Date(s) - 02/18/2020
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
**By attending this meeting you will earn 1 PDH Credit**
Building for People and Performance. Achieving Operational Excellence.
“We must ensure operational performance for the people that live, work, and interact in buildings,” said Boyce. “People must succeed within the buildings we create. Let’s ensure we take the steps needed to achieve effective operational performance and operator experience.”
About the President Darryl Boyce
Current Position: Darryl is the Assistant Vice-President (Facilities Management and Planning) at Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He has worked in the higher education facilities area for more than 40 years, serving at two other universities; the University of Alberta and the University of Western Ontario.
Education: Darryl attended the British Columbia Institute of Technology, Vancouver, British Columbia receiving a diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology and The University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta; B. Sc. Eng. (Mechanical Engineering).
ASHRAE Highlights: Darryl is the 2019-20 ASHRAE Society President. He joined ASHRAE as a student member during the late 1970’s and became a member in 1983. He served in Chapter positions in the Northern Alberta and London Canada Chapters. He first served the Society as Regional ViceChair Educational Activities and continued on the Educational Activities Committee and served two years as the Chair. He then served as a member of the Education Council then continued on the Training Institute where he served as the Chair. He has served on the Board as Director and Regional Chair, Region II; Director-At-Large; and 2 terms as Vice-President. He has also served on the Planning Committee for a total of ten years, the Nominating Committee for six years, Headquarters Building Renovation Committee and President of ASHRAE Research Canada.
5:30pm – 6:15pm Networking by the Main Bar
6:15pm – 7:30pm Meeting / Dinner
Complimentary Valet Parking Available, street/garage parking available by hourly rates
Bookings are closed for this event.