8D — October 10 - 23, 2014 — Northern NJ Buildings & Facility Maintenance Show — M id A tlantic www.marejournal.com NNJ B uildings & F acility M aintenance S how 2014 SEMINAR SCHEDULE Real Estate Journal

Designated Educational Seminars are approved for CEU credit by the Association for Facilities Engineering (AFE) forAFEmember credit withinAFE’sContinuing Education ProgramONLY. Non-AFE Members should contact their respective Association or Institution for reciprocal CEU approval.

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Latest Variable Speed Applications and Magnetic BearingTechnology in HVAC

9:00 AM Speaker:


Christopher Pedecine , Manager of the Daikin Applied Solutions Plaza, Daikin Applied

Description: In this presentationwe’ll cover some of the enabling technologies behind recent efficiency advances in the HVAC industry.Technologies coveredwill include Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors, Magnetic Bearings, and high speed controls. Applications covered will include packaged roof top units, Variable RefrigerantVolume systems, water source heat pumps, and magnetic bearing centrifugal chillers. 0.1 CEU - AFE Protecting Concrete from the Harmful Effects ofWinter Deicing Materials 9:00 AM Room B Speaker: Richard Manners , President, Garden State Sealing Description: Calcium Chloride, Magnesium Chloride and Sodium Chloride (rock salt) are extremely harmful to concrete. Recent studies have confirmed that Migratory Corrosion Inhibitors (MCI) canmitigate the harmful effects of deicingmaterials.This presentation will cover the types of MCI’s, when to place them, how to place themand what benefits to expect. 0.1 CEU - AFE Energy Efficiency: Taking Advantage of theWorld’s Most Important Fuel 10:15 AM RoomA Speaker: Daniel Forino, PE, LEEDAP BD+C , Engineering Manager, Horizon Engineering Associates, LLP Description: The International EnergyAgency (IEA) recently released a report titled “Energy EfficiencyMarket Report 2013 -- MarketTrends andMedium-TermProspects”.This report stated that in 2011, investments ($300 billion) in the energy efficiency market globally were at a similar scale to those in renewable energy or fossil-fuel power generation.Their studies name energy efficiency as the world’s most important fuel.The IEA’s report reaffirms what many of us already know and believe. In light of this report, this session will investigate energy efficiency for one of the world’s top consumers of energy, buildings.The most effective ways to achieve building efficiency is through energy audits and retro-commissioning, which are tried and true tools of the trade. Many, if not all, building owners and operators are aware of these processes. However, howmany knowwhat goes into developing an energy conserva- tion measure or how to maximize their building’s efficiency from the information provided from an energy audit or retro-commissioning study? This session will highlight several case studies from real world examples of buildings that underwent energy audit and retro-commissioning studies.This session will describe how the resulting energy conservation measures were developed, studied and ultimately recommended for implementation, not recommended or given a suggested plan for future implementation. 0.1 CEU - AFE Who’s Coming InYour Back Door? 10:15 AM Room B Speaker: Daniel Krantz , CEO, Real-TimeTechnology Group Description: This session will help attendees to better understand vulnerabilities associated with employees, contractors and vendors. Identify best practices for personnel risk mitigation. Utilize proven methodologies for secure collection, processing and management of sensitive Personally Identifiable Information and Sensitive Security Information. And engineer a framework for audited, permission-based information sharing among key community partners. 0.1 CEU - AFE LED Lighting: Efficiencies in Energy & Maintenance 11:30 AM RoomA Speaker: Justin Stouch , VPOperations, Stouch Lighting Description: LED lighting solutions reduce energy costs on average by 65% as well as generate substantial savings in maintenance costs. Learn about ALL the advantages LED lighting can bring to your facility. Debunk the past myths of LED lighting. Discover how to properly evaluate all the LED lighting options on the market today so you can choose the correct solution for your facility. 0.1 CEU - AFE Introduction to Basic Acoustics 11:30 AM Room B Speaker: Cesar Xibille , Architectural Sales Manager - North Jersey, Armstrong Ceilings &Walls; Sponsored By KAMCO Description: The objectives of this course fall into four broad categories: an introduction to acoustical terms, a description of sound fundamentals, a review of acoustical ceiling and wall performance measures, and an evaluation of these concepts applied in various commercial spaces. 0.1 CEU - AFE Steam SystemOptimization & Efficiency 12:45 PM RoomA Speaker: Jim Krochune , Regional Sales Manager, American Plant Maintenance, Inc. Description: This Power Point presentation with accompanying handouts and equipment cut-away will include two case studies with failure rate, annual calculated savings, and system improvements. Learning objectives include: theory of operation and application of a SteamTrap; testing and systems repairs; and energy calculations and utility involvement. 0.1 CEU - AFE

Please Note: All Sessions are FREE to Attend. Schedule is subject to Change.

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