Welcome to ASHRAE Connecticut Chapter!
The Connecticut Chapter is one of ASHRAE’s oldest chapters, dating back to June, 1940, when it was originally chartered as a chapter of the ASHVE. In 1959, the Connecticut Chapter of ASHVE merged with the Connecticut Valley Chapter of ASRE to become the Connecticut Chapter of ASHRAE. In 1961, the Southern Connecticut Chapter of ASHRAE also became part of the Connecticut Chapter. In 1989, a portion of the Western Massachusetts Chapter was added to the Connecticut Chapter. Today, the Chapter geographically serves the State of Connecticut (except Fairfield County) plus three counties in Massachusetts (Hampden, Hampshire, and Franklin). The Chapter has grown to be one of ASHRAE's largest with over 500 Society members.
Rich in the traditions of participation, leadership, and contribution, the Connecticut Chapter is proud of its many members who have made significant contributions to the Society and the state of the art in our industry. The Connecticut Chapter is the one of the largest out of 15 chapters in ASHRAE’s Region I. Region I is ASHRAE’s largest region, comprising nearly eleven percent of ASHRAE’s world wide membership.
We have a committe opening for Auditing and help is always welcome on other committees. We’d love for members to step up in volunteer positions. If you are interested in any of the open chair positions or helping out on any of the committees please contact any BOG member, or the Chapter President.
Serving Connecticut (except Fairfield County) and Western Massachusetts (Franklin, Hampden and Hampshire Counties). Click here for a map showing all the ASHRAE regions and chapters across the globe.