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February 11, 2019

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February 2019 Meeting
February 11, 2019
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Radisson Hotel Madison West
517 Grand Canyon Dr
Madison, WI 53719
2015 IECC & IMC Changes & Amendments with Randy Dahmen, P.E.

$20.00 Member Registration

$30.00 Guest (non Madison ASHRAE member)

$0.00 Cafeteria Plan - Local Member

$0.00 Student Ticket

Technical Session - 5 pm NONE

Dinner - 6:00 pm

Main Presentation - 7:00 pm - 2015 IECC & IMC Changes & Amendments with Randy Dahmen, P.E.


Main Presentation Highlights:

2015 IECC & IMC changes and amendments

The State of Wisconsin Department of Safety & Professional Services updated the Wisconsin Commercial Building Code on May 1, 2018 by incorporating the 2015 International Codes along with Wisconsin amendments.  There has been much discussion as to what were the changes associated with the adoption, and how those changes are being applied in the field.  Randy intends to provide information and guidance on the application of the recently adopted rules through group discussion.


Randall R. Dahmen, PE

Advanced Consultant

– HVAC & Energy Conservation

State of Wisconsin

Department of Safety & Professional Services

Division of Industry Services

Madison, WI


Mr. Dahmen graduated with honors from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, in 1985, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering Mechanics.  He continued engineering studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and was awarded a Master of Science Degree in Engineering Mechanics in 1986.  He has been a registered Professional Engineer in the State of Wisconsin since 1989.

Prior to his current position, Randy worked with the Carnes Company, a HVAC equipment and air system manufacturer located in Verona, WI.  During that time, he was involved in the design and testing of air movement equipment, the certification of air movement equipment & systems (via ARI, UL, CSA), as well as the start-up & servicing of equipment delivered to the field.  He was the Senior Product Engineer for the Energy Recovery Wheel, and Air Handling Unit product lines.

He has worked for the State of Wisconsin’s Division of Industry Services (formally the Division of Safety and Buildings) as an Advanced Consultant for the past 24 yrs.  His present efforts involve the Wisconsin Commercial Building Code with emphasis on the HVAC and Energy Conservation Chapters; HVAC Qualifier Certification Program; training as it involves Designers, Contractors, Building Owners and new employees on the use of the HVAC and Energy Conservation Chapters of the Commercial Building Code, as well as Commercial Building Plan Review.  He has represented the Division on the Commercial Building Energy Conservation, HVAC as well as General Code Committees during his tenure.

He is certified as a Commercial Building Inspector, as well as a Uniform Dwelling Code HVAC Inspector.  He has passed the Wisconsin HVAC Qualifier Examination.

He earned an “Outstanding Service Award” from the Wisconsin Department of Commerce in 1998.

He was awarded a “Certificate of Appreciation” from the Milwaukee Chapter of ASHRAE for “…devoted service to the growth and progress of ASHRAE Inc.” for 2005-2006

Randy was a finalist for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Jeffrey Johnson Award for his extensive energy conservation efforts as performed in the State of Wisconsin in 2008.

Outside of work, Randy was presented the National Melvin Jones Fellowship Award for his extensive humanitarian efforts by the Lions Club International Foundation in 2014.

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