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AMFP NYC - "A Deeper Dive into LL 97 and the Impact on Healthcare Facilities"

When:
Thursday, May 19, 2022, 12:00 PM until 1:30 PM
Where:
Virtual

Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Andrew J Weinberg
5162403316 (p)
Category:
AMFP NYC
Registration is required before Wednesday, May 18, 2022 at 11:59 PM
Payment In Full In Advance Only
No Fee
$25.00
$25.00
An AMFP NYC Chapter Event

Agenda:
12:00-12:30 PM Virtual Networking Breakout Rooms
12:30-1:30 PM Panel Discussion

Program description:

LL97 compliance for healthcare institutions is unlike other sectors in NYC, with 24/7, critical/ patient care facilities have significant energy demands. Optimization of energy use, Decarbonization & Electrification present extraordinary challenges to hospitals given the LL97 regulations and timeline. Listen to Healthcare and NYC industry leaders present chief concerns and targeted solutions advantageous to NYC’s healthcare sector.

Moderator:
-Michael Gentile, PE, CEM, Project Manager, Capital Projects, Northwell Health

Panelists:
-John Bartlik, PE, Senior Director of Energy Management, NYU Langone Health
-Reed Berinato, PE, CEM
, Partner, Enica Engineering
-Anica Landreneau
, Senior Principal, Global Director of Sustainable Design, HOK
-Tom McGovern
, CEO, Geatain Engineering
-Gina Semerad, HFDP
, Senior Associate (HVAC), Jaros, Baum & Bolles (JB&B)
-Jared Trumpetto
, Section Manager; Distribution Planning, Market Development & Integration, Con Edison

More coming soon.

Registration:
Members:  FREE
Nonmembers:  $25.00

You can JOIN FIRST for just $195 annual membership, and then register for FREE! Join here: https://www.amfp.info/content.aspx?page_id=60&club_id=513573

Speaker Bios:

Reed Berinato co-founded Enica Engineering over a decade ago with a mission to leverage automation systems for owners and operators. Working with hospitals, higher-education, life sciences and other critical environments, Mr. Berinato and his company bring building automation to the forefront of projects to maximize their impact on efficiency, reliability, and operability. A second company he co-founded, Virtual Facility, Inc., uses SaaS integrated to building automation and CMMS systems to expedite human response to emergency events. Mr. Berinato now imparts the state-of-the-art from the software industry into the building automation projects Enica works on. The direct impact building automation has on Energy consumption is what brings him to this panel.

John Bartlik holds a Bachelor of Engineering in mechanical engineering from Manhattan College. He has 35 years of experience in engineering, commissioning, HVAC, building automation, and energy efficiency. Mr. Bartlik now works for NYU Langone Health as the Senior Director of Energy Management where he is responsible for the energy and sustainability programs, the engineering and commissioning department, and the HVAC and building automation departments. He is a licensed professional engineer in NY and a member of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) where he holds several energy-related certifications such as Certified Energy Manager, Certified Energy Procurement Professional, Certified Energy Auditor, and Certified Buildings Commissioning Professional. Mr. Bartlik has been voted Energy Manager of the Year by the New York Chapter and Region I of the Association of Energy Engineers. Throughout his career, his dedication to energy conservation has resulted in over 200 million dollars in energy savings.

Michael Gentile is a Project Manager for Northwell Health’s Infrastructure & Engineering team with over four (4) years of experience in the healthcare sector. He is currently part of the Energy Steering Committee, a multi-departmental team that focuses on sustainability. In addition, Mr. Gentile provides engineering support for infrastructure and capital projects throughout the healthcare system. Before coming to Northwell Health, he was an energy engineer for six (6) years working with utility distributed energy resource (DER) programs. Mr. Gentile was responsible for program planning and design, performing feasibility studies of new technologies, and managing the engineering team that reviewed projects in the utility’s pipeline. He is a licensed professional engineer in New York State, with a focus on HVAC design, as well as a Certified Energy Manager.

Anica Landreneau leads HOK’s global sustainable design practice, serving on the firm’s board of directors and design board. Based in Washington, DC, Ms. Landreneau manages the successful development and implementation of sustainability strategies on local and worldwide projects, working with both public and private sectors clients on regional, campus, portfolio and building scale projects, including existing building stock. She serves locally on the Green and Energy Codes TAG, is on the Mayor’s Green Building Advisory Council and co-chairs the Building Energy Performance Standard Task Force. Ms. Landreneau also serves on the national USGBC LEED Advisory Committee, IECC 2024 Code Development Committee and Consultative Council for the National Institute for Building Sciences. She is a Senior Fellow of the New Buildings Institute and a member of the AIA’s 2021 Board Government Advocacy Committee.

Ms. Landreneau previously served on the AIA Blue Ribbon Panel on Codes, coauthoring Disruption, Evolution, and Change: AIA’s Vision for the Future of Design and Construction. With the U.S. General Services Administration, she coauthored The New Sustainable Frontier: Principles of Sustainable Development. Ms. Landreneau’s testimony before Congress and policy recommendations were included in the Majority Staff Report, Solving the Climate Crisis: The Congressional Action Plan for a Clean Energy Economy and a Healthy, Resilient, and Just America.

Gina Semerad, since joining JB&B in 2008, has worked on the design of multiple large-scale projects in New York City, with a focus on medical facilities, laboratories, and other technically complex spaces. She has taken a special interest in the impact of HVAC design on infection control. Ms. Semerad’s experience on multiple specialty projects has helped her evolve into a healthcare subject matter expert and technical resource for the firm. As a leader of JB&B’s Healthcare Community of Practice, she is involved in the internal design review process for numerous healthcare institutions and provides insight into their needs and trends. Ms. Semerad has worked on multiple projects utilizing computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis of air flow distribution in existing operating and procedure rooms toward improved patient and healthcare provider safety. She has also helped develop creative solutions during the COVID-19 efforts for numerous large NYC hospitals.

Ms. Semerad earned her Bachelor of Engineering degree in Mechanical Engineering and Master of Engineering in Systems Engineering from the Stevens Institute of Technology. She is currently serving on NYC’s Local Law 97 Hospitals Working Group, focusing on the unique energy demands of healthcare facilities and recommended solutions energy and carbon emissions reduction. Ms. Semerad is an ASHRAE member, a certified ASHRAE Healthcare Facilities Design Professional, is currently a Provisional Corresponding Member of the ASHRAE Healthcare Technical Committee, and part of the Research and Handbook subcommittees.

Jared Trumpetto has over 10 years of experience in the energy industry. In his current role at Con Edison, he is responsible for the implementation and management of distribution grid tools and policy related to grid modernization, electrification, the distributed system platform and de-carbonization efforts. Over Mr. Trumpetto's career he has worked throughout distribution and transmission planning and operations in areas such as distribution system control centers, bulk electric system operations, and quality assurance and compliance.

More coming soon.