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October 9 Meeting

posted Oct 1, 2012, 6:29 AM by Andy Arsenault   [ updated Jan 14, 2013, 7:36 AM ]

MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT

 

Please join us for the second Maine Chapter ASHRAE meeting of 2012-2013.

DATE:              October 9, 2012

 

WHAT:             Radiant Fundamentals and Design of High and Low Mass Systems 

Michael Matzura. – East Coast Regional Sales Manager at Zehnder Rittling. Michael Matzura graduated Syracuse University where he received Masters & Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering.  Working for the Department of Energy’s Industrial Assessment Department performing energy audits/surveys for manufacturers in New York State he gained valuable knowledge in energy systems.  Thereafter he joined Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) located in New York City where he provided outreach project consulting for the New York State Energy and Research Development Authority’s (NYSERDA) New Construction and Commercial Industrial Performance Programs.  Michael continued his career as an engineering sales manager at Wales Darby Inc., a manufacturer’s rep in the NY/NJ area where he specialized in the design of low temperature heating and cooling systems.   He worked at Energy Squared, a consulting engineering firm in New Jersey, where he was responsible for strategic marketing planning, business development, sales and marketing operations.  During this time he acquired certifications in Certified Energy Manager, CEM and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, LEED AP. 

 

WHERE:           Senator Inn, 284 Western Ave, Augusta, ME 

                        www.senatorinn.com   (207) 622-5804

         

WHEN:             4:30 – 5:30 BOG Meeting – All are Welcome

5:30 – 6:30 Registration and Social Time

6:30 – 8:00 Dinner and Presentation

 

RSVP:              Andy Arsenault by Friday, October 5th

                        aarsenault@apav.com   (207) 985-9090

 

COST:               $35 for ASHRAE Members

$40 for Non-Members & Late Registration

 

 

MORE INFORMATION at www.ashraemaine.org

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