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Introduction to Science Lab Building Systems

  • Sep. 28-30, 2021 - Madison, WI (C053)
Improve the safety and energy-efficient operations of science and engineering research laboratories by gaining an understanding of the unique requirements of the lab environment and the building systems that support them. You will learn to identify preventive maintenance issues and possible energy conservation measures, validate HVAC design assumptions and criteria, and evaluate high-performance fume hoods on your lab projects.
Discipline: Mechanical
RA01517

The Commissioning Process for Delivering Quality Constructed Projects

  • Oct. 11-13, 2021 - Madison, WI (U399)
  • Jan. 10-14, 2022 - Live Online (C468)
  • May 16-18, 2022 - Madison, WI (C459)
Customizable
Learn why the Commissioning Process (CxP) provides consistent, cost-effective, and successful delivery of new buildings and constructed projects, and enhances the performance of existing buildings. Gain tools and techniques to incorporate this quality process from pre-design through the life of the facility. Highly valuable for all project team members, this course covers CxP goals, process steps, cost and benefits, case studies, and more.
Discipline: Mechanical
RA00257

Coordinated Fire Protection Sprinklers and Fire Alarm Systems

  • Oct. 12-14, 2021 - Madison, WI (C048)
Learn to design and install sprinkler systems in accordance with NFPA 13, and fire alarm systems per NFPA 72. Understand sprinkler benefits in the building code (IBC), while maintaining fully compliant fire and life safety systems in your facilities. Learn recent code changes and considerations for interlocked pre-action sprinklers, gas suppression, and early smoke detection and alarm systems on your projects.
Discipline: Mechanical
RA01547

The Commissioning Process for Existing Buildings

  • Oct. 18-19, 2021 - Live Online (U400)
  • May 19-20, 2022 - Madison, WI (C460)
You will learn an effective approach to access the potential benefits of commissioning existing buildings, and develop a plan to identify opportunities and execute activities in all phases for existing buildings and retro-commissioning programs. Also, you will learn how to implement a campus-, city-, or corporate-wide commissioning process program. The cost and benefits of the process and the role in performance contracts—for energy and retro-commissioning programs—will be discussed.
Discipline: Mechanical
RA00752

DDC Controls

  • Oct. 18-22, 2021 - Madison, WI (C149)
Expand your knowledge of direct digital control (DDC) for HVAC building systems. Learn how to plan the system architecture, evaluate open protocols, and follow best practices for a variety of HVAC applications. Whether you design, specify, operate, or own these systems, you will benefit from detailed coverage of the technology, not specific to any manufacturer.
Discipline: Mechanical
RA00259

Data Center Mechanical and Electrical Design and Operation

  • Oct. 20-22, 2021 - Madison, WI or Live Online (C049)
Improve your understanding of the design, installation and operation of data centers, including electrical power, HVAC systems, controls, and computer rack layouts. Learn how to comply with the codes, plan for growth and changing technology, implement test procedures, improve energy efficiency, and coordinate with consultants, contractors, and IT professionals.
Discipline: Mechanical
RA01524

ASSE Backflow Prevention Assembly Tester Course and Exam

  • Nov. 1-5, 2021 - Jefferson, WI (T939)
  • Mar. 21-25, 2022 - Jefferson, WI (U346)
  • Oct. 24-28, 2022 - Madison, WI (U354)
Customizable
Earn the ASSE Backflow Prevention Assembly Tester certification by completing the ASSE Backflow Prevention Assembly Tester Course and Exam. The ASSE Backflow Prevention Assembly Tester certification meets Minnesota and Michigan backflow prevention tester certification requirements. You must have five years of experience in plumbing or a related industry to take the exam.
Discipline: Mechanical
RA01409
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