Join the Student Activities Group as we send off this year’s graduating seniors. The event…
Wednesday April 11th, 2018 11:30 A.M.
Basement Conference Room 222 N. Wall, Spokane, WA 99201
Please RSVP and prepay at: http://ie-ashrae.org/meeting-rsvp/
Topic: Chilled beams: Comfort, Energy Savings and Control
AIA-approved course # SAA 1001
Explore the application and benefits of chilled beams, with emphasis on comfort and energy savings.
• Understand functions and benefits of chilled beam systems
• Select energy-efficient types of air-water devices for room conditioning
• Understand the sustainable design elements of chilled beam systems: saves energy, allows for less construction material via lower building height
• Understand the Health, Safety and Welfare elements of chilled beam systems: inherent comfort advantages, link between good indoor comfort and workplace productivity and safety
Speaker: Brian Stinnett, Regional Sales Manager for Swegon North America
Brian received his BS in Mechanical Engineering from Oregon State University and MBA from North Carolina State University.
After graduating from OSU, Brian spent 7 years as a Surface Warfare Officer in the United States Navy. After leaving the Navy, Brian worked for Carrier Corporation for 16 years. Brian started with Carrier in Michigan as a Commercial Service Account Manager and then transitioned to Commercial Equipment Sales Engineer two years later. After two years in Commercial Equipment Sales, and getting his LEED AP credentials, Brian transitioned into Commercial Equipment Sales Management. After 5 additional years as the Eastern Michigan sales manager, Brian and his family moved to Raleigh North Carolina where Brian was the Eastern North Carolina Commercial Sales Manager with Carrier, managing service sales and Commercial Equipment Sales. In 2016, 8 years after moving to Raleigh, Brian joined Swegon North American as the Regional Sales Manager covering the East Coast and Pacific Northwest.