May 2015

ASHRAE Tucson Newsletter

PLEASE NOTE THE MEETING THIS MONTH WILL BE ON A MONDAY


President's Message

We had a fantastic topic with Chris McDonald as a Distinguished ASHRAE Lecturer discussing Documentation Management and Discovery. This presentation explained what you should and should not be stating in emails and correspondence, and how to address these items if they are in writing.
 
REMINDER: Our golf event is this Friday April 24th with a 7:30 am shotgun start. See the ASHRAE Tucson website http://www.ashraetucson.org/golf-tournament/ for the latest information on the event. The event is at the Forty Niner Country Club again this year.
 
OUR NEXT LUNCHEON LECTURE IS COMING UP QUICKLY ON MONDAY MAY 4TH: We have the honor of having our Distinguished Lecturer and National ASHRAE President Tom Phoenix coming to visit our chapter and discuss “People, Passion and Performance”.  Tom's presentation will be on his ASHRAE presidential theme for his term:

“Thanks to our more than 50,000 members around the globe, ASHRAE is building a worldwide best practices network of innovative people and successful technologies to serve the built environment community. Our membership also has great passion – I see that in how much time and dedication our people give to helping write standards, develop research, guide in policy and procedure, etc. Together, our people plus their passion ensure performance – whether that’s improving the performance of our great Society or improving the performance of building stock around the world.  Our people, our passion and our performance will take ASHRAE to the next level.”

If you have any recommendations or comments for presentation topics and speakers, feel free to let any of us on the ASHRAE board know. You can reach me at ebuchholz@sunmechanical.net. Thanks and have a great day – Eric


May Lunch Meeting

As ASHRAE’s president, Phoenix chairs the Society’s Board of Directors and Executive Committee.  His presidential theme is “People, Passion and Performance." 

About the Speaker:

Thomas H. Phoenix, P.E., Fellow ASHRAE
 
ASHRAE-Certified Building Energy Assessment and Building Energy Modeling Professional, is principal and vice president, Moser Mayer Phoenix Associates, Greensboro, N.C.
 
        Phoenix started his career in HVAC over 30 years ago as an engineer with the Division of Plant Operation of the North Carolina State Board of Education. After a few years he had an opportunity to enter the design and consulting field of the HVAC business and has been working in that discipline since then. 
In 1989 Phoenix established the engineering department, and became a partner, in the architectural/engineering firm of Moser Mayer Phoenix Associates, PA. Phoenix’s design portfolio includes schools, research and testing laboratories, industrial manufacturing facilities and numerous classroom, residence hall and food service projects for colleges and universities. 
Significant projects in which Phoenix has been involved include the North Carolina Museum of History, the American Airlines Hub (Terminal C) at Raleigh Durham International Airport, the Greensboro Natural Science Center SciQuarium and Animal Discovery exhibit areas, the Atlantic Coast Conference Hall of Champions Exhibit Hall and the Newbridge Bank Baseball Stadium. 
Phoenix previously served on the Board of Directors as president-elect, treasurer, vice president, a director-at-large and director and regional chair for Region IV.
He is a recipient of an Exceptional Service Award, a Presidential Award of Excellence, the Region IV Rudy Ferguson Award and a Regional Award of Merit.
He was awarded a Bachelor of Science in engineering operations from North Carolina State University.
ASHRAE, founded in 1894, is a global society advancing human well-being through sustainable technology for the built environment. The Society and its more than 50,000 members worldwide focus on building systems, energy efficiency, indoor air quality, refrigeration and sustainability. Through research, standards writing, publishing, certification and continuing education, ASHRAE shapes tomorrow’s built environment today. 
 

 
 

 

2015 Golf Tournament 

The 2015 Golf Tournament is fast approaching! All proceeds go to ASHRAE Research & Development and Chapter Scholarship Fund.  More than $15,000 has gone to U of A Students &  Scholarships in the last 5 years!

Please see the website for further details and registration information, or send an email to info@ashraetucson.org

 
 


 

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