A third-party professional brings objectivity and practical experience to a project to ensure that the owner will truly get the building performance that he or she expects. ACG members must be independent.
The ASHRAE Epidemic Task Force was established to help deploy ASHRAE’s technical resources to address the challenges of the current pandemic and future epidemics as it relates to the effects of heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems on disease transmission in healthcare facilities, the workplace, home, public, and recreational environments.
Organized in 1952, the North Carolina Healthcare Engineers Association (NCHEA) is a not-for-profit, incorporated association dedicated to serving and promoting the healthcare engineering profession.
Beginning January 17, 2006, Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement introduced meck-si.com, The Paperless Special Inspection Management System. Projects that require Special Inspections, permitted after the above date, must meet the provisions set forth within meck-si.com and the 2012 NCSBC Chapter 17.
The Designated Special Inspector (DSI) is a Registered Design Professional employed by a Special Inspection Firm (SIF) contracted by the Owner who is experienced with a particular type of construction and qualified to manage the required Special Inspections.
IT-17 Smoke Control; IBC Section 1704.14 Certified as required in IBC Section 1704.14.2; OR Copy of resume to include expertise in fire protection engineering, mechanical engineering and certification as air balancer.
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ASHRAE, the Associated Air Balance Council (AABC), the AABC Commissioning Group (ACG) and the Energy Management Association (EMA) have signed a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) formalizing the organizations’ relationship. The MOU was signed by Mike Kelly, TBE, CxA, AABC president, Troy Byers, P.E., TBE, CxA, ACG president, Chris Smith, CxA, EMP, EMA president and Wade Conlan, ASHRAE Director-At-Large, at a signing ceremony during the AABC Annual Meeting in Destin, Florida.