Are you interested in learning more about the commissioning process and what Building Envelope Commissioning (BECx) is? If so, you won’t want to miss our May 20th program! Attendees will learn about American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards like ASTM E2813, National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS) guideline 3-2012, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineer (ASHRAE) Guideline 0 -2005, and Envelope Design Guidelines for Federal Office Buildings: Thermal Integrity and Air tightness (NISTIR 4821). The presenter will give examples of activities that a BECx agent would execute during the project’s life cycle and share lessons learned from performing BECx on a Federal Building in West Virginia .
SPEAKER:David Meyers is a Certified Commissioning Authority that has lead or has been a part of the commissioning process for over 9.2 million square feet with a combined construction cost of over 4.4 billion dollars. He is currently working for JACOBS Engineering on the SSA Data Center, on the World Trade Center, at West Point, at Universities in Cambridge, MA, as well as a number of GSA buildings. He been involved with number of articles, books, and presentations on commissioning, historical preservation, and passive design. He currently sits on the Architectural Review Board for the city of Kirkwood, MO.
Jointly presented by USGBC-MGC Mid-Missouri Branch and Mid-Missouri AIA
Monday, May 20
11:30 AM - 1:15 PM
Free to USGBC-MGC and AIA members
$10 suggested donation for non-members
Email us your lunch order from the Stadium Grille by 9 AM the day of the event and we will order it for you. Lunch is not included in the registration fee.