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Orange County, California

2016 2017

Juicy News from ASHRAEs Orange Empire Chapter

MEETING INFORMATION

SEPTEMBER MEETING NOTICE

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2016

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 2016

HOLIDAY INN
2726 S. Grand Avenue
Santa Ana, CA 92705
(see map on page 7)
Event Time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:30 8:30 p.m.

PLEASE E-MAIL
(PREFERRED),

PHONE, OR FAX YOUR


RESERVATIONS TO:
Carlon Haywood
c/o Setpoint Systems Corporation

chaywood@setpointsystems.com
Phone (949) 396-4713
Fax (949) 251-0787

PRICE SCHEDULE
ASHRAEMember w/Reservation. . . . $40.00
Non-Member/Member at the Door . . $45.00
Student. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10.00

IF CANCELLATION IS NOT
RECEIVED YOU WILL BE BILLED
FOR THE SESSION

DINNER PROGRAM

Operations group at Nestle Brands.


Work experience ranging from
ARENA VENTILATION
electricians apprentice to mechanical
The development
engineer and A/E Studio Director
process of the
has driven home the importance
Sacramento Kings Arena
of teaming on projects in general,
could be a study of
with even more importance
its own, but in this
of invigorated deep teaming
case the focus will
across Owner, Contractor, and
be on the design
Designers on complex projects.
development and delivery of the
When speaking of himself you
highest performing arena
may hear him refer to himself as
built to date. Challenges
a mutt, because of the wide range
will be explored, and
of experiences, and not
BE SURE TO INVITE A
design solutions will be
singular pedigree. With
GUEST TO THE FIRST
discussed, including a MEETING OF THE SEASON! more than 20 years of
novel control approach,
experience, this mutt feels
Fan First Ventilation.
that the wider the range of experience,
Ken Golovko is a classically trained
the better chance you have at success
Professional Mechanical Engineer who
on projects and beyond.
started his career with the Energy
Derrick Wyka

SEE PAGE 7 FOR FAX ORDER FORM

DINNER PROGRAM
Arena Ventilation
by Ken Golovko

NO TECHNICAL SESSION
Orange Spiel Editor
Robert Hagstrom, P.E., LEED AP
c/o Southern California Edison
6090-B N. Irwindale Avenue
Irwindale, CA 91702
Phone (626) 633-3432
PAX 43432
Cell (626) 609-9791

Robert.Hagstrom@sce.com

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ERICS BLOG
Wow, time flies and
were back at it again
for another year at the
Orange Empire Chapter
of ASHRAE! Id like to
introduce you to your
new chapter officers:
Secretary Carlon Haywood
Treasurer Greg Glover
Vice-President Derrick Wyka
President-Elect Kenneth Golovko
President Eric Decker
Your Board of Governors this year are

Steve Rawski, Mat Waller,


Craig Hofferber, and
John Sawyer.
Your Officers, Board of
Governors, and Committee
Chairs have done a great job
developing this years slate
of dinner and technical
programs, in addition to all of their
other duties toward promoting the
arts and sciences of HVAC&R. We
appreciate all the input we received for
dinner and technical program topics

over the summer.

(See ERICS BLOG page 2)

Region X Chapters: Central Arizona, Golden Gate, Hawaii, No. Nevada, Orange Empire, Sacramento
Valley, San Diego, San Joaquin, San Jose, Sierra Delta, So. California, So. Nevada, Tri-County, Tucson

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ERICS BLOG
(continued from page 1)

Please continue to support


our chapter. We encourage you
to strive to play an active role and
participate in making our chapter
better. If you have any thoughts
or leads for programs, table-tops,
activities or technical tours that
youd like to see, dont hesitate to
seek us out and talk to us wed
love to hear it.
I look forward to seeing
everyone at our first meeting this
year on Tuesday, September 27th
at the Holiday Inn-Santa Ana!
Eric Decker

MEETING MINUTES
Date: August 30, 2016
Time: 4:00 - 6:00 PM
Place: AECOM

999 Town & Country Rd.

Orange, CA 92868
MEETING ATTENDEES
Erick Decker (ED)
Greg Glover (GG)
Kenneth Golovko (KG)
Robert Hagstrom (RH)
Jeff Hanzel (JH)
Carlon Haywood (CH)
Craig Hofferber (CH))
Steve Rawski (SR)
Derrick Wyka (DW)
David Yancosky (DY)
CALL TO ORDER
1. Meeting called to order at
4:57 PM
2. Quorum established
3. Announcements
4. Next Meeting Date:
September 27, 2016

DISCUSSION ITEMS
1. Transfer of officer duties
a. GG now has spreadsheet
and checkbook
b. Discussion about different
website and payment
service options
i. Paypal
ii. Weebly
1) DY to research
integration capability
of Weebly to make
sure it is a multifunctional platform
2) Security and Ease
of Use are the key
performance requests
2. CRC re-cap
a. Tax forms are due Nov. 15th
b. Hawaii chapter motions
discussed
c. Commercialization of
ASHRAE becoming an
issue at Society Level
d. LinkedIn proposed by KG
as an alternate to having
Facebook during the
Webmaster re-cap
3. Budget Review & Changes
a. Reduced RP, CRD
b. Added $500 Tabletop
c. Adjusted Golf Tournament
figures
d. Added $150 Name tags
e. CRC transportation
$1000
f. YEA to $700; $2000 added
from Siemens
4. Programs Discussion
a. Name of Arena Ventilation
dinner topic to be confirmed
by KG
b. October Steam confirmed
i. JS to check on possibility
of a tech session that
can also qualify as CEU
points
c. No tech session in
September

i. Member Promotion Day


in September
d. Tour Options (Great Wolf
Lodge)
i. Turnout expected to be
roughly 120
1) JH working to
confirm the tour time
slots and availability
of tour guides
e. DW to confirm with Simon
for Legionella Topic
f. CH to confirm speaker
availability for February/
April, topic to be future of
VAV design
g. DW will confirm March
meeting with Travis English
h. ED to also check for
speakers for April meeting
i. Tech session blast to all
members will be done once
yearly schedule has been
dialed in
j. Dinner Venue Options &
Pricing:
i. Sep/Oct/Feb/Apr are
the only committed
months for Holiday Inn
1) Discussion of other
dates to be had with
ED and Holiday Inn
when timing is right
ii. Fees increased to
$40/$45 for those
members and nonmembers who register
iii. Fees increased to
$45/$50 for those
members and nonmembers who do not
register
iv. Student fee set to $10
v. Season Pass set to $320
vi. Tabletop to $250, 1-meal
is provided with the
tabletop purchase
5. Meeting ended 6:42pm.
Carlon Haywood

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Ray Cranston was born in


Colville, Washington, and grew
up on a dairy farm near Coeur
dAlene, Idaho. He attended the
University of Idaho, graduating
with a BS (ME) in 1961, when he
joined a consulting engineering
firm in Missoula, Montana called
General Engineers.
Ray moved to California in
1964 and joined F. T. Andrews,
Inc., Mechanical Engineers. He
was hired by Richard Palmer,
P.E., who was Chief Engineer
at the time. Their offices were
in Fullerton and remained in
North Orange County
until the firm was sold
to the IDS Group in
2008. Ray moved from
design engineer to chief
engineer, to president and
finally owner when Ray
and partner Jim Belna
purchased the firm from
Frank T. Andrews, P.E.
the founder. His partner
Jim retired in 1998 and passed
away in 2013. Ray is a licensed
mechanical engineer in California
and Arizona.
The firms practice included
the design of HVAC, plumbing,

MEMBER SERVICE RECALL


MEMBER:

IVAN RAY CRANSTON, P.E.


fire protection and process piping
systems. K12 schools were the
majority of the firms projects with
more than 5,000 school projects
in Southern California. Other
clients included numerous
County of Orange
agencies, Hughes Aircraft,
North American Rockwell,
Union Oil, Raytheon
Systems, Western
Medical Center, Anaheim
General Hospital, and J. P.
Morgan Chase. Since his
retirement in December
2013, Ray continues to
consult with the IDS Group.
Ray was a founding father of
the Orange Empire Chapter of
ASHRAE and worked with Ken
Watts to get the Chapter started
and chartered in 1968. He served

as Chapter President in 19711972 and beyond on several


committees through the years.
Now that Ray is officially
retired and no longer works at
the office 10 - 12 hours a day, he
has time to travel with his wife of
50 years, play golf and explore
other passions that include
gardening and reading. Ray is
an active member of Eastside
Christian Church in Anaheim,
serving on the guest services
and hospitality team, and the
facility management team. He is a
member of the board of directors
for Helping Hands Adult Day
Care, a provider of services for
developmentally disabled adults.
He is a member of OCV, the
Orange County (Cor) Vette club.
One can imagine him enjoying
a good wine with his wife on
the patio of their Laguna Beach
condominium while watching the
sunset.
Thank you Ray for providing
information for this article and for
your many years of service to the
industry, ASHRAE and helping to
found its Orange Empire Chapter.
Craig F. Hofferber, Chapter
Historian, 2015 - 2016

Join us in Las Vegas this January 28-February 1 at Caesars Palace and the Las Vegas Convention Center: Register
by October 28 for the best rates
Learn More HERE

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HELP
WANTED

HELP
WANTED

HELP
WANTED

SENIOR MECHANICAL (HVAC) ENGINEER

PROJECT MANAGER

MECHANICAL (HVAC) ENGINEER

OVERVIEW
MPA is looking for someone who is enthusiastic
about work, energetic, and passionate about building
professional and personal relationships. We strive for
an office culture and environment that everyone enjoys.
We are a growing Mechanical Engineering firm with
opportunities for movement into upper-level management
and associate positions. MPA is committed to in-house
training and continued education to make sure that our
employees are set up for success and professional
growth! Desired employees possess strong work ethics,
good balances of work and personal life, upbeat and
positive attitudes, and care about the advancement of
both themselves and the company they work for.

OVERVIEW
MPA is looking for someone who is enthusiastic
about work, energetic, and passionate about
building professional and personal relationships.
We strive for an office culture and environment
that everyone enjoys. We are a growing
Mechanical Engineering firm with opportunities
for movement into upper-level management and
associate positions. MPA is committed to in-house
training and continued education to make sure
that our employees are set up for success and
professional growth! Desired employees possess
strong work ethics, good balances of work and
personal life, upbeat and positive attitudes, and
care about the advancement of both themselves
and the company they work for.

OVERVIEW
MPA is looking for someone who is enthusiastic
about work, energetic, and passionate about building
professional and personal relationships. We strive for
an office culture and environment that everyone enjoys.
We are a growing Mechanical Engineering firm with
opportunities for movement into upper-level management
and associate positions. MPA is committed to in-house
training and continued education to make sure that our
employees are set up for success and professional
growth! Desired employees possess strong work ethics,
good balances of work and personal life, upbeat and
positive attitudes, and care about the advancement of
both themselves and the company they work for.

Irvine, California

WHAT WE OFFER
Competitive wages
Full benefits package including Medical and Dental
Insurance, 401 (k) Plan, Profit Sharing, Paid Vacation,
Sick Pay, and standard Paid Holidays
QUALIFICATIONS
10 or more years of HVAC design experience
Project Management skills are preferred
Proficiency in AutoCAD, Word, and Excel
Revit Experience is desirable, but not required
BSME is desirable, but not required
California Licensed Professional Engineer is desirable,
but not required
DESIRED SKILLS
We are seeking a key individual for the position of Senior
Mechanical Engineer for our Irvine Office. The ideal
person can perform all HVAC design responsibilities
for a project from conception to completion and will
welcome new challenges. The person will be involved
in the design and engineering of various project types,
including: manufacturing, laboratory, office, restaurants,
hospitality, healthcare, and high-rise. This person will
assess project requirements, break projects into tasks
and work with Project Managers to determine scope
of work while overseeing budgeting and staffing. This
person writes scopes of work for mechanical designs
(HVAC) based on preliminary review and client meetings.
Prepares engineering studies and schematic design
for new HVAC systems and analyzes the operation of
existing systems. Works with code officials and other
design professionals when an interpretation or exception
to building codes is required. Assigns and reviews the
work of the project design teams, checks the progress of
the work and alerts Project Managers of scope changes
or additional services. Reviews contractor applications for
payments and maintains a thorough understanding of the
construction process. Coordinates all aspects of project
document completion within MPA, externally with clients,
and with other relevant design professionals. Prepares
or reviews construction budgets based on the project
scope. Develops and promotes the use of MPA design
and production standards.
Please submit Resume to:
Kimberly Nelson, BDV Coordinator
knelson@mcparlane.com | P (949) 296-3136
8815 Research Drive, Irvine, CA 92618
www.mcparlane.com

Irvine, California

WHAT WE OFFER
Competitive wages
Full benefits package including Medical and
Dental Insurance, 401 (k) Plan, Profit Sharing,
Paid Vacation, Sick Pay, and standard Paid
Holidays
QUALIFICATIONS
College graduate with relevant degree and 4+
years of project management experience in
California. Must have knowledge of HVAC and
plumbing systems. Registered professional
preferred. Candidates must conduct themselves
professionally and represent the organization well.
Actively manages client budgets, schedules, and
programs. Estimates fees, determines scope
of work, and prepares proposals and contracts
on projects. Is proficient in Revit, AutoCAD,
Microsoft Word, Outlook, and Excel.
DESIRED SKILLS
MPA seeks an energetic and passionate
full time Project Manager to join our team.
This opportunity required management and
coordination of all aspects on mid-to-large-sized
projects. Completion on schedule, within budget
and with maximum client satisfaction is expected.
Integral to this position is building strong client
relationships, working with business development
personnel and assisting with proposal requests.
Candidate must be confident in networking skills
and ability to communicate effectively with all
levels of internal and external customers both
verbally and in writing. Strong proposal and
technical writing skills are a plus.
Please submit Resume to:
Kimberly Nelson, BDV Coordinator
knelson@mcparlane.com | P (949) 296-3136
8815 Research Drive, Irvine, CA 92618
www.mcparlane.com

Irvine, California

WHAT WE OFFER
Competitive wages
Full benefits package including Medical and Dental
Insurance, 401 (k) Plan, Profit Sharing, Paid Vacation,
Sick Pay, and standard Paid Holidays
QUALIFICATIONS
3 or more years of HVAC design experience
Project Management skills are preferred
Proficiency in AutoCAD, Word, and Excel
Revit Experience is desirable, but not required
BSME is desirable, but not required
California Licensed Professional Engineer is desirable,
but not required
DESIRED SKILLS
We are seeking a key individual for the position of
Mechanical Engineer for our Irvine Office. The ideal
person can perform all HVAC design responsibilities
for a project from conception to completion and will
welcome new challenges. The person will be involved
in the design and engineering of various project types,
including: manufacturing, laboratory, office, restaurants,
hospitality, healthcare, and high-rise. This person will
assess project requirements, break projects into tasks
and work with Project Managers to determine scope
of work while overseeing budgeting and staffing. This
person writes scopes of work for mechanical designs
(HVAC) based on preliminary review and client meetings.
Prepares engineering studies and schematic design
for new HVAC systems and analyzes the operation of
existing systems. Works with code officials and other
design professionals when an interpretation or exception
to building codes is required. Assigns and reviews the
work of the project design teams, checks the progress of
the work and alerts Project Managers of scope changes
or additional services. Reviews contractor applications for
payments and maintains a thorough understanding of the
construction process. Coordinates all aspects of project
document completion within MPA, externally with clients,
and with other relevant design professionals. Prepares
or reviews construction budgets based on the project
scope. Develops and promotes the use of MPA design
and production standards.
Please submit Resume to:
Kimberly Nelson, BDV Coordinator
knelson@mcparlane.com | P (949) 296-3136
8815 Research Drive, Irvine, CA 92618
www.mcparlane.com

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BUY THE SEASON PASS!
Who isnt trying to save a buck these days?
But, act quickly to reap the full benefits!
Are you always forgetting to make your meeting reservation?
Do you hate standing in long check-in lines?
Are you planning to attend at least 7 meetings this coming year?
Make this year THE YEAR that you finally make your life
simpler with an Orange Empire Season Pass!
Your Board of Governors has once again authorized the offering of a Season Pass to our meetings for 20162017. There is only one catch. To maximize the savings, the pass must be purchased no later than October
24, 2016 (no credit for September meeting cost if purchased in October). You can even do it online!
The price is only $320.00! This includes all of our regular meetings at the Holiday Inn ($40-$45 each) as well
as all of our special meetings throughout the year. This includes the December 13th Holiday Meeting, our joint
meetings with ASPE and the San Diego Chapter, as well as the Installation Dinner on May 23rd!
The cost of the latter four events is always higher than our regular meetings. Thats all nine meetings included
with one season pass!
To get a Season Pass, simply indicate your intentions with your advanced reservations online or at check-in for
the September 22nd meeting while bringing your $320.00. One checkdone paid up for the ENTIRE YEAR!
Assuming you plan to attend all nine meetings, the Season Pass cost averages to less than $36 per meeting!
Thereafter, just register in advance online stating your meal choice and that you will pay at the door. Then, let
Carlon Haywood know at the door that youve arrived the night of the meeting to receive your meal ticket.
But wait! Theres more! If you have an aversion to long term commit-ments, your pass is even transferable to a
friend or colleague for an evening that you miss!
Beyond supporting your Chapter, convenience alone should tempt you to consider a season pass. So, why
not take the step now to eliminate one uncertainty from your life Buying a Season Pass locks in a genuine
bargain! Steve Rawski

TO ORDER A SEASON PASS, PLEASE PLACE YOUR ORDER HERE

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CHAPTER OFFICERS
President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Eric Decker
President-Elect. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kenneth Golovko
Vice President. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Derrick Wyka
Treasurer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Greg Glover
Secretary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carlon Haywood

BOARD OF GOVERNORS
Craig F. Hofferber
Stephen J. Rawski, P.E.
John Sawyer
Matthew Waller, P.E.

CRC DELEGATE

ASHRAE
ORANGE EMPIRE CHAPTER
20162017
PARTIAL ROSTER
SPIEL DEADLINE!!

The October deadline


for articles or ads is

TUESDAY,
OCTOBER 13, 2015!

Eric Decker

CRC ALTERNATE
Kenneth Golovko

September 27, 2016


Meeting Location Map

HAVE YOU
PAID YOUR
MEMBERSHIP DUES?
We appreciate members
paying their chapter dues at
the same time they renew
their Society membership.
If you havent paid your
dues yet, please be sure to
stop by the reception desk
at the next Chapter meeting
and we can accept your
dues directly.
Thank you!

COMMITTEES AND CHAIRPERSONS


Attendance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carlon Haywood
Electronic Communications. . . . . David Yancosky
Golf Tournament. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dan Davitt
GGAC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michael Garabedian
Historian. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Craig F. Hofferber
Membership Promotion. . . . . . . . . . . . Jeff Hanzel
Newsletter Editor. . . . . . . . . . . . Robert Hagstrom
Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Derrick Wyka
Refrigeration. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David Yancosky
Research Promotion. . . . . . . . . . . . . John Sawyer
Student Activities. . . . . . . . . . . Margaret Peterson
Table Top Displays. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Greg Glover
Webmaster/Homepage Editor. . David Yancosky
YEA Chair. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Charlotte Wan Dean

MENU
(1) CHICKEN PARMIGIANA
Chefs Choice Salad, Breaded
Chicken Breast, Fettuccine
Pasta with Marinara Sauce,
Grilled Vegetables, Garlic Bread
OR
Vegetarian Option
(2) CHEFS CHOICE
_
Both entrees include Chefs
Choice Dessert, Warm Dinner
Rolls and Butter, Iced Tea,
Gourmet or Decaf Coffee

PLEASE RSVP FOR THE SEPTEMBER 27 MEETING


by Thursday, September 22, 2016 at noon, Cancellations by Monday, September 26, 2016 at noon
(non-cancellations will be billed)
Carlon Haywood c/o Setpoint Systems Corporation
Phone (949) 396-4713 Fax (949) 251-0787 E-mail: chaywood@setpointsystems.com
ASHRAE member w/Reservation: q $40.00 | NON-Member/Member at the Door: q $45.00 | STUDENTS: q $10.00
Menu Choice:
1. q 2.

q Company:
1. q 2. q Telephone:
1. q 2. q E-mail:

Name(s):

To be removed from our e-mail list, please notify Chris Tindall at (949) 296-3136 or email ctindall@mcparlane.com
or Steve Rawski at e-mail srawski@semprautilities.com.
PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT THE RESERVATION LINE TO REMOVE YOUR FAX NUMBER FROM OUR LIST

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WINTER/SPRING
2016/17 SCHEDULE
MEETING LOCATION:

HOLIDAY INN
2726 S. Grand Avenue
Santa Ana, CA 92705
Statements made in this
publication are not the
expressions of the Society
or of the Orange Empire
Chapter and may not
be reproduced without
special permission of the
Orange Empire Chapter.
The Orange Spiel is
not responsible for the
accuracy of the technical
articles.

SEPTEMBER 27, 2016


Dinner: Arena Ventilation
Theme: Membership Appreciation
Place:
Holiday Inn
OCTOBER 25, 2016
Technical: TBD
Dinner: TBD
Theme: Joint Meeting with ASPE
Place:
Holiday Inn
NOVEMBER 15, 2016
Technical: TBD
Dinner: TBD
Theme: SMACNA Night
Place:
Holliday Inn
DECEMBER 13, 2016
Dinner: TBD
Theme: Joint Meeting with LA Chapter
Place:
SoCal Gas ERC, Downey
JANUARY 17, 2017
Dinner: TBD
Theme: Refrigeration and Membership Night
Place: TBD

FEBRUARY 28, 2017


Technical: TBD
Dinner: TBD
Theme: Research and Past Presidents
Night
Place: TBD

MARCH28, 2017
Dinner: TBD
Theme: Joint Meeting with San Diego,

Hosted by Orange County Chapter
Place: TBD

APRIL 25, 2017


Technical: TBD
Dinner: TBD
Theme: Student Night
Place:
Holiday Inn
MAY 23, 2017
Theme: Officer and Board Installation and

Golf Tournament
Place: TBD

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Orange Empire ASHRAE


P.O. Box 15603
Santa Ana, CA 92735

MEETING SUMMARY:
TUESDAY,
SEPTEMBER 27, 2016
DINNER PROGRAM
Arena Ventilation
by Ken Golovko

NO TECHNICAL SESSION

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