Randolph Haines, C.E.M., C.L.E.P.

28-Sep-2017, 2:30 - 4:30PM

 
Session: Healthcare-How to Nip/Tuck the Savings

Track G | High Performance Buildings & Communities


Chair for Session

Randolph Haines, C.E.M., C.L.E.P.
Energy Manager
Thomas Jefferson University




Mr. Haines has thirty nine (39) years’ experience in project, maintenance and facilities management.The first seventeen (17) years of experience were in the metal working industry before moving to Thomas Jefferson University, an urban teaching hospital in center city Philadelphia.In 1997, Randy was promoted to a newly created position of Energy Manager for the Jefferson Health System, an alliance of hospitals and research buildings in the Philadelphia region covering more than 10 million square feet and 32,000 employees.

Between 2001 and 2015, Randy oversaw the installation of $38.3 million worth of energy efficient equipment to the campus with no capital outlay. This work and the negotiation of energy contracts as well as all other initiatives have saved Jefferson more than $123 million and 18,400 tons of carbon in the last 19 years.

Using the metering system installed in the Jefferson Health System, Randy is actively managing the purchasing and selling of electric power as well as the use of all utilities on the campus. He also actively manages the Energy Team at Jefferson and working with the operations staff has consistently reduced the energy intensity every year since becoming Energy Manager.

A University of Pittsburgh Industrial Engineer graduate, Randy has worked at Eaton Corporation, Mitchell Industries, Delaval Condenser Division and Thomas Jefferson University.He is past President of the Greater Philadelphia Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), past President of the Trenton – Princeton Chapter of the Association for Facilities Engineering and a member of ASHRAE and the Hospital Engineers.

He has made numerous presentations at the AEE international and regional conferences. Randy was awarded the International Energy Manager of the Year for 2004 from the Association of Energy Engineers. In January of 2007, Randy wrote a chapter in the book, Web Based Enterprise Energy and Building Automation Systems. In November of 2009, he was inducted into the AEE Energy Managers Hall of Fame and in 2014 was elected the President of the International AEE.



 

Track: G High Performance Buildings & Communities | Session: Healthcare-How to Nip/Tuck the Savings

 

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