Jason Fierko, P.E., C.E.M., LEED AP

Richard Garman

19-Oct-2018, 9:30 - 10:00AM

 
Session: Carbon Neutrality through Energy Efficiency & Innovation

Track G | High Performance Buildings and Communities


Challenges of a Net Zero Building Design in an Urban Environment

Jason Fierko, P.E., C.E.M., LEED AP
Mechanical Engineer
EwingCole

Richard Garman
Electrical Engineer
EwingCole



Richard Garman, PE and Jason Fierko, PE, CEM, LEED AP are engineers with EwingCole, an architecture and engineering firm with offices in Charlotte, Irvine, New York, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Raleigh. Rick earned a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering degree from the Pennsylvania State University, while Jason earned a Bachelor of Architectural Engineering and a Master of Engineering Management degree from Drexel University. Combined, they have nearly 40 years of experience focused on high performance buildings, net zero energy design, energy modeling, HVAC systems, control systems, power distribution systems and renewable energy. They work with multi-disciplinary teams of architects, engineers, energy modelers, lighting designers and interior designers to create energy efficient buildings and to optimize building energy performance. Their work includes two net zero building projects at United Therapeutics, MetLife Stadium, the LEED Platinum Smithsonian Environmental Research Center Mathias Laboratory, and multiple projects in the healthcare, academic, sports, government, and private sectors.

 


 

Track: G High Performance Buildings and Communities | Session: Carbon Neutrality through Energy Efficiency & Innovation

 

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