Douglas Millar, C.E.M., C.B.C.P., E.B.C.P.

17-Oct-2018, 2:30 - 3:00PM

 
Session: Latest in Commissioning

Track F | Energy Services


Delivering High-Quality, Robust Projects through Integrating the Commissioning Process in Healthcare Facilities

Douglas Millar, C.E.M., C.B.C.P., E.B.C.P.
Vice President, Mid-Atlantic
Edison Energy, LLC




Abstract

Drawing on technical examples, lessons learned, and best practices from a recent marquee healthcare facility project, we will comprehensively explore and explain the key components necessary to ensure seamless integration and execution of LEED V4 commissioning (LEED V4) requirements for mission critical facilities. Specifically, we will explore the following key elements juxtaposed to the commissioning process: • Current LEED and sustainable healthcare landscape • Analysis of LEED v4 BD+C credits within the Healthcare rating system • Delve into a recent healthcare case study to identify strategies and results Additionally, we will detail key Cx drivers such as energy cost reduction, sustainability, reduced O&M costs, improved efficiency, and occupant health and safety in order to ensure the delivery of a high-quality and robust building project: one that provides a safe and healthy facility with reduced energy use, reduced operating cost, adequate O&M staff training, and improved building systems documentation.

Bio

VP of the Mid-Atlantic Region, Doug Millar has over 25 years of experience with proven success in the field of business and energy. With extensive experience in energy management and mechanical systems, Doug’s knowledge and capabilities are especially significant in the use of electrical generators. Mr. Millar has managed multimillion dollar projects for key hospital, university, government, and privately owned building clients throughout the U.S, having executed services for the United States government in Alaska, California, Arizona, and Texas. Additionally, his expertise includes the design and installation of combined heat and power projects (co-generation), generators with gas turbines and reciprocating engineers, as well as automatic transfer switches. Mr. Millar’s notable, current work includes the Cx at major hospitals in the Mid-Atlantic region. Mr. Millar is a current board member of the AEE Capital Chapter and holds CEM, CBCP, and EBCP certifications. A U.S Navy Veteran (1984-1988), Doug has a BS in Finance from Rutgers University, as well as professional certifications from New York University and the Johnson Controls Institute of Milwaukee, further cultivating his industry expertise.


 

Track: F Energy Services | Session: Latest in Commissioning