February Meeting



Holiday Inn and Suites Madison West

March 9th, 2020




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Fellow Madison ASHRAE Members,

Last month we had a unique and very fortunate panel of speakers present on different ASHRAE Research Projects in the local area.  Thanks again to our speakers for a great evening and for everyone who made it in attendance! 

This month, we have an exciting opportunity to learn about the new requirement for Fault Detection and Diagnosis as a technical presentation, along with the main presentation consisting of High-Performance Sequence of Operations for HVAC Systems in today’s buildings.  Both presentations will be made by Automatic Logic.

I would like to promote this month’s YEA event held Friday, Feb 21st at the Delta Brew Labs, starting at 5:30 pm.  This will be a joint event with IBPSA, as well as promoting student evening for any students who want to attend and are of age.  Please see Ryan Youngdahl or Kathleen Baker for more information, and don’t forget to register at the link below. 


Lastly, we still have an open Member at Large position available, as well as an open Research Promotion chair position available.  Please see myself or any other Board of Governor member if you have an interest in either of these positions or if you’d like additional details.  

Thanks and I look forward to seeing everyone at our ALC presentations for this month’s chapter meeting!

Paul Schack

Madison ASHRAE Chapter President 2019-2020
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