Register for the February Chapter
Meeting Date: February 8, 2016
Russo’s Spazio Westport
12031 Lackland Rd
St. Louis, MO 63146
4:15 PM– 4:45 PM Registration & Networking
4:45 PM – 5:35 PM Technical Session
5:45 PM – 7:00 PM Dinner and Main Session
- Chapter Members Cost $0.00*
* when chapter dues paid
- Non-Members Cost $25.00
PAYMENT METHODS: Credit Cards w/ Online payment during registration; Or – Paypal invoice on arrival.
Everyone must register even if you have paid dues.
ONLINE: Click on hyperlink below or copy and paste the URL into your browser: https://ashrae-stl.org/registration/ Please make sure that you fill in all the information requested, press ‘submit’ and then complete the form to the point where you hit ‘confirm’. Thank you.
CANCELLATION: You may cancel up to 8:00am on Monday before the meeting. If not canceled by this point you will be responsible for the meeting cost of $25.
PDH CERTIFICATES: Will be emailed to all attendees.
“Hydronics 101” by Jeff Boldt
Jeff Boldt will cover Hydronics 101. This presentation focuses solely on the basics related to configuration, layout, and major system components of hot water and chilled water systems as an introduction to hydronics for those new to the design industry.
“Understanding ASHRAE Standard 188 and Engineering Keys to Legionella Control” by Jeff Boldt
Legionella is a waterborne pathogen that accounts for numerous deaths each year. Legionella species are among the pathogens that are a concern for facilities in potable and cooling water systems. While many guidelines exist to assist with reducing Legionellosis risk, incorporating these recommendations into building specifications at the design stage is not always straightforward and is often overlooked. THis seminar provides and overview of Legionella (the bacteria and the disease) and provides guidance to engineers on how to specify system design using existing guidelines and codes.
- Understand the challenges of Legionnaires’ disease prevention and control of Legionella in water systems.
- Know current trends in epidemiology (disease transmission), diagnosis, and treatment of Legionnaries’ disease.
- Distinguish and be familiar with Legionella disinfection and control methods, including chemical and non-chemical methods.
- Apply the information from this seminar to write specifications for water treatment in cooling water systems.
About the Presenter:
Jeff Boldt, PE, LEED AP, HBDP
KJWW Engineering– Principal | Director of Engineering
Jeff is a Principal and the Director of Engineering at KJWW Engineering, a 500 person firm. He is a licensed Professional Engineer with over 30 years’ experience in mechanical, fire protection, and acoustical design. He is registered in both Mechanical and Fire Protection Engineering.
Jeff is a voting member of ASHRAE’s 90.1 Energy Standard and chairs the working groups dealing with Hydronics, Elevators/Escalators, and Duct System Leakage. Jeff is also a voting member of ASHRAE 189.1 Standard for the Design of High Performance Green Buildings and chairs the 189.1 acoustics discussion group.
Jeff is an author of the Advanced Energy Design Guid (AEDG) for Large Hospitals and of the AEDG for Small Healthcare Facilities. He also has watched, cataloged, and rated every ASHRAE summer and winter meeting seminar since 2004.
He has served as Project Manager and Design Engineer on many award-winning projects; including the Agronomy Laboratory, which won the ASHRAE International Technology Award for the best HVAC design of the year and appeared on the cover of the ASHRAE Journal. Jeff is a member of ASHE, ICC, SFPE, WHEA, the WHEA Code Committee, the Wisconsin Energy Conservation Code Council, and the Wisconsin Mechanical Code Council.
Since 2012 Jeff has had articles published in the ASHRAE Journal (How 90.1-2010 Will Affect Healthcare Facilities, 2015 Hydronics 101), in CSE Magazine (What’s New in ASHRAE 90.1-2031 and also How Standard 90.1-2010 Will Affect HVAC Designs), and in Engineered Systems (Acoustical Issues in Healthcare and Humidification: Options, Amines, and the Effects of ASHRAE Standards 62.1 and 170).