Stanley Consultants is honored to be a sponsor for the International District Energy Association's (IDEA) 27th Annual Campus Energy Conference. Four of our member experts will give presentations and workshops on some of district energy's hottest topics.
1 - 2 p.m. - Evaluating Critical Piping from Code Perspective - Monte Engelkemier P.E.
About the Presenter: Monte’s professional experience encompasses pipe stress analysis, piping system design, design supervision, project management, and construction inspections. He has experience with coal and combined-cycle power plants; chilled water plants; reverse osmosis desalination plants; and district heating and cooling piping systems. His piping system design experience includes developing P&IDs and pipe sizing.
10:30 - 11:30 a.m. - What's Happening in the World of Community Energy Systems, Microgrids and Sustainability: A symposium to Explore Best Practices and Proven Strategies form Practioners - Bill Liegois, P.E. (Panelist)
About the Presenter: Mr. Liegois is a senior project manager and chief chemical engineer at Stanley Consultants. His professional experience encompasses design and studies of energy systems from initial concept and economic analysis through technical development, final design, and construction. His work experience has spanned 40 years and includes heating, cooling, and cogenerations facilities for a wide variety of institutional, industrial, and municipal clients both domestically and internationally.
1 - 2 p.m. - Utility Infrastructure Assessment at Arizona State University - Lynn Bailey P.E. with Rick Pretzman from ASU
About the Presenter: Lynn is currently a Senior Project Manager with Stanley Consultants. Lynn is responsible for managing campus infrastructure projects for institutional clients throughout the Western U.S. Lynn’s project experience encompasses all stages of project development from the initial contract through construction. Lynn is responsible for management of project designs; technical reports; studies; master plans; and schedules.
2:30 - 3 p.m. - Utility Infrastructure Mater Planning for Arizona State University Campuses - Lynn Bailey, P.E. (see biography above) with Rick Pretzman from ASU.
9:30 - 10 a.m. - Thermal Distribution in District Energy and Cogeneration Systems: The Case for Hot Water - Bill Liegois, P.E. (see biography above)
9:30 - 10 a.m. - University of Michigan: Central Plant Distributed Control System Upgrade - Thomas Mergen, P.E.
About the Presenter: Tom’s experience encompasses project management, design, engineering, and installation of instrument and control systems. This includes specification writing; programmable logic software design and implementation; Distributed Control System design and implementation; and control panel design, preparation of instrument indexes, instrument data sheets, input/output listings system descriptions, cable schedules, loop drawings, and detailed interconnection and schematic diagrams; P&ID design; and development of equipment procurement and testing specifications.
For more information about the IDEA Campus Energy Conference, visit their website here.