Mark Chmura, P.E, QCxP, C.E.M., LEED AP

Catherine Hurley, P.E., C.E.M., LEED AP, ISSP-CSP

Jim Rohlfing

18-Oct-2018, 10:30 - 11:00AM

 
Session: Large Campus Solutions

Track M | Big Data and IoT


Lab Campus Retro-Commissioning using Analytics to Systematically Improve Building Performance

Mark Chmura, P.E, QCxP, C.E.M., LEED AP
Commissioning Project Manager
Burns & McDonnell

Catherine Hurley, P.E., C.E.M., LEED AP, ISSP-CSP
Sustainability Program Manager
Argonne National Laboratory

Jim Rohlfing
Engineering Controls Specialist
Argonne National Laboratory


Abstract

 

Lab Campus Retro-Commissioning using Analytics to Systematically Improve Building Performance

In 2017 Argonne National Labs began implementing a Retro-Commissioning Program that strategically plans to apply the commissioning process to 40 buildings over 4 years. The goals of the RCx program are to utilize data driven decisions, improve occupant comfort, identify root cause of issues, achieve campus sustainability goals, modernize controls, and baseline building for future fault detection and diagnostics (FDD). This presentation will detail their methods and procedures from planning and piloting to campus wide RCx program and Analytics rollout.

Biographies

 

Mark Chmura, PE, QCxP, CEM, LEED AP

Burns & McDonnell

Mark brings over a decade of experience providing commissioning (Cx) and retro-commissioning (RCx) services for complex, critical facilities with an emphasis on large-scale laboratory, health care, and mission critical environments.

 

Catherine Hurley, P.E., LEED AP, ISSP-CSP

Argonne National Labs

Catherine Hurley is Sustainability Program Manager for Argonne National Laboratory where she provides strategic direction and management for Argonne's Site Sustainability Program.She oversees projects that address greenhouse gas emissions, sustainable buildings, water management, pollution prevention & waste reduction, transportation efficiency, sustainable procurement, and climate change resilience.Prior to joining Argonne, Catherine served as Sustainability Manager for the City of Evanston, Illinois, where she was responsible for implementing programs and policies to support environmental, economic and social sustainability for Evanston. She managed the City’s Climate Action Plan and sustainability performance management through the STAR Community Rating.Catherine started her professional career as a Civil Engineer, working for MWH Americas Inc. where she was a Supervising Engineer and Project Manager, and Resource Efficiency Management Group Leader.

Catherine serves on the Board of Directors for STAR Communities and the International Society of Sustainability Professionals (ISSP).Catherine has a Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Dayton and is a Registered Professional Engineer, Certified Energy Manager, LEED Accredited Professional and an ISSP Certified Sustainability Professional.

Jim Rohlfing

Argonne National Labs

As an Engineering Controls Specialist at Argonne National Labs Jim is responsible for the deployment and troubleshooting of automation controls and installation and management of campus utility meters as well as providing engineering assistance in managing facilities/infrastructure. He has taken a lead role in the success of Argonne’s ongoing RCx program.


 

 


 

Track: M Big Data and IoT | Session: Large Campus Solutions

 

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