Lunch & Learn Education Series: Controls
Is your building automation system (BAS) at its latest version? If not, your out-of-date BAS could be costing you significant opportunities to save energy, extend equipment life and improve occupant comfort. Not only are older BAS often incompatible with new technologies, they can often be targets for hackers, leaving organizations open to cybersecurity risks.
Today's BAS are designed with features and benefits unheard of just a decade ago; ones that can help you do more with less, protect your system, and quantify return on investment. Join this on October 19th to understand how the newest BAS benefits can help you evaluate your system and determine when it's time to upgrade, reduce risks and capitalize on efficiencies.
Carrie Friedrich, is an Account Executive at Johnson Controls where she specializes in working directly with building owners to maximize energy savings and optimize the performance of their mechanical systems. She has been in the mechanical construction and energy savings performance contracting industry for 7 years. Her energy and retrofit projects have saved clients over $4M. She is a graduate of UNT and is a Certified Energy Manager by the Association of Energy Engineers. She is a proud member of the Dallas 2030 District, Association of Energy Engineers, Texas Energy Managers Association and UNT Alumni Association.
James Jones, as a member of SCHMIDT & STACY®’s Construction Administration team, Mr. Jones is responsible for coordinating and managing the Construction Administration phase of the project. His responsibilities include troubleshooting field questions, responding to RFI’s, performing periodic reviews of constructed work, monitoring the progress of construction, and expediting shop drawings. Additionally, as a LEED® Accredited Professional, Mr. Jones has provided Fundamental & Enhanced commissioning services on a variety of LEED® Gold and Silver Certified projects.
This event is sponsored by FSG http://www.fsgi.com/fsg/
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