Chapter Program Chairs

2018 - 2019

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Kelsey Koshi

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Meeting Info

Save the Dates! Chapter Meetings are every 2nd Thursday of the month.

 Directions

October 11, 2018

October 11th Monthly Chapter Meeting
October 11, 2018
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM
The Plaza Club
900 Fort Street Mall, 20th Flr
Honoululu, HI 96813
http://www.theplazaclub.com
October Monthly Meeting

$45.00 Member Registration
$55.00 after 05:00 pm October 9

$50.00 Non-Member Registration
$55.00 after 05:00 pm October 9

$0.00 Student Registration

 

Come join us for the 2nd monthly meeting of the ASHRAE Hawaii Chapter

 

  Where to Park

 


 

 Meeting Agenda

 

Registration - 5:30

 

Technical Presentation - 6:00

 

Dinner - 7:00

 

Main Program - 7:30

 

Adjournment - 9:00

 


 

Technical Presentation

 

Topic: The Do’s and Don’t’s of DOAS

If designed and utilized correctly, a DOAS, or Designated Outdoor Air System, can provide a multitude of benefits in
new construction or retrofit applications. Due to the extreme climate in Hawaii, some special considerations must be
made in order to maximize these benefits. You are invited to join us as we discuss the proper implementation of Hawaii
DOAS for optimal performance and sustainability.

Presenter: David Lindsay, E.I.T.

David Lindsay, E.I.T., holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the
University of Missouri – Columbia. Based out of the CaptiveAire Southern California office,
David specializes in assisting with DOAS design and selection in various applications. David
keeps up to date with the latest HVAC technologies and resources through his membership in
the Orange Empire Chapter of ASHRAE.

 

 


 

Main Program

 

Topic: DDC Controls Round Table

Automatic control systems are widely used in the HAVC industry. As design consultants, contractors, equipment
suppliers, we all need to deal with it on a daily basis. Controls can sometimes be mysterious, and understanding
their application in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems is important for ensuring proper operation of
equipment, as well as to save energy for clients. Towards that end, ASHRAE Hawaii chapter assembled a panel of
control experts in our local industry for the upcoming October monthly meeting to unravel the mystery of control
systems, as well as discuss changes and advances made in the controls industry in recent years and update us about
the future direction of the industry. Therefore, please join us in our upcoming monthly meeting to hear and learn
from the best control experts of our local industry!

Presenters: David R. Jimenez, P.E.; Rolf Klein; Ken Richardson; R. J. Ritter

David Jimenez, P.E.: David Jimenez is a building systems and equipment professional with 16 years of industry experience.
While earning a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of
South Florida, David interned for Johnson Controls’ Energy Solutions division. During this time,
David gained strong fundamental skills in optimizing building systems with life cycle cost in
mind. Upon earning his undergraduate degree, David continued with Johnson Controls, taking
on increasing levels of responsibility, leadings teams of engineers on projects along the eastern
United States and internationally including Puerto Rico, Guam, Philippines, Japan & South Korea.
Throughout this time, David has helped numerous institutions ranging from K-12 schools,
military installations, concert halls, local municipalities, universities, private commercial businesses
and healthcare facilities realize hundreds of millions of dollars worth of capital improvements,
generating hundreds of millions in utility and operational savings.

Rolf Klein: Rolf Klein is a graduate of Western Michigan University, where he earned his bachelor’s degree
in industrial marketing, and minored in business communications. Since college, Mr. Klein has
worked for Hawaii Instrumentation and Controls, STAEFA Control Systems, CSI-AMF Control
Systems, and GTE-Sylvania Lighting Systems. Currently, Rolf is the Director of all Sales & Marketing,
as well as one of the Principal Owners at Hawaii Energy Systems.

Ken Richardson: Ken Richardson is the President of Island Controls, Inc., a Building Automation and Commercial
Air Conditioning Service company, with more than 35 years of experience in the mechanical contracting
field. Ken started his career in the United States Air Force where he worked with Aircraft
Electronics & Avionics systems. From there, he decided to go into the HVAC industry
where he has worked for Johnson Controls and Heide & Cook. In 2004, Ken started his own
company, Island Controls. Ken currently serves on the board as the President of the Plumbers
and Mechanical Contractors Association (PAMCA).

R. J. Ritter: RJ Ri????er is the Area General Manager for Trane Hawaii. RJ has been with the Trane company
Honolulu office since 1992, primarily responsible for DDC controls design and implementation
and turnkey contracting. In 2017 he moved into the Sales Manager role, and in 2018 into the
General Manager role. He has participated in many ASHRAE controls presentations and teaches
controls design to mechanical engineers and for the University of Hawaii Outreach College,
Building Operator’s Course.

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