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ASHRAE Offers Sessions at AHR Expo
November 6, 2009

Two sessions to assist contractors in construction management and high-performance building are being offered by The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) at the AHR Expo, at the Orange County Convention Center, Jan. 25th-27th, in Orlando.

The sessions, which require no conference badge or fee for AHR Expo attendees, are Construction Management and Cost/Benefit Analysis Methodology and Tools Needed by Owners. For more information, visit

Construction Management addresses two key contractor-related topics to help improve the quality of their work: whether systems commissioning will improve the contractors’ ability to perform well and preconstruction management basics for mechanical engineers and contractors on design-build/design-assist projects.

Cost/Benefit Analysis Methodology and Tools Needed by Owners provides an understanding of high-performance building cost-benefit analysis with a focus on the LEED rating system. Several topics are addressed, including cost/benefit project setup, fiscal metrics, constraints and length of analysis.

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