Ohio has officially approved adoption of ASHRAE 90.1-2010 starting January 1, 2017.  This course will review the power and lighting updates now required in the 2010 version to properly comply with Ohio building energy use guidelines.  To aid those in attendance, pictures and sketches will be presented using a PowerPoint presentation format.  This class is intended to give contractors, engineers and designers an overview of the requirements of protection and grounding as contained in the articles of the National Electrical Code.

** Please Register ASAP to attend meetings so we can order food correctly
** Online Registration for this Meeting will cut off 3/21/17 (Tuesday) at 4PM
(Early Registration ends 3/17/17 at 4PM)
** Tickets will be $30 at the door for anyone not yet registered (regardless of membership)


Wed, March 22, 2017
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT

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Loeb Electric – Main Corporate Space
1800 E 5th Avenue
Columbus, OH 43219
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Presenter Bios:

Timothy G. Pool, PE, RCDD (Principal, Director of Engineering, Tec Inc.)

Tim serves as Director of Electrical Engineering for the firm and is responsible for the engineering of power distribution, lighting, and control systems. he is a technical resource for the electrical engineering and technology design teams, providing design guidance and project management as needed. Tm is considered a subject matter expert in National Electrical Codes and National Fire Codes. He is a frequent instructor with the Electrical League of Ohio and specializes in Arc Flash Studies.

Matt Priebe (Senior Project Designer, Karpinski Engineering)

Matt is one of the Karpinski Engineering’s K-12 schools experts. Among his projects are the recently-completed Lorain High School, the LEED-Gold certified Orrville High School, and the in-progress Cleveland Heights-University Heights High School. Matt also contributed to Cuyahoga County’s new headquarters and Goodyear’s new Global and North American Headquarters, both LEED-Gold certified. Having participated on several projects that used the 2010 edition of ASHRAE 90.1, Matt has had the opportunity to familiarize himself with the Standard and design to its requirements.