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The Property Design & Development Podcast with Adam Muggleton & Robert Bean

Edifice Complex Podcas‪t‬ Adam Muggleton & Robert Bean

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The Property Design & Development Podcast with Adam Muggleton & Robert Bean

    #047 Thomas Toftgaard Jarløv – Copenhagen Airport

    #047 Thomas Toftgaard Jarløv – Copenhagen Airport

    Our guest this episode is Thomas Toftgaard Jarløv Head of Asset Requirements & Commissioning at Copenhagen Airport, Author of “Guide to Commissioning in Practice” and architect of construction and Cx management software, “Cx planner”.

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    In this episode, we discuss:


    Commissioning as a tactical asset management function
    His journey from Electrician to Head of Asset Requirements & Commissioning at Copenhagen Airport
    How spreadsheets are not enough to plan and execute building commissioning

    And much more…….

    For more information on Thomas

    Thomas on LinkedIn  https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomastoftgaardjarloev/

    Thomas CV / Portfolio  https://ttj.dk/

    Thomas Cx Wiki  https://cxwiki.dk/

    Thomas Software   https://cxplanner.dk/

    Thomas Book – “Guide to Commissioning in Practice”  https://cxguide.dk/

    Bio

    Thomas is head of asset requirements and commissioning at Copenhagen airport.

    Before joining Copenhagen Airports Thomas worked at the consulting engineering firm Grontmij/Sweco where he led different Commissioning processes for key clients such as Novo Nordisk, ATP Ejendomme, A.P. Møller-Mærsk, Nordea, and Metro Cityringen.

    Thomas is a certified Qualified Commissioning Process Provider and honored with TEKNIQ’s Energiteknologpris. Thomas is also is the founder of the Danish Commissioning Wikipedia (https://cxwiki.dk), the free online Commissioning software Cx Manager (https://cxmanager.dk / https://cxmanager.live) and co-writer on the Danish Commissioning Standard (DS3090).

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    #046 Amélie Caron – City Inspector to Building Performance Specialist

    #046 Amélie Caron – City Inspector to Building Performance Specialist

    Our guest this episode is Amélie Caron talking about her journey from city building inspector to building performance specialist.

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    In this episode, we discuss:


    How subsidies remove value
    Building to last Vs building with a maintenance plan
    How to make sustainability a high value want

    And much more…….

    For more information on Amélie

    Amélie on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/ameliecaronecosynergy/

    Amélie on Twitter https://twitter.com/EcoSYNRGY

    Ecosynergy https://www.ecosynergy.ca/

    Bio

    Amélie is a principal at EcoSynergy and a sustainability and building performance specialist. Amélie has worked in different areas of the construction industry, always promoting energy efficiency across Canada (Montréal, QC to Edmonton, AB). She began with NRCan’s Energuide for Homes program (today Ecoenergy), which promotes energy efficient renovations, going on to new construction, on-site training and consulting in high efficiency housing i.e. Energuide 86 and/or Net-Zero Energy Goal.

    Amelie has a master’s degree in building science and sustainable design and is a registered energy advisor and LEED for homes green rater.

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    #045 Eliot Crowe – Lawrence Berkeley National Lab

    #045 Eliot Crowe – Lawrence Berkeley National Lab

    Our guest this episode is Eliot Crowe talking about the publication the new paper from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the Building Commissioning Association on Building commissioning costs and savings across three decades and 1500 North American buildings. The paper is published in “Energy and Buildings, volume 227, 15th Nov 2020.

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    In this episode, we discuss:


    Eliot’s work on the LBNL & BCA paper
    Monitoring based Cx and analytics
    Technology Ready Levels (TRL) of buildings

    And much more…….

    For more information on Eliot

    Eliot on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/eliot-crowe/

    LBNL https://www.lbl.gov/

    BCA https://www.bcxa.org/

    Download the paper free of charge https://buildings.lbl.gov/publications/building-commissioning-costs-and

    Bio

    Eliot has a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Design and a master’s degree in Design, Technology and Project Management.

    Eliot joined LBNL’s Building Technology and Urban Systems Division (BTUS) November 2016, to support their industry-leading work in the fields of EMIS, M&V, commissioning, and other related areas. He is the co- author of Energy and Buildings, a paper discusses Building commissioning costs and savings across three decades and 1500 North American buildings.

    Eliot was previously Executive Director of the California Commissioning Collaborative and technical program manager for PECI.

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    #044 Dan Nall – Design Principles & Discipline

    #044 Dan Nall – Design Principles & Discipline

    Our guest this episode is Dan Nall who delivers a master class in design principles for building services and how the discipline of design matters in generating great outcomes. This is a 1 hour tutorial for Zero $’s!

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    In this episode, we discuss:


    Performative sustainability Vs fundamentals
    New York Carbon Emissions and NYC Local Law 97
    Energy modelling in the 1970’s
    Using systems sequences of control as a starting point for building systems design!And much more…….

    For more information on Dan

    Dan on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/dan-nall-3854258/

    Bio

    Dan has been involved in energy efficiency in buildings since 1977 starting with graduate work in computer simulation building thermal performance. Dan has worked as a building science researcher, building energy consultant, design mechanical engineer for buildings, and sustainability consultant.

    Dan is a graduate of Princeton University and Cornell University and is both a Registered Architect and Professional Engineer, an ASHRAE Life Fellow, a Fellow of the AIA, a LEED Fellow. He has held senior VP positions with the likes of Syska and Hennessy and WSP Flack + Kurtz

    Some of the notable projects Dan’s resume include the BASF U.S. Headquarters, the Newseum in Washington, DC, the Hearst Corporate Headquarters, the U.S. Embassies in Sofia, Bulgaria and Cape Town, South Africa, the Clinton Presidential Library, the New York Times Headquarters and the Alcoa Corporate Headquarters.

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    #043 Bill Gray – Being A Host For Your Clients

    #043 Bill Gray – Being A Host For Your Clients

    Our guest this episode is Bill Gray, President North America at Uponor Inc talking about leading, rebranding and market positioning.

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    In this episode, we discuss:


    Being a “host” for your clients.
    What to put on your resume if you want an interview with Bill.
    Should you have radiant or forced air heating.
    Should you use PEX or Copper pipework.
    And much more…….

    For more information on Bill & Uponor

    LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/bill-grayuponor/

    Twitter https://twitter.com/RealBillGray

    Website https://www.uponor-usa.com/

    Twitter https://twitter.com/uponor

    Bio

    Bill has a BA, from University of King’s College plus a BComm, in Finance & Management from Dalhousie University.

    Bill has been with Uponor for over 12 years and President, North America for over 8 years. His is an experience leader with a demonstrated history of working in the building materials industry. Bill is a strong business development professional skilled in negotiation, business planning, sales, sales operations, and wholesale.

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    #042 Peter Simmonds – Super & Mega Tall Buildings

    #042 Peter Simmonds – Super & Mega Tall Buildings

    Our guest this episode is Dr. Peter Simmonds talking about the release of his book, the ASHRAE Design Guide for Tall, Supertall, and Megatall Building Systems, Second Edition.

    If you enjoy this episode, share it with friends and give us a review, it helps more than you know.

    In this episode, we discuss:


    How tall buildings are not a fad
    Simulation Jockeys
    How Facility Managers can dictate building systems design choices
    The 2 main reasons building leases are broken i.e. vertical transport and thermal comfort

    And much more…….

    For more information on Peter

    LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/peter-simmonds-a812b3154/

    Website http://petersimmonds.com/

    Buy the book https://www.ashrae.org/technical-resources/bookstore/ashrae-design-guide-for-tall-supertall-and-megatall-building-systems

    Bio

    Dr. Peter Simmonds has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering and another in Research and Development from Reading Technical College and a Master’s degree from HTS, Den Bosch, The Netherlands and a Ph.D. from T.U. Delft. He has been a member of ASHRAE since 1989.

    Dr. Simmonds received the Carter Bronze Medal from the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers in 1993. Dr. Simmonds authored or co-authored more than 60 technical papers, articles and books He is a member of several ASHRAE Technical Committees and serves on the Standards committee as well as the College of Fellows. Dr. Simmonds teaches Graduate and Post Graduate Architectural students at the University of Southern California and is an ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer.

    Dr. Simmonds is a recognized authority in the field of Radiant heating and cooling systems, as well as Thermal Comfort. Publications of his work led to the development of radiant systems in the USA and are included in the ASHRAE Handbooks. He has been involved in the design and development of Passive and Active Beams since 1983 and has designed many systems worldwide. Peter is one of the co-authors of the ASHRAE/REHVA Passive and Active Beam Design Guide. He has been involved in the design and operation of tall, super tall, and mega tall buildings around the world for more than 30 years and has authored the second edition of the ASHRAE Design Guide for Tall, Mega Tall and Super Tall Building Systems.

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Love the ahow & hosts!

What an amazing show. You never know what topic or guest to expect but what ever it is, it is educational and fun!

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Surprisingly diverse, always interesting

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These guys are great. They are fun, knowledgeable, and just geeky enough ;) The guests on here are top notch people influencing the built environment, sharing their thoughts on how to build and live better. Keep them coming Adam and Robert!

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