Baumann Presents on Building Enclosure Commissioning (BECx) at AIA Convention Saturday

/Baumann Presents on Building Enclosure Commissioning (BECx) at AIA Convention Saturday

Baumann Presents on Building Enclosure Commissioning (BECx) at AIA Convention Saturday

Juni 10, 2014

Chicago, IL, June 2014.

Baumann is thrilled to be participating in this year’s national AIA Convention in Chicago. As a new Associate Member of the Chicago AIA chapter, Baumann looks forward to meeting fellow AIA member companies and industry peers at the Convention.

If you are attending the Convention this weekend, make sure to join our own James Brew, Denver office Director and Chief Building Scientist, and Ben Burgoyne, Mechanical Engineer and Head of Commissioning, for an in-depth discussion of the building enclosure commissioning process, best-practice strategies and methods for determining performance compliance. The session will focus on the science of good design and how to meet the coming demand for envelope commissioning under the new requirements of LEED v4 and supported by the standards from ASHRAE, NIBS, and ASTM.

“Building Enclosure Commissioning: What, Why, Who, When, and How?”
Saturday, June 28th, 8:30am-10:00am
Course Number: SA203
Learning Units: 1.50
Room: S105A

For a sneak preview of the presentation, check out James’ YouTube video.

We look forward to meeting you on the show floor and seeing you at our session on Saturday!

From: EB-Engineers.com[:de]Chicago, IL, June 2014.

Baumann is thrilled to be participating in this year’s national AIA Convention in Chicago. As a new Associate Member of the Chicago AIA chapter, Baumann looks forward to meeting fellow AIA member companies and industry peers at the Convention.

If you are attending the Convention this weekend, make sure to join our own James Brew, Denver office Director and Chief Building Scientist, and Ben Burgoyne, Mechanical Engineer and Head of Commissioning, for an in-depth discussion of the building enclosure commissioning process, best-practice strategies and methods for determining performance compliance. The session will focus on the science of good design and how to meet the coming demand for envelope commissioning under the new requirements of LEED v4 and supported by the standards from ASHRAE, NIBS, and ASTM.

“Building Enclosure Commissioning: What, Why, Who, When, and How?”
Saturday, June 28th, 8:30am-10:00am
Course Number: SA203
Learning Units: 1.50
Room: S105A

For a sneak preview of the presentation, check out James’ YouTube video.

We look forward to meeting you on the show floor and seeing you at our session on Saturday!