Dallas, TX (PRWEB) September 20, 2008
Tim Kensok of AirAdvice will present on how to improve the performance of commercial buildings at next week's Green Sustainable Building Controls Conference. The timely session, featuring discussion about assessment, benchmarking, and improving energy performance, will be held as part of the conference on Tuesday, September 23 at the Fairmont Hotel in Dallas, Texas. Kensok is the Vice President of Market Development for AirAdvice, a Portland, Oregon company which provides building performance diagnostic equipment and services. Kensok is an industry expert in the fields of HVAC markets, applications and systems, building science, and indoor environmental controls.
With actionable information on getting an energy conservation program started, Kensok's presentation should be extremely relevant to anyone involved in the ownership, management, or service of commercial buildings. Given today's business and energy climate, energy conservation programs are of obvious importance. What is not obvious is where to begin, or determining what role you play.
The title of the session is, "Benchmarking, Assessing, and Improving Performance: How is intelligence in buildings measured and benchmarked?" This session examines some of the processes used to assess, benchmark, and improve building performance, and discusses approaches that support intelligent and sustainable building projects. Other presenters in the session include Mark Jewell of RealWinWin, Paul Ehrlich of Building Intelligence Group, and Rebecca Ellis of Questions & Solutions Engineering.
At AirAdvice, Kensok has conducted extensive research into the performance of commercial buildings, and on the entire value chain including manufacturers, distributors, contractors, and end users. With over 20 years experience in product development from both marketing and engineering perspectives, Kensok, a registered professional engineer, has been granted thirteen U.S. patents. Kensok was instrumental in the development of BuildingAdvice™, a portable system of wireless sensors and web-based software used to assess building performance. By presenting actionable information on energy savings opportunities, HVAC operations, and comfort issues, BuildingAdvice enables commercial contractors and building owners or managers to make informed decisions leading to lower energy costs and increased occupant comfort. More information can be found online at the BuildingAdvice website.
Kevin Skurski, Director of Marketing