January 30, 2018 — The professional engineers at Cx Associates will present three workshops at the 2018 Better Buildings by Design conference in Burlington, Vermont on February 8. Cx Associates has been building energy resiliency throughout the Northeast with its commissioning, measurement, verification, and energy efficiency consulting services.
Senior engineer Ben Fowler earned his Professional Engineer (P.E.) license in Vermont. Ben's area of expertise is mechanical engineering, HVAC and Refrigeration. The P.E. is for engineers who have gained a minimum of four years’ post-college work experience in their chosen engineering discipline and passed the examination. The Board of Professional Engineering oversees this profession in the state of Vermont.
The Business People Vermont article is a great piece showcasing our long commitment and experience to energy efficiency, commissioning, and “making sure the building works right.” Thanks to Dave Keelty for the praises of our work at University of Vermont Medical Center.
Burlington—Cx Associates opened a satellite office in Portland, Maine, to support the firm’s increased work in the state. Cx Associates is an engineering consulting firm that provides energy analysis and improves building performance for healthcare, higher education, multifamily, manufacturing and other large commercial and industrial facilities.
Cx Associates, a leading energy engineering firm and pioneer in the field of building commissioning, announces the addition of Gretchen Schimelpfenig to its team as engineer. Gretchen will apply her expertise in net zero energy buildings and renewable energy technology for Cx Associates’ clients.
ASHRAE Guideline 36: Advanced HVAC Control Sequences
January 27, 2017 — In the commercial industrial sector, retrofit energy efficiency measures such as the installation of LED lighting and variable frequency drives (VFDs) on HVAC equipment have become common. Matt Napolitan and Rick Stehmeyer will present an overview of ASHRAE Guideline 36 on February 2 at the Better Buildings by Design (BBD) conference. ASHRAE Guideline 36 is a set of HVAC control sequences that can be implemented as part of a retrofit or new construction, and the algorithms that building automation systems employ to keep commercial buildings comfortable and efficient.