Student Grant-in-Aid
Integrated Testing and Modeling Approach for
$ 10,000.00 Evaluation of Performance of Building Enclosure SYRACUSE UNIV.-Thomas Thorsell Graduate Student Grant-in-Aid
in Specified Climate and Service Conditions
Did you know that 100% of your tax deductible contribution given for research goes directly to research? All administrative costs that are incurred
come from other ASHRAE funding. So what are you waiting for? Research money doesn’t grow on trees, BUT, trees will continue to grow from
research. Please log on to www.ashrae.org and click on "Quick Links". Then, click on " Research Promotion" where you will learn where your
dollar goes. This will tell you more than I can. Please don’t be shy! Donate a little or as much as you can. Thank you! Your contribution is greatly
Please fill out the form in this newsletter and mail it to me with whatever contribution you can make or please go to the ASHRAE Boston website at
www.ASHRAEBoston.org. Click on the Donation Form under Research & Promotion, or go there directly with this link: http://
Credit card payments can also be made when you’re on the ASHRAE website. Use this link: https://www.ashrae.org/aboutus/
MARCH 2010 MEETING RECAP
By Bryan Hermanny PDH Certificates will be given to
members and guests who signed
the PIE sign-in sheet.
Approved for 2 PDHs.
Our March 9th meeting went over very well, with Daniel Nall from
WSP Flack + Kurtz coming up from their New York City office to
give his presentation on "CFD Analysis for Building Comfort Sys-
Our meeting consisted of 71 attendees, all were looking forward to
hearing what the Director of Sustainability for WSP Flack + Kurtz
had to say. One of the items Daniel pointed out with how the use of
CFD analysis can assist in maximizing the design of the air distribu-
tion for many spaces, whether it is within an under-floor air system
for an office or a large sports arena trying to keep the ice cold during
hockey games. He kept the meeting very informative and educa-
Speaker Daniel Nall and Boston Chapter
President Bryan Hermanny
L to R (top): Steven Tafone, Todd Mason
L to R (bottom) : Pat Duffy, Steve Rosen, Jim
Liston, Teri Shannon, Joshua Benoist, Daniel
Diorio, Steve Nicholas, Bryan Hermanny
All photos by Stacie Suh.
ASHRAE Boston 100th Year Gala Event
By Darcy Carbone & Bob Persechini
Preparations are under way to celebrate the Boston Chapter’s 100th year birthday in 2012. As part of the event
we need to gather the following:
Photographs of projects.
Photographs of individuals.
Please provide information such as name of project and individuals and send along to either Darcy at dcar-
email@example.com or Bob at Rpersechini@RDKengineers.com.
Membership Promotion Webmaster’s Notes
By Teri Shannon By Steve Rosen
There are still many members in our Chapter whose dues The award winning website for the ASHRAE Boston Chap-
have lapsed and need to be renewed. As the reminder no- ter can be found at www.ASHRAEBoston.org
tice from Society may have been missed, I would like to
encourage members to go online and verify their personal We will be keeping the site current with information; check
information is current as well as to make sure their mem- back often!
bership dues are up to date. A reminder that members who
On the Employment page (under the Chapter Updates sec-
are more than 6 months delinquent on their Society dues
will be cancelled. tion) not only will you see job opportunities, but we are
now accepting resumes to post for free from any ASHRAE
You may renew online by visiting www.ashrae.org and
member in good standing looking for work!
clicking on the Renew Membership button on the left after
you have logged in. You will need your e-mail address Let employers find you on the ASHRAE Boston website!
and password to log in. Once you renew and pay your
dues, a new member card and certificate will be mailed to We will continue this year to post past meeting presenta-
you. You can also receive a discount for paying your Soci- tions for our members to review, and our Chapter is con-
ety dues for multiple years and pay your chapter dues for tinuing our efforts to reduce waste by eliminating printed
those same years, all online. handouts at our meetings.
The benefits of staying involved with ASHRAE are nu-
merous, including: As always you will also be able to link to following:
Access to the latest & best technical information in Chapter officers and committee chairs contact informa-
the HVAC&R industry, including the latest ASH- tion (who's who)
RAE Standards, Codes and Guidelines Chapter monthly meeting info (when, what, where)
Professional development and certification pro- Region I website, and view the Chapter history
grams Sign up for the e-mailed newsletter
Networking opportunities with peers
Confirm attendance at the monthly meeting
Chapter benefits include free PDH credits for tech-
nical presentations and reduced meeting/dinner fee ASHRAE membership information
Chapter Dues And also view the following:
A note to new members this year… As a new member to Current chapter newsletter, past newsletters, upcoming
ASHRAE, you will need to pay your Chapter dues direct to events and future meetings
the Boston Chapter for the first year. Upon renewal the
Other functional Chapter committee pages; Member-
next year, the dues are added in with the Society bill when
ship, RP, SA, Programs, CTT.
you renew online. For the Chapter dues, please provide a
check for $40, written to “ASHRAE Boston Chapter”, ei- Most recent and past BOG/Meeting minutes
ther at the first meeting you attend, or you can mail it to
my attention at:
ASHRAE Boston Chapter
c/o Teri Shannon
PO Box 576
West Kennebunk, ME 04094
If anyone has any questions or needs assistance with their
membership renewals or Chapter dues, please do not hesi-
tate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
By Steve Rosen
There is still time to reserve your booth for our Product Show.
From the homepage (www.ashraeboston.org), click the Product Show link and download a reservation form.
Select the Exhibitors link and then click on the image. You’ll now see the updated active exhibit floor layout.
Pick your spot and reserve it soon!
The 2010 Future Engineers Scholarship Application is available for downloading at the Boston Chapter
website: www.ASHRAEBoston.org. Through the generosity of the Boston Chapter and its membership, the
ASHRAE Boston Chapter Future Engineers Scholarship Committee administrates the selection of recipients
and distribution of five $500 scholarships.
Eligible recipients are High school seniors interested in studying engineering in college or first or second year
engineering students; students must live, or attend school in the state of Massachusetts. The scholarship was
established in 2006 and has distributed over $76,000 since it's inception. Please encourage students you know
to pursue and engineering curriculum and tell them about the Future Engineers Scholarship 2010. Please pass
Applications are due by April 30,2010.
Please contact Pat Duffy at PJD@BRPLUSA.COM for more information.
What’s New in our Chapter Meeting Minutes of the Board of Governor’s
March 9, 2010 Planning Meeting
By Stephen Nicholas
Each and every month the Board of Governors have a meeting before the technical meeting to discuss the inner-workings of our Chapter. Many
members wonder what’s new, what’s being discussed, and what’s being done to make our chapter better.
Below is a quick summary of what was discussed:
Chairperson & Committee Member Openings Membership
We arranged for a Sustainability Committee conference call and Our Membership Promotion Chair wants to remind all members
had several individuals participate and expressed an interest in to make sure their dues are paid up in full. Unsure as to whether
serving on this Committee. However we are still looking for you are up-to-date or not? Please be sure to check Society’s web-
someone to Chair this Committee. If interested please contact site www.ashrae.org or contact our Membership Promotion
Fran Boucher or Jim Shiminski for more detailed information. Chairperson Teri Shannon for more membership information.
April Meeting ASHRAE Research Promotion
Next month will be the Biennial Boston Chapter Product Show The Boston Chapter of ASHRAE is proud to announce that we
& Technical Seminar at Lantana’s. PDH’s will be provided for will once again receive the “Full Circle Award”. This award is
the eight (8) Technical Seminars. Trailers will also be located in given to a Chapter when each Chapter Officer donates $100 or
the parking lot to display the latest technology for HVAC/R more towards ASHRAE Research Promotion.
products as well as the traditional table top displays inside the We need your help! Each year Research & Promotion has a
main ballroom. Please mark your calendar for April 13, 2010 goal to meet and this year our goal is $19,280.00. We are cur-
and consider attending to support your Chapter Vendor mem- rently behind our goal and need to pick up the pace for year’s
bers. end. If you’d like to show your support for the Chapter and for
ASHRAE’s research, please contact Jeff Schultz for more infor-
PDH Credit mation on how to help.
We will now be requiring a business card for all attendees re-
questing PDH credit. This helps eliminate confusion and limits Summer Meeting June 2010 in Albuquerque, New Mexico
errors in the application process that we have been facing. The Boston Chapter of ASHRAE will have number of officers
Please be prepared to provide a card upon filling out the paper- and Chapter members attend the National meeting. The next
work. Future meetings that will issue PDH credit will be at a winter meeting is slated for January 2011 in Las Vegas, NV for
cost to all non-members that request the credit. Each certificate the very first time. If you have never attended an ASHRAE Na-
will cost $15 for each non-member per meeting. Members will tional meeting this is certainly one not to miss.
be given credit at no additional cost.
Hall of Fame
Scholarship The Boston ASHRAE Chapter will institute a Chapter Hall of
The BOG voted and approved $2,500.00 for the student scholar- Fame there will be three (3) candidates considered for the award.
ship fund in 2010. There will be a Softball Tournament to be
held in September, 2010 to help raise money for this worthy
cause. More details to follow as to date and location.
Presidential Award of Excellence
Boston Chapter - 2009-2010
Membership Student Research Chapter
Chapter Members Promotion Activities Promotion Organization Chapter PAOE Point Totals
Points Points Points Points
952 780 805 385 160 1755 675 4560
Historian Column HISTORY TRIVIA
By Eric Edman QUESTIONS/ANSWERS
We are still looking for any volunteers to help with our li- By Eric Edman
brary. Please let me know if you want to help the chapter.
Thanks to several members for some recent donations to add Stay tuned for history trivia questions and answers.
to our collection of “old stuff”. It is amazing what “treasures”
have come forth
I will simply say it is people like you that have made ASH-
RAE Boston such a great group. See you all at the next
If any of you have something of a historical interest, please
feel free to contact me on that old fashioned telephone or the
new fashioned email system.
You can bet I’ll be in contact with you if I can get my rotary
telephone to work again..
Eric Edman, Historian
PROJECT OF THE MONTH
Project of the Month section will be utilized to highlight unique or groundbreaking projects that showcase the
talents of the HVAC Engineers in the Boston Chapter. Boston Chapter firms, we encourage you to submit your
projects for inclusion as Project of the Month. ASHRAE Boston Chapter can submit your projects to society
for honors/awards. We look forward to your submission of projects. Please email the project information to
ROSTER & PRODUCT GUIDE
Production of the 2010-2011 Roster and Product Guide is underway.
Dear ASHRAE Boston Chapter,
We encourage every Boston Chapter member to take a few minutes to update your data with ASHRAE. You
can update your personal information (your address, employer, membership grade, professional registration,
etc) by going to www.ASHRAE.org/myashrae, type in your email and password and then click on My Profile
(BIO) to update your info. This is very important since the data we publish comes directly from the Society
*Please note: Each member will appear in the Roster at the address listed with Society as ‘preferred’ mailing address.
We have decided to go paperless therefore the 2010-2011 Roster and Product guide will be available online
for ASHRAE members. Please stay tuned for more information on 2010-2011 Roster and Product Guide.
By Stacie Suh / Stacie@stebbinsduffy.com
By Eric Edman
"Here's little Boston Chapter History,
an issue of the NortheastAire from November of 1971."
Boarding Time: 5:00 PM
Departure Time: 5:30 PM
Cruise Time: 5:30 PM ~8:30 PM
M/V Seaport Belle will be docked at Rowes Wharf
(Mass Bay Cruise Lines)
Boston Harbor Clambake
Classic New England clam chowder
1lb Lobsters w/ butter
Corn on the cob
Rolls & Butter
Chilled Watermelon Wedges
Coffee & Tea
Make your own Strawberry Shortcake
$45 for Members & Non-Member
(No walk-in allowed, must have an RSVP)
Garry Meyers will be installing
the officers & BOG members this year.
The M/V Seaport Belle will be docked @ Rowes Wharf
(Parking available @ Rowes Wharf Garage for $7 anytime after 4:30PM).
Please visit http://www.massbaylines.com/fleet.html for more information.
RSVP via email at email@example.com and contact Bill Garvey for any questions.
Please be at the Tram Lift ($13 - included in the $50 cost!) by 5:30pm. The Tram holds up to 50
and it runs about every 20 minutes. If you wish to carpool to The Peak via a shared taxi or with
your rental car, please let me know in your RSVP and I'll put people together. Please RSVP by June
22, 2010, via email firstname.lastname@example.org or via Region I webpage at http://www.ashraeregion1.org/
More info on the restaurant is available here: http://www.sandiapeakrestaurants.com/highfinance/
Thanks! Steve Rosen
FROM I-40 FROM I-25
Exit 167: Tramway Blvd., take Tramway Blvd. EXIT 234: EXIT 234 Tramway Road.
North approximately 9 miles to Tramway Rd. Follow Tramway Road,
Take Tram to The Peak where High Finance is lo- East to the Sandia Peak Tramway.
cated. Take Tram to The Peak where High Finance is located.
Annual Golf Outing
COME JOIN ASHRAE BOSTON CHAPTER FOR
45TH ANNUAL GOLF OUTING
WHEN: MONDAY JUNE 7, 2010
WHERE: COUNTRY CLUB AT HALIFAX
We are appealing to your A donation of fifty dollars
continued generosity for would be most welcome and
monetary contributions for more would be great appreci-
the purpose of purchasing ated! All donations will be
gifts to be awarded as golf publicly acknowledged by be-
and door prizes. In order to ing published in the North-
give the Prize Committee am- EastAire bulletin.
ple time to purchase these
gifts, we would appreciate re- We also welcome Hole Spon-
ceiving your donations by sorship. If you are interested
May 21, 2010. in participating, please return
the completed form (found on
page 16 of the newsletter)
with your contribution.
Very truly yours,
ASHRAE Golf Outing Committee
Bill Garvey, Chairman
A.S.H.R.A.E. Golf Outing Committee
c/o Bill Garvey, WSP Flack + Kurtz
88 Black Falcon Ave., Suite 210
Boston, MA 02210
45th ANNUAL ASHRAE
BOSTON CHAPTER GOLF OUTING
Date: MONDAY, June 7, 2010
Place: COUNTRY CLUB OF HALIFAX, Halifax, Massachusetts
POQUOY BROOK GOLF COURSE, Lakeville, Massachusetts
Who: ASHRAE members and guests, by reservation only. Tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis, and all
reservations MUST BE MADE BY MAY 21, 2010.
Price: $150.00—NO TICKET SALES AT THE DOOR
This includes greens fees, electric carts, cheese table for cocktail hour, and five course dinner. Prizes for everyone
plus golf prizes.
Halifax We will have a shot gun start. Two foursomes (total of 8) will drive their carts out to their pre-assigned tee (on
Tee Time: Par 3 tees, only one foursome will tee off). Eighteen foursomes will tee off at the same time, 1:00 PM sharp. It is
1:00 PM important that you be there ahead of time. The format this year has been changed to a Bramble Format. A
Bramble starts off like a Scramble where each team member tees off and the best drive is selected. How
ever, in a Bramble, after the best drive is selected, all team members from that point on will play their own
ball, stroke-play style, until each team member has holed out. Each team member must use (2) of the drives
during course play.
Poquoy Brook: Because we sell out every year, any overflow will play at Poquoy Brook in Lakeville. This will be either shot gun
or tee times, depending on how many foursomes are registered by May 6th. If tee times, they would be 9:30 AM
to 12:45 PM.
We need to know the foursomes as soon as possible and recommend that you call immediately for reservations,
even if you do not have all the names of those in your group. Contact Bill Garvey (Phone: 617-210-1711 or
Fax: 617-210-1800). IMPORTANT: Need the sizes of those in your foursome.
Dinner Only: A separate meal ticket may be purchased for those who do not play golf. Cost is $35.00.
Note: All courses require that we follow course rules: Proper dress code—No jeans, tank tops, bathing suits. No metal
spikes. You are responsible for the golf carts you drive.
Lunch: Dutch treat from regular luncheon menu. ARRIVE EARLY.
Happy Hour: 6:30 PM to 7:00 PM—Dutch treat in Club House.
Dinner: 7:00 PM - Complete roast beef dinner, beverage and dessert.
Prizes: Prizes will be given out at check-in time for each foursome, and we want everyone to have a good time! Please
support our need for donations.
Make checks payable to A.S.H.R.A.E. Boston Chapter Mail to: Bill Garvey @ WSP Flack + Kurtz
88 Black Falcon Ave., Suite 210
Boston, MA 02210
Enclosed is check for $_________ for _______ Golf Outing, reservations, including dinner @ $150.00 each.
_______ Dinner only reservations @ $35.00 each
Name: ____________________________________________ Address: _________________________________________
Phone: ________________________ Fax: __________________________ E-Mail: _________________________________
Shirt sizes: Men/Quantity: S ____ M ____ L ____ XL _____ XXL ____ XXXL ____
Women/Quantity: S ____ M ____ L ____ XL _____ XXL ____ XXXL ____
HOLE SPONSORSHIPS WIL INCLUDE A SIGN ON A HOLE
CONTEST HOLE SPONSORSHIPS:
1. LONGEST DRIVE
2. CLOSEST TO THE PIN
3. STRAIGHTEST DRIVE
HOLE SPONSORSHIP _________________________________________________________________
CONTEST HOLE SPONSORSHIP _______________________________________________________
INDIVIDUAL SPONSORSHIP __________________________________________________________
MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO A.S.H.R.A.E. BOSTON CHAPTER
Mail to: Bill Garvey @ WSP Flack + Kurtz
88 Black Falcon Ave., Suite 210
Boston, MA 02210
First Changes Proposed to New Green Standard:
Members Sought for Committee
ATLANTA—Members are being sought and changes proposed for the new standard for the design of high-performance green
buildings published in January.
ANSI/ASHRAE/USGBC/IES Standard 189.1, Standard for the Design of High-Performance, Green Buildings Except Low-Rise
Residential Buildings, is the first code-intended commercial green building standard in the United States. The standard provides a
long-needed green building foundation for those who strive to design, build and operate green buildings. It covers key topic areas of
site sustainability, water use efficiency, energy efficiency, indoor environmental quality and the building’s impact on the atmos-
phere, materials and resources.
Under ASHRAE’s continuous maintenance procedure, which allows requests for change to any part of the standard to be made at
any time, changes have already been proposed.
“Given the high amount of interest in this standard, using continuous maintenance allows us to incorporate current technical infor-
mation on a timely basis,” Kent Peterson, chair of the committee said. “These changes are then put out for public review and com-
ment, which results in an industry consensus standard.”
Open for public comment are addenda a and b. Addendum a makes the daylighting definitions and criteria consistent with changes
recently proposed to Standard 90.1, which sets requirements for energy efficient buildings. Addendum b reduces the space limitation
for daylighting requirements. Rather than requiring daylighting in space larger than 1,000 square feet, the proposal would require it
in spaces larger than 250 square feet.
Members also are being sought for the committee developing the standard with slots opening July 1. The deadline to apply is March
31. For more information on membership, contact email@example.com
For more information on the proposed addenda, visit www.ashrae.org/publicreviews. For complete information on the standard, visit
For Release: March 5,2010 Contact: Jodi Scott& Amanda Dean/ Public Relations
678-516-1207/ firstname.lastname@example.org/ Adean@ashrae.org
ASHRAE REGION 1 NEWS
Steve Nicholas LePorisz
President Elect of the Bi-State chapter was tragically killed in an ATV accident on Monday, March 15, 2010.
Steve was only 27 years old - a young energetic engineer whose youth, energy and leadership was inspiring to all who knew
Steve in the Bi-State chapter. Mr. LePorisz was born March 6, 1983 in Yonkers, NY the son of Stephen R. and the late Jeanne
(Pirozzo) LePorisz. Stephen attended St. Paul's grammar school in Yonkers, was a graduate of Fordham Prep in the Bronx and
received his Engineering degree from Manhattan College in Riverdale. He was employed as a Mechanical Engineer and was
president of the NY Chapter of the Engineers Society. Loving son of Stephen R. and the late Jeanne LePorisz. Dear grandson
of Mary and the late Nicholas Pirozzo. To light a candle, offer condolences or send flowers, please visit www.sinatraffh.com.
ICC, ASHRAE, USGBC and IES Announce Nation’s First Set of
Model Codes and Standards for Green Building in the U.S.
ATLANTA – What do organizations representing building safety professionals, energy and lighting engineers, green building practitioners,
architects and technical standards developers have in common? They have all come together to green the nation’s built environment by es-
tablishing a comprehensive model green building code designed to rapidly advance green building practice across the U.S.
The International Code Council (ICC), the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), the
U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), and the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IES) today announce the launch of the
International Green Construction Code (IGCC), representing the merger of two national efforts to develop adoptable and enforceable green
building codes. The IGCC provides the building industry with language that both broadens and strengthens building codes in a way that will
accelerate the construction of high performance green buildings across the U.S.
For decades, ICC and ASHRAE have worked to develop codes and standards that become the industry standard of care for the design, con-
struction, operations and maintenance of residential and commercial buildings in the U.S. and internationally. In coordination with the ef-
forts of ICC and ASHRAE, USGBC has been leading a nationwide green building movement centered on the LEED Green Building Rating
System since LEED was launched in 2000. The convergence of these efforts in the IGCC is perhaps the most significant development in the
buildings industry in the past 10 years.
Leveraging ICC’s unrivaled delivery infrastructure to reach all 50 states and more than 22,000 local jurisdictions and ASHRAE, USGBC
and IES’s technical strengths, this partnership will accelerate the proliferation of green building codes and standards developed jointly by
ICC, ASHRAE and USGBC and IES, across the country and around the globe. The newly launched International Green Construction Code
(IGCC) establishes a previously unimaginable regulatory framework for the construction of high performance commercial buildings that are
safe, sustainable and by the book.
A landmark addition to the technical content of the IGCC is the inclusion of ANSI/ASHRAE/USGBC/IES Standard 189.1, Standard for the
Design of High Performance, Green Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings, as an alternate path of compliance. Standard 189.1 is
a set of technically rigorous requirements, which like the IGCC, covers criteria including water use efficiency, indoor environmental qual-
ity, energy efficiency, materials and resource use, and the building’s impact on its site and its community. Standard 189.1 was written by
experts representing all areas of the building industry, who contributed tens of thousands of man hours. Developed in a little over three
years, the standard underwent four public reviews in which some 2,500 comments were received.
“The emergence of green building codes and standards is an important next step for the green building movement, establishing a much-
needed set of baseline regulations for green buildings that is adoptable, usable and enforceable by jurisdictions,” said ICC Chief Executive
Officer Richard P. Weiland. “The IGCC provides a vehicle for jurisdictions to regulate green for the design and performance of new and
renovated buildings in a manner that is integrated with existing codes as an overlay, allowing all new buildings to reap the rewards of im-
proved design and construction practices.”
“Bringing together the code expertise of ICC with technical expertise of ASHRAE to create a comprehensive green building code will ac-
celerate our transformation to more sustainable building practices,” Gordon Holness, ASHRAE president, said. “ASHRAE is committed to
providing the design guidance building designers and engineers need to reduce the energy consumption of buildings.”
“The U.S. Green Building Council’s mission is market transformation and we’ve long recognized the need to reach beyond the market lead-
ers served by LEED to accomplish this goal,” said Rick Fedrizzi, President, CEO and Founding Chairman of the U.S. Green Building
Council. “Broadening the scope of the codes and establishing a higher floor allows us to continue to raise the ceiling, a critical factor in
how the building industry is working to mitigate climate change. We are thrilled to see this set of complementary green building codes and
standards; our organizations working collaboratively will advance green building nationwide in a way that was never before possible. ”
"IES is pleased to support the collaborative efforts of the organizations which demonstrate expertise in code and technical standards devel-
opment in this comprehensive green building code,” said Rita Harrold, IES Director of Technology. “IES looks forward to ongoing guid-
ance for sustainable building practices."
On Monday, March 15, ASHRAE, IES and USGBC will join ICC at its Washington, DC headquarters as they and their co-authors (the
American Institute of Architects and the American Society for Testing Materials) launch the IGCC. On Monday, Standard 189 .1 and the
IGCC will be available for wide distribution, providing much-needed content, code language, and vision for more safe and sustainable fu-
ture. The organizations are also working together to advance related education and advocacy efforts to promote adoption, enforcement and
compliance with the IGCC codes that will pave the way for green buildings and neighborhoods, while creating jobs and strengthening the
economy. For more information on IGCC: http://www.intlcode.org/cs/IGCC/Pages/default.aspx and on Standard 189.1:
Please visit following websites for each association. www.intlcode.org for ICC, www.usgbc.org for USGBC www.ies.org for IES
and www.ashrae.org for ASHRAE.
For Release: March 11, 2010 Contact: Jodi Scott & Amanda Dean / Public Relations /678-539-1140 /email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
ASHRAE Learning Institute
Spring 2010 Online Course Series
2 WAYS TO REGISTER
Phone: Call toll-free at 1-800-527-4723 (US and Canada) or 404-636-8400 (worldwide)
Note: You may register up to 24 hours prior to an online seminar. Courses are in US Eastern Standard Time.
Introduction to Thermal Energy Storage Systems for A/C Using Standard 90.1 to Meet LEED Requirement
Wednesday, April 7, 2010 – 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. EDT Monday, April 26, 2010 – 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. EDT
Complying with Standard 90.1-2007: HVAC/Mechanical Introduction to Cleanroom Design
Monday, April 12, 2010 – 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. EDT Wednesday, April 28, 2010 – 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. EDT
Energy Management in New & Existing Buildings: A Sustainable Activity District Cooling & Heating Systems: Central Plants
Wednesday, April 14, 2010 – 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. EDT Monday, May 3, 2010 – 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. EDT
Complying with Standard 90.1-2007: Envelope/Lighting Complying with Requirements of ASHRAE Standard 62.1-2007
Monday, April 19, 2010 – 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. EDT Wednesday, May 5, 2010 – 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. EDT
Understanding & Designing Dedicated Outside Air Systems (DOAS)
Monday, May 10, 2010 – 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. EDT
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2009 - 2010 Meeting Schedule
Date Main Program Speaker PDH Credits Meeting Manager Location
September Gillette Stadium Tour NA Steve Nicholas Gillette Stadium
Wednesday, AFE joint Meeting email@example.com
September 30, 2009
Case Studies in High Perform- Ray Sinclair Doubletree -
October ance Ventilation and Cooling
1.75 Bryan Hermanny
Tuesday, Student Meeting/ firstname.lastname@example.org
October 13, 2009 Membership Night
Are High Performance Build- Doubletree -
November ings Really Performing?
Drury Crawley, Ph.d 2.00 Dan Diorio
Wednesday, History Night / Research &
Promotion Night / Donors DL Speaker
November 18, 2009 email@example.com
Recognition Night/ AEE Joint
UL Listings for Fire Rated Doubletree -
December Gerry Saieva 2.00 Bill Garvey
Tuesday, ASPE Joint Meeting firstname.lastname@example.org
December 8, 2009
January Don’t Do Stupid Things Joe Listiburek 2.00 Steve Nicholas
Membership Night/YEA email@example.com
January 12, 2010
Integrating Energy Conserva- Allan Ames Doubletree -
February tion Strategies into Academic Steve Mahler 2.00 Pat Duffy Waltham
Laboratory Projects Walter Henry
Tuesday BSA Joint Meeting/ Past
February 9, 2010 President’s Night/YEA
February National Grid Offices
How to Introduction on Enrique De los Reyes
William J. Schlagetar,Jr 2.00 @ Reservoir Woods East
February 17, 2010 Waltham
CFD Analysis for Building Doubletree -
March Daniel Nall 2.00 Joshua Benoist
Comfort Systems Design Waltham
Research & Promotion
March 9, 2010 Joshua.firstname.lastname@example.org
See page3 for
April 2010 Product Show information. Jeff Schultz The Lantana
April 13, 2010
May N/A M/V Seaport Belle (Mass
Installation of Officers Bill Garvey Bay Cruise Lines)
Tuesday email@example.com Rowes Wharf
May 11, 2010
June Golf Outing N/A N/A Bill Garvey Halifax Country Clubs
June 7, 2010
2009 - 2010
BOSTON CHAPTER OFFICERS, BOARD OF GOVERNORS & CHAIRPERSONS
OFFICERS BOARD OF GOVERNORS
President 2009 - 2012 2008 - 2011 2007 - 2010
Bryan Hermanny, BR+A
617-928-8295 Daniel Diorio Darcy Carbone Dan Denisi (2009-2010)
firstname.lastname@example.org Boston College Stebbins-Duffy BR+A
Capital Projects Management 781-246-0840 617-254-0016 (395)
617-552-8772 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
William Garvey, WSP Flack+Kurtz
617-210-1711 Jim Liston Stephen Nicholas
email@example.com William Berry Air Industries
Jeffrey H. Schultz
Vice President BR+A 978-774-1057 978-682-9993
Patrick Duffy, BR+A 617-925-8242 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Todd Mason Joshua Benoist
Teri Shannon MTE Engineering Autodesk
Secretary DAC Sales (781) 329-7700 603-206-9122
Stephen Nicholas, Air Industries 207-985-0873 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Treasurer Steven Rosen, EYP
William Garvey, WSP Flack+Kurtz 617-305-9865
Attendance Greeting Product Show - April 2010 Sustainability
Daniel Denisi, BR+A Steven Tafone, William Berry Jeffrey Schultz, BR+A Jim Shiminski, DAC Sales
(617) 254-0016 978-774-1057 617-925-8242 207-985-0873
firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Chapter Program Historian Professional Development Fran Boucher, National Grid
Jeffrey Schultz, BR+A Eric Edman, BR+A Steve Bosland, EYP 508-421-7299
617-925-8242 617-925-8325 617-305-9831 Francis.firstname.lastname@example.org
email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Chapter Technology Transfer Honors & Awards Publicity Steven Rosen, EYP
Paul Hanbury, UMass Medical School Darcy Carbone, Stebbins Duffy William Garvey, WSP Flack+Kurtz 617-305-9865
781-246-0840 617-957-2567 617-210-1711 firstname.lastname@example.org
email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
CRC 2012 Chair
CRC Delegate Membership Promotion Refrigeration Darcy Carbone, Stebbins Duffy
Bryan Hermanny, BR+A Teri Shannon, DAC Steven Tafone, William Berry 617-957-2567
617-925-8295 207-985-0873 978-774-1057 firstname.lastname@example.org
email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
CRC 2012 CO-Chair
CRC Alternate Nominating Research Promotion Bob Persechini
William Garvey, WSP Flack+Kurtz Bob Persechini, RDK Boston Jeffrey H. Schultz, BR+A (617) 438-6319
617-210-1711 617-345-9885 617-925-8242 Rpersechini@RDKengineers.com
firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Golf Outing NorthEastAire Student Activities
William Garvey, WSP Flack+Kurtz Stacie Suh, Stebbins Duffy Joshua Benoist, Autodesk
617-210-1711 781-258-1002 603-206-9122
email@example.com Stacie@stebbinsduffy.com firstname.lastname@example.org
ASHRAE RESEARCH Investors
ASHRAE Chapter Contributors
Air Industries Incorporated Richard M. Dirienzo Max Levi
Alfieri Proctor Associates, Inc Patrick Duffy Joseph F Mannarino
James E Armstrong David M Elovitz, PE Alfred E Muccini
Robert J Barstow Energy Management Assoc. Inc Stephen Nicholas
Dr James M.Becker, PhD Engineered Solutions Inc Paul F Padua
Dr Arthur E. Bergles, PE Frank I. Rounds Company Victor G Pesek
Steven C. Bosland, PE William J Garvey Regan Marjollet Inc.
Henry P. Breen, Jr, PE Ralph S Gifford Steve L. Rosen
Thomas D. Bryte Robert A Hamilton Jeff Schultz
Darcy Carbone Bryan M Hermanny Parker Symmes
Carrier Corporation– UTC William J. Howenstein, PE Steven J Tafone
Robert A. Clark Paul Kevin Kennedy William K Thomas
DAC Sales David P. Kirschner Walsh Mechanical Contractors
David A DeMoura Gene F Koons, Jr Jane Wolf
Kirschner Associates, Inc John A Wright
CALL Jeff Schultz NOW! AT 617-925-8242 , OR: JHS@BRPLUSA.COM
Mail Check (Payable to “ASHRAE Research) to: Your contribution puts us closer to achieving our
ASHRAE RESEARCH goal. Please send what you can today!
c/o Jeff Schultz Individual contributions of $100 or more and Corporate
BR+A Consulting Engineers contributions of $150 or more receive this year’s
311 Arsenal St Commemorative Coin and Honor Roll Contribution status.
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