A Regional program is proposed to allow for the development of future Regional leaders through their shadowing of current DRCs and support from the Region. LeadDRS would be a program that is run, funded, and administered by each Region in order to develop incoming or new Regional leadership. As a participant in this program, the DRC would select a participant from the Region to shadow the DRC at a Society Winter or Annual conference. The participant’s travel expense would be covered by the Region as an investment in the development of their future leadership. While not specifically required, it is the intention of this program to prepare new YEA members their upcoming duties and expectations as a Regional leader through direct interaction with the DRC.
Music, bevies and lobster make this a can’t miss event!Lobsters will be flown in fresh and prepared by the Red Tail Culinary Team. Bring your significant other and celebrate the end of a fantastic year, the more the merrier! Join us as we bring the East Coast to you! Cocktails at 5.30 Dinner at 6.15 Featuring Celtic rocker Derina Harvey Red Tail Landing Golf Club (Take Airport Road Turnoff on QE2)
Lobster/Steak/Chicken – $65 Additional main – $30 Table of 8 – $500
2013 ASHRAE NAC Golf Tournament Includes golf, power cart, range and dinner. Many Sponsorship Opportunities Available Wednesday June 5th, 2013 Northern Bear Golf Course 51055 Range Road 222 Sherwood Park, AB 8am Shotgun Start Individual $175 | Foursome $660 RSVP by May 31st, 2013
High Performance Building Design: Application and Future Trends
Please join us for our final training session of the year. ASHRAE Distinguished Lecturer Tom Lawrence will be presenting a custom course for the Northern Alberta Chapter.
As buildings are evolving and become leaner and greener, so are the thought processes and techniques that go into the design of these structures. High Performance Building is a very catchy name and is drawing a great deal of attention from all aspects of the building sciences community.
Please join us as we host our annual joint meeting with the Mechanical Contractors Association. As in the past, this event is sure to bring great discussion and some fireworks as the panelists debate topics that are relevant to our industry today. Expect no less this year when we present questions to our panel of industry experts including Engineers, Architects, Contractors, and Government Officials. Over the past few years a trend has been emerging in building construction with several different types of project delivery methods.