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December 2017 Print

The President's Message

December 2017


Derek Bride

As usual I would like to thank all those who came out to our November meeting. We had both a great Technical and Dinner session. I would like to thank Richard Wentling for doing our Technical Session about changes with refrigerants. I would also like to thank Joel Myerson for educating us on the advances in refrigerant monitoring during the dinner presentation.   

This month we have another great program lined up.The Technical Session and Dinner Session will be presented by Dave Crussel of Honeywell Connected Home. The Tech Session will discuss basics of what makes a connected home. This should be a good session for both professional and personal uses. The dinner session will highlight the different technologies of the connected home. These meetings are very educational as well as a good place to network with your peers. I encourage everyone to invite some of their coworkers that might not have been to an ASHRAE meeting recently.

Lastly, I would like to invite anyone who wants to get involved with the CT ASHRAE Chapter to discuss with any of the Board members about the open Committee Positions. These positions are a great way to get involved and don’t take up a tremendous amount of time. I look forward to seeing everyone at this month’s meeting.


Derek Bride

CT ASHRAE President, 2017-2018

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Calendar of Events

December 14th Dinner Meeting



The Courtyard by Marriott
4 Sebethe Drive, Cromwell, CT 06416


Technical Session:

Connected Home and Business Solutions

Tech Session Duration: 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Tech Session Location: Berlin Room


From simple remote accessibility and alerts, to remote diagnostics and efficient monitoring, the capabilities and possibilities of connected home and business solutions are now considerable and affordable. The tech session will discuss the nuts and bolts and how and why of connected solutions.


Topics will include: 


  • What is a smart home versus a connected home or business?
  • Why your customers care and why you should too.
  • How voice control made smart homes accessible.
  • Open or closed? Hubs or no hubs?
  • What is the future of smart homes and businesses.



Dinner Presentation: 

Connected Home and Business Solutions

Dinner Session Duration: 6:45 PM to 8:30 PM

Dinner Session Location: Cromwell Room

From simple remote accessibility and alerts, to remote diagnostics and efficient monitoring, the capabilities and possibilities of connected home and business solutions are now considerable and affordable. The dinner session will discuss what's available, possibilities and where the connected world is headed.

Topics will include: 

  • What is a smart home versus a connected home or business?
  • Why your customers care and why you should too.
  • Wi-Fi, REDLINK, Monitoring, Lions, Tigers and Bears, oh my!
  • How voice control made smart homes accessible.
  • What is the future of smart homes and businesses.


Dinner Session Speaker: Dave Crussel, Honeywell Connected Home


Dave is the go-to market leader for partnerships and software within Honeywell's Connected Home organization.

In this role, Dave works across smart home partners, multi-channel customers, the developer community, and new channels in driving excitement and engagement around connectivity and the company's "Work With Honeywell" program. These partnerships and the associated connected products, including thermostats, security systems, and building management systems, create ongoing and unexpected value to consumers and new revenue streams for partners and Honeywell. Honeywell is delivering on the goal to connect products that delight consumers with new, rich, user experiences and ensure their homes are safe, comfortable and secure.

Prior to joining Honeywell in 2014, Dave held technology development and marketing strategy roles at Microsoft, Target and other progressive companies over his 15 year career.

You can ffollow Dave on Twitter or LinkedIn at @DaveCrussel.


Register Now!



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Appetizer Display Tray Sponsor: 1 Available

Vendor Table Sponsor(s): Ed♦Os Manufacturers' Reps, Inc. and Anjenaire, LLC -  1 Still Available

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Dinner Menu:  


Caesar Salad 

Roasted Red Pepper & Gouda Soup

Orange Glazed Pan Roasted Salmon

Honey Dijon Roast Pork with Balsamic Reduction

Chef's Choice Vegetable and Starch 

Rolls and Butter 

Chef's Choice Dessert, Coffee and Tea 

*Gluten-free meals and desserts available upon request.



Student: Free

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Membership News

Membership News 

New Members

Please join me in welcoming the following new members: 

Terry Randall (Member) – Blake Equipment

Scott Teller (Member) – Frank I. Rounds Company

Ronal Niswander (Member) – R.E. Lee Mechanical Contractor Inc.

Mitchell Durkin (Affiliate) – Aercon Corporatoin


Membership Battle is Back!


Support ASHRAE membership within your firm and win the,

CT ASHRAE Leading Membership Award!!!

The company in each size category with the most ASHRAE members belonging to the CT Chapter by April 1, 2018 will receive the CT ASHRAE Leading Membership Award! Firms not able to compete with larger firms within their size category will receive the Honorable Mention CT ASHRAE Membership Award if all employees are ASHRAE members (excluding clerical staff).

Size Categories
Small Firms 10 employees or less
Medium Firms 11 40 employees
Large Firms Over 40 employees


CT ASHRAE Leading Membership Award

  • • Award plaque presented at the May meeting.
  • • Recognition in the membership directory, CT ASHRAE website, and newsletter.


CT ASHRAE Honorable Mention Membership Award

  • • Award certificate presented at the May meeting.
  • • Recognition in the membership directory, CT ASHRAE website, and newsletter.


Become a member today at www.ashrae.org and receive a $20 gift card or a free meal at our monthly meeting!!! (Must pay CT membership dues to be eligible for the gift card or free meal) 

Thank you,

Jason Urso

Membership Promotion Chair  


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Young Engineers in ASHRAE

YEA Update

2017 New Face of Engineering, Alyse Falconer, PE, LEED, AP BD+C

Alyse Falconer’s work directly impacts the energy consumed across the country through her HVAC designs and focuses on energy conservation measures throughout schools, offices, hospitals and labs. Falconer, who currently serves as Senior Mechanical Engineer for Interface Engineering, is heavily involved in volunteer work, including a program called First Graduate, a non-profit in San Francisco, Calif. that helps students finish high school and become the first in their families to graduate from college. “I impact people’s lives by creating the environment they occupy, by reducing energy consumption and carbon footprints of buildings all while being a female role model,” Falconer said in her submission. “I may have helped the students with their education, but they help me reprioritize, destress and understand the impact of giving back.”

Applications for the ASHRAE New Face of Engineering are now being accepted and the online application form is available here.

Contact Blair Richardson, YEA Chair with any questions! YEA@CTASHRAE.org


YEA Leadership Weekend

The Spring 2018 YEA Leadership Weekend will be held in Seattle, WA from March 23-25, 2018. Registration is $450 and includes hotel accommodations for Friday and Saturday, meals during the event (dinner on Friday, all meals on Saturday, and breakfast and lunch on Sunday), and all necessary materials and resources. Airfare and any ground transportation costs are not included.

Contact Blair Richardson, YEA Chair with any questions! YEA@CTASHRAE.org


YEA Scholarship for HVAC Design Essentials Training

Presented by the ASHRAE Learning Institute, the HVAC Design Essentials Training allows attendees to gain the fundamentals and technical aspects to design, install and maintain HVAC systems.

To encourage attendance by young professional ASHRAE members, YEA offers attendance scholarships to the HVAC Design: Level I – Essentials training. The full cost of registration to Level I of this workshop will be covered by ASHRAE. Any additional costs, such as airfare or hotel, are not covered by this scholarship.

Contact Blair Richardson, YEA Chair with any questions! YEA@CTASHRAE.org



2018 ASHRAE Winter Conference & AHR Expo

Chicago | January 20-24, 2018

YEA Scholarships for the Winter Conference are available! Please contact Blair Richardson, YEA Chair if you are interested! YEA@CTASHRAE.org.


Young Engineers in ASHRAE (YEA) Hospitality Suite

Sunday, January 21 | 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.

Young professional members age 35 and younger are invited to visit the YEA Hospitality Suite. The suite offers social and networking opportunities, and light refreshments are served.


Allocate Your RP Contributions For YEA Programs

The YEA committee has teamed up with the RP Committee to give you the opportunity to direct your RP Campaign support directly to YEA programs.  When you earmark your RP contribution for YEA programs:

  • Your chapter will receive RP credit for your donation
  • You will receive all the recognition entitled to RP Campaign donors
  • You will directly benefit the programs and committees that were specifically developed with your needs in mind


Society level YEA programs that will directly benefit from your campaign contribution include:

  • YEA Leadership Weekends – helping YEA members grow personally and professionally in a small group setting
  • Leadership U – creating a mentor relationship between YEA members and Society-level leaders at the Annual and Winter Conferences
  • HVAC Design Scholarship – giving YEA members the essential training in the fundamentals and technical aspects to design, install and maintain HVAC systems
  • New Faces in Engineering – recognizing a rising star in the engineering field and highlighting this accomplishment through-out the entire ASHRAE community
  • YEA Introductions to Technical Committees – helping YEA Members become involved in the technical committees, the driving force behind all of ASHRAE’s programs and research


Please use the online gift form and select the “YEA Programs” option.  This will help ensure that YEA Society level activities continue to expand the opportunities for professional and personal growth of members like you.


YEA Connection

The YEA Connection newsletter is a member benefit received by all YEA members. If you are not receiving the newsletter please make sure youngengineers@ashrae.org is added to your safe list.

Sign Up for the YEA Newsletter: https://ashrae.realmagnet.land/yea-newsletter-signup

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A Word from the Editor

 A Note from the Editor


Hi everyone!

Happy Fall! If you have any ideas to contribute to our monthly newsletters please be sure to send them my way. Also, if anyone has any interest in getting involved with the newsletter I welcome the help!

For now, sit back, relax and get to know more about our 2017-2018 CT ASHRAE President-Elect, Hank Cullinane. Hank is November's Member Spotlight!

Thank you,

~Nichole Petersen


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Member Spotlight

Member Spotlight

Ronald Beliveau

2013-2014 CT ASHRAE President


What is your current job title?

Senior Sales Engineer

What company do you work for?

CE Northeast 

What university/college/technical school did you attend, if any?

University of New Hampshire


Ron with golfing foursome at the 2015 outing.


What was your first job in the HVACR industry?

Carrier Sales Engineer - New York City 

How many years have you been in the HVACR industry?

35 years

Did or do you have a mentor who has helped shape your career and who you are I business? If so, who?

While I can`t say I have had one mentor, I have been very fortunate to have the support of several individuals over the years beginning with John Matson who hired me to work for him in NYC in 1980 and Bob Bald, the sales engineer I trained under in NYC. I became the Sales Manager of the Philadelphia Carrier office in 1985 and spent several years working for Alex Solowjow who taught me a lot about life and business. Since moving to CT in 1990, I have enjoyed the support and friendship of many coworkers, customers and industry associates. In particular, Greg Mirando and Bill Kavanaugh have been great friends and taught me much of what I know about the nuts and bolts of equipment and control systems. 


Ron with fellow past presidents in May 2016.


Rules to live by in business?

Do what it takes to ensure you and your business partners are all making a fair profit.  This includes your suppliers as well as your customers. Treat others fairly. Always stive to negotiate win-win solutions.

How do you unwind from a busy work day?

Most of the year I do a lot of cycling and I get on the bike as soon as I get home or hit the trails for mountain biking.  In the winter more of a couch potato watching a lot of college basketball.

What are your hobbies, or things you enjoy doing in your spare time?

My passion for cycling involves maintenance and repair of my equipment and participation in many cycling related activities. I lead group rides for two clubs I belong to and I am on the board of directors of one club. My wife and I travel once or twice a year on activve vacations usually involving cycling. Last year we did a tour of Normandy n our tandem that culminated in Paris coincident with the finish of the Tour de France.  In November we are headed to New Zealand for a multi-sport adventure that will give us an opportunity to enjoy the beauty of the country.

I also enjoy cross country and downhill skiing. I have always been interested in automobiles and recently purchased a sports car for rides on country roads.


Ron during cocktail hour at the September 2016 Dinner Meeting.


What is your favorite genre of music?

Classic Rock 

What is your favorite book or movie (can name both)?

Movie - Forest Gump;  Book - War and Remembrance 

If you could invite one person to dinner (living or deceased) who would it be and where would you go?

Ronald Reagan. He was my favorite president. I would let him pick out a good steak place in Georgetown. I haven`t been there in a while. Or Warren Buffet at Maximia in Avon, CT


Ron during dinner service at the April 2017 Meeting.


What is your spirit animal (an animal you identify with) and why?

Dog. I am loyal and love romping through the woods!

If you won the lottery what would be the first extravagant thing you would buy?

Porche Cayman S with membership at Palmer Motorsports


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ASHRAE Winter Conference & AHR Expo

ASHRAE Shaping Tomorrow's Built Environment Today
This is one event you don't want to miss! Register now to attend the 2018 Winter Conference & AHR Expo in Chicago. The 2018 Winter Conference will be held January 20-24, at the Palmer House Hilton. The AHR Expo will be January 22-24, at McCormick Place. Your ASHRAE Winter Conference registration badge will provide entry into the AHR Expo. 
Register Now
The AHR Expo hosts more than 2,000 exhibitors and attracts crowds of 65,000 industry professionals from every state in America and 165 countries worldwide. There are three distinct product sections within the expo show floor: the Building Automation and Control Showcase, the Software Center, and the Indoor Air Quality Association Pavilion. In addition to exhibitor presentations, demonstrations and seminars, the AHR Expo Innovation Awards will honor the most inventive and original products, systems and technologies showcased at the Expo.
The Winter Conference includes eight tracks featuring more than 200 presentations and 300 speakers. In addition to the tracks below, a Refrigerant mini-track and a Residential mini-track will be presented at the AHR Expo. Additional Technical Program information will be coming soon. Conference Tracks include:
  • Systems and Equipment
  • Fundamentals and Applications
  • Standards, Guidelines and Codes
  • Earth, Wind & Fire
  • Transportation IAQ and Air Conditioning
  • Tall Buildings
  • Modeling Throughout the Building Life Cycle
  • Heat Exchange Equipment
Saturday, January 20 | 3:15 p.m.

Keynote Speaker Debbie Sterling is Founder and CEO of GoldieBlox, an award winning company on a mission to "disrupt the pink aisle" with toys, games, and media for girls. Debbie is an engineer, entrepreneur, and one of the leaders in the movement toward getting girls interested in science, technology, engineering, and math. She was named TIME's "Person of the Moment," Business Insider's "30 Women Who Are Changing the World," and was recently added to Fortune Magazine's prestigious "40 Under 40" list. 

ALI will offer 4 full-day, and 16 half-day seminars during the conference. Courses include: The Commissioning Process in New & Existing Buildings; High-Performance Building Design: Applications & Future Trends; Variable Refrigerant Flow Systems: Design & Application; and 78 Designing Toward Net-Zero Energy Commercial Buildings. New and updated courses include:
  • Optimizing Indoor Environment: Increasing Building Value (NEW)
  • Understanding and Designing Chilled Beam Systems (NEW)
  • Designing High-Performance Healthcare HVAC Systems (NEW)
  • Complying with Standard 90.1-2016: HVAC/Mechanical (NEW)
  • Humidity Control I and II: Principles & Applications (UPDATED)
Apply by December 20 to sit for an ASHRAE Certification exam in one of these key fields: Commissioning l Energy Assessment l Energy Modeling l Healthcare Facility Design l High Performance Building Design l Building Operations.  
The Welcome Party 
Saturday, January 20 | 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. | Cost: $55

Meet up with old friends and make new ones at the traditional Saturday night Welcome Party. The Welcome Party will be held at the Chicago Cultural Center, a few walkable blocks from the Palmer House Hilton.

Presidents Luncheon 
Monday, January 22 | 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. | Cost: $45

Attend this Luncheon to hear 2017-18 ASHRAE President Bjarne Olesen provide an update on his presidential theme, "Extending Our Community." Major contributors to the ASHRAE RP Campaign will be recognized.

Members' Night Out
Tuesday, January 23 | 6:15 p.m. Reception, 7:15 – 10:00 p.m. Dinner - Cost: $55

Feeling lucky? Join us for an evening of fun with a Chicago "back room" action casino party. Here's the deal, come and test your skills or enjoy being serenaded by a local rat pack-inspired band. Dress to impress!
Check out the Tours scheduled during the conference and include your tour tickets during registration. Five (5) Technical Tours will take place at: Gas Technology Institute (GTI) Lab, Method Home Soap Manufacturing Plant, 340 On The Park, and The Plant. Four (4) General Tours are also scheduled for: Chicago Neighborhoods, Chicago Highlights 101, Chicago's Southside Hidden Highlights Tour, the Moody Tongue Brewery Tour and the Gold Coast Tour.
Learn More & Register

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News from ASHRAE

ASHRAE Earns Prestigious UN Environment Award for  Dedication in Advancing Montreal Protocol

ATLANTA (Nov. 27, 2017) – ASHRAE has received the prestigious Partnership Award from the United Nations Environment Programme's (UN Environment) Ozone Secretariat for its extraordinary commitment and contribution to the progress and achievements of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary. The award was presented to ASHRAE at the 2017 Ozone Awards ceremony on Nov. 23 in Montreal. The Partnership Award recognizes the work of civil society and other international organizations that have played a critical role in the development of the Kigali Amendment and/or implementation of the Montreal Protocol. "We could not be more pleased to have earned this recognition. Receiving the Partnership Award is a great honor and acknowledgment of the tireless work ASHRAE and our members are doing to support the phase-out activities of ozone-depleting substances around the world," said 2017-2018 ASHRAE President Bjarne W. Olesen, Ph.D. "We are proud to be a part of this initiative and look forward to continuing our partnership with UN Environment as we work toward a more sustainable built environment." Commonly referred to as "the treaty that saved the ozone layer," the Montreal Protocol, signed in 1987, is an international agreement designed to substantially reduce emissions of substances that deplete the stratospheric ozone layer. The Protocol has led to the phase-out of more than 99 percent of nearly 100 ozone-depleting chemicals and significantly contributed to climate change mitigation, according to UN Environment. "I congratulate ASHRAE for this well-deserved award honoring its exceptional efforts to support the advancement of technologies which help protect the ozone layer. We appreciate the organization's dedication to the Montreal Protocol and its contribution to the success of the treaty," said Tina Birmpili, head of the Ozone Secretariat. ASHRAE's partnership with UN Environment has been highly transparent and visible since it began and has been recognized with appreciation by governments around the world as well as the HVAC&R industry. Through ASHRAE's more than 56,000 members in more than 100 countries, the Society has mobilized its resources to develop, implement and support UN Environment and Montreal Protocol projects. Most recently, ASHRAE and UN Environment launched a work plan titled, "Working Beyond High Global Warning Potential (GWP) Refrigerants." It is the organizations' fifth joint biennial work plan and is another tangible example of ASHRAE's dedication to promote the Montreal Protocol by leading the way in research to identify effective refrigerant alternatives with low GWP.   Another way ASHRAE is leading this charge is through its collaboration with the Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). Through a $5.2 million joint investment, the three organizations are funding vital research to expedite findings and establish a more robust fact base about the properties and use of flammable refrigerants, which will also help update international standards. 


Photo by Francis Dejon| IISD/ENB


About the United Nations Environment Programme  

The United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment) is the leading global environmental authority that sets the global environmental agenda, promotes the coherent implementation of the environmental dimension of sustainable development within the United Nations system, and serves as an authoritative advocate for the global environment.  


ASHRAE, founded in 1894, is a global society advancing human well-being through sustainable technology for the built environment. The Society and its more than 56,000 members worldwide focus on building systems, energy efficiency, indoor air quality, refrigeration and sustainability. Through research, standards writing, publishing, certification and continuing education, ASHRAE shapes tomorrow's built environment today. More information can be found at www.ashrae.org/news.


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Special Events


Is advanced technology alone solving the case for energy efficiency?

Delivering meaningful energy efficiency in buildings often requires debunking myths about building products, performance and solutions. This webcast will focus on strategies and policies that dive into deep efficiency goals. Featured ASHRAE speakers will address myths and realities they've discovered through real life experiences. Viewers will learn how a practical design approach can help achieve optimum energy performance in commercial and high-rise residential buildings across the globe. With varying climates and economies, one must consider a holistic approach when assessing a building and its systems.

  • Take advantage of the two week On Demand period (April 20-May 4) and schedule your viewing of the webcast around your time zone and schedule


  • The On Demand player has fast forward and rewind capabilities — allowing you to view all or part of the program with your members


  • Plan a lunch or dinner meeting with your Chapter to view the webcast


  • Utilize the resources online to supplement the webcast program


  • Earn 3 FREE PDHs


  • Chapters who register to view the webcast will earn 100 PAOE points



Visit www.ashrae.org/Webcast for additional information about the program, continuing education credtis, speakers, and registrtion.

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Become a Sponsor

2017-2018 Sponsorships 

Meeting Sponsorship Opportunities (55+ avg. monthly attendees): 

Display Tray sponsor: $100 per meeting 

    • Choose between a fruit and cheese, or hummus and veggie appetizer display tray
    • Complete with company name/logo included on meeting-specific communications, meeting webpage, that month’s newsletter, cocktail hour slides and display table signage
    • Verbal recognition during podium time 

Wine/Beer raffle sponsor: $100 per meeting 

    • Benefits Student Activities Fund
    • Complete with company name/logo included on meeting-specific communications, meeting webpage, that month’s newsletter, cocktail hour slides and registration table signage
    • Verbal recognition during podium time 

Vendor Table sponsor: $100 per meeting 

    • Complete with display table, company name/logo included on meeting-specific communications, meeting webpage, that month’s newsletter, cocktail hour slides
    • Verbal recognition during podium time. 

Triple Threat Package: $250 per meeting 

    • Purchase a Display Tray, Wine/Beer Raffle and Vendor Table for the same meeting and receive $50 off!


Digital Sponsorship Opportunities: 

Digital business cards displayed on website and monthly newsletter: $250 Sept-June 

    • Limit to 10 firms.
    • Logo included on all 2017-2018 CT ASHRAE meeting announcements, newsletters and sponsorship emails.
    • Logo displayed in rotating slideshow on right side bar of website and on sponsorship page.
    • Business card featured in monthly newsletters (September-June). 

Classified Ads: $100 per month 

    • Ad posted for 30 days on CT ASHRAE website.
    • Ad will appear in that month’s newsletter. 


Custom Opportunities: 

We are more than happy to discuss creating a custom sponsorship opportunity for you. The CT Chapter frequently hosts YEA events that are also available to sponsor. Contact us today to start the discussion. 


Golf Sponsorship Opportunities: 

Save the date for Friday, May 25, 2018 for our Annual Golf Outing. Sponsorship Opportunities to be announced in January 2018. 


Have Questions or Want to Purchase Your Sponsorship? 

To purchase a sponsorship via credit card, please visit our sponsorship catalog. Contact Mike Davis, or Nichole Petersen with the sponsorship committee for more information, or with questions.


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Contact Us

Connecticut Chapter Officers 2017-2018

Please note chairpersons with * in front of their names makeup the chapter's Board of Governors


Derek Bride


President Elect


Hank Cullinane





Jason Urso






Eric Fontaine



Committe Chairpersons 2017-2018 


Committee Chair Position Available

Chapter Regional Conference

Derek Bride - Delegate / Hank Cullinane - Alternate


Jason Urso

Golf Outing/Special Events

*Brandon Bradley  860.488.0384

Grass Roots Government Activities

*Hank Cullinane  860.528.0081


Richard Melo 203.706.1841

Honors and Awards

Bill Dunn 

Membership Promotion

*Jason Urso  413.572.3226


Bill Dunn 


*Nichole Petersen  860.221.0880


*Nichole Petersen 860.221.0880


Daniel Cowan  203.701.6165 

Research Promotion

Brandon Bradley 203.325.9000


*Mike Davis and Nichole Petersen

Student Activities

Ashely Keller 845.240.0890

Student Advisor

University of Hartford Professor C.C. Yavuzturk  860.768.5554  yayuzturk@hartford.edu

Student Advisor

University of New Haven Professor Stephen Ross  203.932.7148  SRoss@newhaven.edu


Eric Fontaine  860.284.5064 

Technology Transfer

Hank Cullinane  203.370.3339

Webmaster/Electronic Communications

*Mike Davis  860.221.0887


*Blair Richardson  203.683.6930

Evan Benoit 860.221.0876

Kevin Wixom 860.221.0888



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ASHRAE Social Media

Follow ASHRAE on Social Media 

Want to stay up-to-date with all the latest and greatest news to hit the HVAC&R industry? Start following ASHRAE National on one of their many social media channels!

Facebook: ASHRAE

LinkedIn: ASHRAE

Twitter: @ASHRAENews

YouTube: ASHRAEvideo

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