Trane, a business of Ingersoll Rand - the world leader in creating and sustaining safe, comfortable and energy efficient environments - improves the performance of buildings around the world. Trane solutions optimize indoor environments with a broad portfolio of energy efficient heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems, building and contracting services, parts support and advanced controls for commercial buildings.
Trane is in need of a Project Manager - Equipment to join our Harrisburg, PA commercial Sales Office. The role of Project Manager - Equipment works directly with customers, project administrator, account manager, sub-contractors, and material suppliers to ensure timely completion of assigned projects and customer satisfaction. This person manages all aspects of equipment projects, from beginning to end, with direct responsibility for project execution while working in a team environment, to accomplish specific objectives in a given time frame and budget. This includes coordinating selection, pricing, equipment, controls, and services for each project. This person is responsible for the estimating, administration, implementation, and management of equipment projects.
Additional responsibilities include:
Minimum requirements include the following:
To respond to this ad, please navigate to http://careers.ingersollrand.com/ and locate job number 633940.
Central PA ASHRAE will publish employment opportunities in the Pennant at a cost of $50/month.The Pennant is distributed twice each month (September through May) to approximately 500 people. Contact Mark Tome (717) 814-8237 to have employment opportunities included in the Pennant
Distinguished Lecturer Presentation
Wednesday, March 13th, 2013 @ Holiday Inn, Harriburg East
Certificates for 1.5 professional development hour will be available for attendees of the dinner meeting.
Unless the thermal envelope (i.e. the insulation-vapor barrier system) is carefully designed and installed it may have a major negative impact on the HVAC system. Airflow through the thermal envelope can reduce the insulation system R-value to near zero. A classic example of this is an acoustical ceiling with insulation batts on top of the tile and a pressure difference across the ceiling. Another example is the HVAC designer using a pressure difference across the thermal envelope in an attempt to control moisture issues. Insulation failure can result in ice dams innorthern climates and moisture condensation in hot humid climates and cold climates. Many so-called HVAC failures are actually insulation system failures. Vapor barriers/retarders are a very important aspect contributing to the performance of the HVAC system. A vapor barrier is not a vapor barrier if it allows air transfer.
William A. Lotz, P.E. specializes in consulting on moisture and insulation problems in buildings. He has 40+ years experience in building construction; materials technology, and design, and has clients all over North America. Mr. Lotz has published over 250 technical articles in such publications as: ASHRAE Journal, Engineered Systems, RSI, Plant Engineering, Insulation Outlook, ASTM, Engineering News Record and HPAC. Mr. Lotz has a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Miami and is a registered Professional Engineer in eight states. Mr. Lotz has been a member of ASHRAE for more than 40 years, is a Life Member and a Fellow.
to all Chapter Officers and Committee Chairs: Chapter Officers, Board
Members and Committee Chairs have standing reservations. If you do not
RSVP by the deadline, you will be billed for the fun time you
|Date & Location||Event|
|March 13 - 5:00pm-8:00pm
Holiday Inn, Harrisburg East
Insulation Systems in
Buildings vs. the HVAC System
ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer:
William A. Lotz, PE
|April 17 - 5:00pm-8:00pm
Holiday Inn, Harrisburg East
|April 18 - 1:00-4:00 pm
Please RSVP to
Assessing Building Energy Performance: From Principles to Practice
Panel: Dru Crawley, Jim Kelsey, Chris Mathis
|May||Family Night - TBD|
Armitage Golf Course
|Annual Golf Event|
|ASHRAE Region III CRC|
If you have any questions regarding membership please contact Mike Conchilla at 717-648-8192 or email@example.com.
Topic: “Team Working with Revit”
Description: A panel discussion with design and construction professionals on their experience using Revit on projects of all sizes.
Sponsored By: Illuminating Engineering Society (IES), Harrisburg Section
Date: Thursday, March 28th, 2013
Cost: $25.00 per person, dinner provided
Earn: (1) IES-CEU/AIA-LU credit
Location: Park Inn by Radisson, 5401 Carlisle Pike, Mechanicsburg PA 17050
Contact: Melissa Conchilla at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
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March 15th, 2013 at Dickinson College
This year’s event will be held at Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA and will feature keynote presentations, exhibits, our annual meeting, and several hours of continuing education credits just like last year, and a few special additions. Dickinson College is centrally located and offers exceptional accomodations. Exhibitor and sponsorship information will be sent soon, as well as information on the program and speakers.
This webcast will feature industry experts who will explain the importance of building energy performance and its far-reaching implications in both new and existing buildings. Viewers will also learn about the various tools and approaches that are available, as well as the many opportunities that assessing building energy performance presents. This FREE webcast program will broadcast live via the internet. Watch this page for more information about the program, speakers, and registration.
Program presentation slides will be available for download during the live webcast only. A link will be accessible in the viewing auditorium on April 18.
Outlook Reminder: Remember
Webcast Registration will be available on this page
starting March 18, 2013
View the live ABEP Webcast at ASHRAE Headquarters in Atlanta AND take advantage of these other continuing education opportunities
Note: Registration for the
webcast and either (or both) of these other activities is separate.
Visit the links shown to register for these additional