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ASHRAE To Seek Input on Contractor Guidance at 2008 Winter Meeting


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ASHRAE wants to know what guidance contractors and design-build firms want to help them with the design and construction of the most efficient and comfortable buildings possible. To that end, the organization will seek input in a forum scheduled for the ASHRAE Winter Meeting next January.

The forum, "Missing the Bus: What is ASHRAE Not Doing for the Contractor," will take place from 12:15 – 1:15 p.m., January 22, at the Javits Convention Center, New York.

"ASHRAE isn’t looking to reinvent the wheel on training documentation targeted to contractors and design-build firms but instead to work with existing organizations to market a more comprehensive suite of training information for contractors," explained Jim Fields, chair of ASHRAE’s task group on HVAC contractors and design-build firms. "One of our primary goals is to see how we can make existing products, such as standards and design guides, more user-friendly for contractors."

The ASHRAE Winter Meeting will be held January 19 – 23, at the New York Hilton. The Meeting is held in conjunction with the AHR Expo, which runs January 22 – 24, at the Javits Convention Center.

For more information on the ASHRAE Winter Meeting go to www.ashrae.org/newyork, and for information on the AHR Expo, visit www.ahrexpo.com.