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The Conneticut Chapter geographically serves the State of Connecticut (except Fairfield County) and three counties in Western Massachusetts (Hampden, Hampshire, and Franklin). The Chapter has grown to more than 530 Society members!

Our Chapter has a diverse group of attendees at our monthly meetings, ranging from Engineers, Building Owners, Contractors, Equipment Manufacturer's Representatives, experienced members to college students!  Join today, attend our meetings and be a part of our exciting Chapter!  If you are in the HVAC industry, you can't afford not be be a part of ASHRAE!

Monthly meetings are held the second Thursday of each month at 6:45 PM at the Courtyard by Marriott in Cromwell, CT. A free Technical Session precedes the dinner meeting and begins at 5:00 PM. Check out our calander for off site tours.  

 Why should you join ASHRAE?  See the testimonials in the video below!!!

Annual ASHRAE dues are as follows
Members & Associate Members - $220
Affiliates - $55 (year 1), $85 (year 2), $110 (year 3)
Students - $25
CT Chapter Dues - $40

For more information on the benefits of each membership grade, please visit Membership Grades.

Please remember to pay the Connecticut Chapter dues, which are used to fund our Chapter activities and events.  Chapter dues are waived for first time members, unless the new member decides to take advantage of other membership promotion incentives being offered. 

To encourage student membership our Chapter will pay the $25 membership fee for the 1st year for new student members who attend just two of our Chapter meetings. These new members will receive the monthly ASHRAE Journal as well as other publications in addition to making important contacts in the industry.  Please contact our Student Chair or Membership Chair for more information. 

Are you interested in joining the Connecticut Chapter of ASHRAE?  Click the link below to join online or to download an application! Be sure to choose CT as your home chapter! 


Please contact our Membership Pomotion Chair, Brian Messerschmidt at [email protected] to inquire about any new member incentives that we may be offering or with any questions you may have.

To renew your membership online or update your personal information in your ASHRAE account, visit www.ashrae.org and follow these steps: 

         1.  Log in using your email and password.

         2.  Click "My Account" in the upper right corner.

         3.  Click the appropriate thumbnail to renew membership, update your contact info and biographical information.


Upgrade from Associate Member to full Member staus!!!

Do you have 12 years experience (combination of college education and work experience) or a PE?  If the answer is yes, contact Brian Messerschmidt to upgrade from Associate Member to full Member today!!!

2018 Membership Battle Winners

Large Firms (Over 40 Employees): 

vanZelm Heywood & Shadford

Midsize Firms (11-40 Employees):

Flow Tech, Inc.

Small Firms (11-40 Employees): 

Progressive Engineering, Inc.

Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating


Honorable Mention

EMCOR Services, New England Mechanical


Thank you to all of the participants

Aercon Corporation 

  Air Equipment

Buckley Associates

BVH Integrated Services

Centek Engineering

Clover Corporation

Consulting Engineering Services

CT Temperature Controls


Emcor Services, New England Mechanical

Emme Controls

Environmental System Corp.

Environmental Engineering

Eversource Energy

Facilities Engineering Associates

Flow Tech

Frank I. Rounds Company

Mitsubishi Electric Heating & Cooling

Progressive Engineering, Inc.

Swan Associates

vanZelm, Heywood & Shadford




This home page is maintained by the Connecticut Chapter of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc. P.O. Box 143 Cromwell, CT 06416. ASHRAE chapters may not act for the Society and the information presented here has not had Society review. To learn more about ASHRAE activities on an international level, contact the ASHRAE home page at http://www.ashrae.org