High-rise Installations

2010 ASPE Webinar Series

An ASPE Technical Professional Education Program

 

High-rise Installations

Original Air Date: Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Earn Continuing Education Credits:

This one-hour contact program provides 0.1 CEU or 1.0 PDH.

Join ASPE for this one-hour webinar and learn how engineers have solved the problem of getting water to the upper floors of commercial high-rise buildings at adequate flows and temperatures. Real-life examples from Chicago and around the United States will be presented to illustrate design solutions such as utilizing booster pumps and storage tanks and creating pressure zones. Drainage is the other side of the problem. Once water goes up, how does the resulting wastewater get back down? Learn this and more in this informative webinar.



The Presenter: Daniel Fagan

Daniel Fagan, P.E., CPD is Director of Mechanical Engineering at Cannon Design’s Chicago Office. Cannon Design is a major Engineering and Architectural firm with offices located in 17 cities around the world. Mr. Fagan has over 24 years experience in the construction industry, and has worked on hundreds of large scale projects throughout the country and throughout the world. He is a contributor to ASPE Technical Manuals and several magazines, having articles published in Plumbing Engineer, PM Engineer and HPAC, and he is the Technical Editor of the ASPE Bi-Monthly Magazine, Plumbing Systems and Design. Mr. Fagan is also a past President of the ASPE Chicago Chapter, and has taught the ASPE Chicago Chapter Plumbing Engineering Basics Class for the past ten years. He is a graduate of Brown University, and is a Registered Professional Engineer, Certified in Plumbing Design by ASPE, and a LEED Accredited Professional.

 

 

Click here to view the archived webinar or to obtain your CEU certificate for the live webinar.
Fees:

Members first time viewing:      $70

Members previously viewed:    $0

Nonmembers:                           $130