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    #050 Ryan Lean – President BCxA

    #050 Ryan Lean – President BCxA

    Our guest this episode is Ryan Lean, President of the US Building Commissioning Association (BCxA) talking about the BCxA and industry state of play.

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    In this episode, we discuss:


    “A built environment worth inheriting”
    Whole building commissioning approach
    Risks with 100% building electrification and IOT
    Arizona State University Cx Courses

    And much more…….

    For more information on Ryan

    Ryan on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/ryanlean/

    BCA https://www.bcxa.org/

    JBB https://www.jbb.com/ 

    Shout Outs in the Episode

    Marcus Myers Cx Courses at Arizona State University, Del E. Webb School of Construction https://isearch.asu.edu/profile/97703

    New York City Roadmap to 80 x 50 https://bldwhisperer.com/existing-buildings-the-elephant-in-the-room/

    Bio

    Ryan Lean serves as Associate Partner at JB&B and leads JB&B Field, a division of JB&B incorporating ten specific field-related services into one comprehensive service offering. Since joining the firm in 2004, Ryan has garnered extensive experience in building commissioning and related services for commercial, mission-critical, educational, laboratory, healthcare and LEED green buildings. Ryan transformed JB&B’s in-house training program into a formal 11-college university called JB&B University.

    Ryan currently serves as President of the Building Commissioning Association (BCxA).

    Ryan holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering and is a licensed Professional Engineer. Ryan is also a LEED Accredited Professional, Certified Commissioning Professional, WELL Accredited Professional, Existing Building Commissioning Professional, and Certified Energy Auditor.

    Edifice Complex Podcast

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    #049 Dr. Hema Murty – Multi Disciplinary Problem Solving & Star Trek!

    #049 Dr. Hema Murty – Multi Disciplinary Problem Solving & Star Trek!

    Our guest this episode is Hema Murty, PhD, Engineer, Data Scientist and Star Trek enthusiast talking about the importance of randomness and multidisciplinary problem solving.

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    In this episode, we discuss:


    Science driving public policy.
    Importance of STEM and engineering role models in culture.
    Outsourcing our thinking to cult like figures.
    Stochastic nature of modelling.

    And much more…….

    For more information on Hema

    Hema on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/shantiengineering

    Hema on Twitter https://twitter.com/Phdcfd

    Hema website https://www.shantiengineering.com

    Bio

    Hema is an experienced research director with a history of work in mechanical engineering and aerospace plus several years at Sikorsky Aircraft in the USA. Skilled in analytical skills, aeroelasticity, computer-aided design and programming. Hema has a Ph.D. from the University of Toronto and certifications in data science.

    Edifice Complex Podcast

    Podcast on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDGEo1pCt2k8NzvBNJ_78lA

    Podcast on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/4hyglvmZaiReNGFA4ZvcUZ?si=aOxYtnDWTxOrxtuxhFygPA

    Podcast on Apple iTunes https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/edifice-complex-podcast/id1276845500

    Podcast Website https://edificecomplexpodcast.com

    #048 Lan Chi Nguyen Weekes – “Tis But A Mere Blip”

    #048 Lan Chi Nguyen Weekes – “Tis But A Mere Blip”

    Our guest this episode is Lan Chi Nguyen Weekes, the engineers, engineer and industry committee multitasker. 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:


    Looking ahead and preparing with a life cycle time horizon;
    Looking to recovery and low carbon strategies post COVID-19 world;
    Volunteering and do the work;
    Always be teaching the next generation.

    And much more…….

    For more information on Lan Chi

    Lan Chi on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/lan-chi-nguyen-weekes-83152412/

    Lan Chi on Twitter https://twitter.com/lanchiweekes

    Lan Chi website http://www.inairenvironmental.ca






    Bio







    Lan Chi has a Mechanical Engineering degree from Polytechnique Montreal Canada and a master’s degree in building engineering from Concordia University Montreal Canada.

    Lan Chi specializes in indoor environmental quality and project management. She is Director of Physical Resource at Collège La Cité Ottawa, Canada and provides consulting services via InAIR Environmental Ltd.

    Lan Chi is currently Vice Chair of the ASHRAE Environmental Health Committee and TC1.12, Moisture Management in Buildings.

    Lan Chi has previously been active with industry committee work:


    2002 – President of ASHRAE Ottawa Chapter
    2008 – Section Editor of the Recognition, Evaluation and Control of Indoor Mold Book (AIHA)
    2008 – Chair of the AIHA – Indoor Environmental Quality Committee
    2011 – Secretary of the AIHA Green Building Working Group
    2011 – Member of the ASHRAE Minimizing Indoor Mold Problems Through Management of Moisture in Building Systems Position Document Committee
    2011-2013 – President of the Ottawa Region Chapter CaGBC
    2012 – Chair of the AIHA Green Building Working Group

    #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”.

    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:


    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).

    Edifice Complex Podcast

    Podcast on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDGEo1pCt2k8NzvBNJ_78lA

    Podcast on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/4hyglvmZaiReNGFA4ZvcUZ?si=aOxYtnDWTxOrxtuxhFygPA

    Podcast on Apple iTunes  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/edifice-complex-podcast/id1276845500

    Podcast Website https://edificecomplexpodcast.com

    #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.

    Edifice Complex Podcast

    Podcast on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDGEo1pCt2k8NzvBNJ_78lA

    Podcast on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/4hyglvmZaiReNGFA4ZvcUZ?si=aOxYtnDWTxOrxtuxhFygPA

    Podcast on Apple iTunes  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/edifice-complex-podcast/id1276845500

    Podcast Website https://edificecomplexpodcast.com

    https://learn.drawingspecialists.com/adam

    #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.

    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:


    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.

    Edifice Complex Podcast

    Podcast on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDGEo1pCt2k8NzvBNJ_78lA

    Podcast on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/4hyglvmZaiReNGFA4ZvcUZ?si=aOxYtnDWTxOrxtuxhFygPA

    Podcast on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/edifice-complex-podcast/id1276845500

    https://learn.drawingspecialists.com/adam

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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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