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September 08, 2014

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September 2014 Chapter Meeting
September 08, 2014
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Vintage Brewing Co. - Madison
674 South Whitney Way
Madison, WI 53711
Lab Equipment: Capturing the other 50%

$20.00 Member Registration

$30.00 Non-member registration

$100.00 Cafeteria Plan

$0.00 Student

 Happy Hour - 5 pm (optional)

 Dinner - 6:00 pm

 Main Presentation - 7:00 pm - Lab Equipment: Capturing the other 50%

 This Presentation will qualify for 1 PDH towards continuing education for Engineering Licences.



 Capital and operating cost reduction by means of proactive laboratory equipment planning and management processes represents the next big efficiency improvement opportunity for research facilities. Paul Erickson illustrates best practices for capturing current usage data, projecting future infrastructure demands, and identifying conservation opportunities that deliver bottom line savings. He scopes out what can be accomplished through plug load and infrastructure size reduction in new projects and renovations without compromising research program flexibility, and he examines successful facility equipment management models from multiple case studies.


Paul Erickson, LEED AP BD+C, Sustainable Practice Leader for Affiliated Engineers, manages AEI’s sustainability design services, acting as a project consultant and as the firm’s internal coordinator of sustainable technology and strategy training. Erickson’s participation in the design and analysis of high-performance buildings has led to significant experience in mechanical system design, lighting, daylighting, renewable energy, and building performance simulation. His background in building systems engineering, geology, and chemical engineering provides a breadth of knowledge essential to the successful ideation, evaluation, and implementation of sustainable design concepts. In addition to course instruction at the University of Wisconsin, Erickson has been a presenter at Greenbuild, ASHRAE, Tradeline and I2SL (Labs21).



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