Date(s) - 01/13/2022
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Tarpon River Brewing
Presentation Title: Hardening Mechanical Systems for the Next Disaster
Presentation Summary: Epidemics, hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires, riots, and numerous other natural and manmade disasters can pose threats to buildings and, as a result, occupant safety. This presentation will address threats to building occupants and systems, ranging from environmental and meteorological events to terrorist and cybersecurity threats, and solutions and considerations that may be implemented in design/construction and operations.
Speaker: John Constantinide, P.E., LEED AP
John Constantinide is a Florida-licensed mechanical engineer, with experience on the owner’s and design contractor’s sides on energy management, design, and design-build projects of industrial, institutional, and commercial facilities for government, aviation, and health care entities. John is also a Certified Energy Manager, Certified Fire Protection Specialist, and LEED AP with a Building Design and Construction specialization. In ASHRAE, he serves as Chair of TC 5.2 Duct Design, Handbook Subcommittee Chair for TC 7.6 Building Energy Performance, Past Chair and Consultant of the Building EQ Committee, Chapter Programs Coordinator for the Society-level Chapter Technology Transfer Committee, and Region XII’s Assistant Regional Chair.
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