Michael Calabrese Discussing Temple Medical School’s Steam Distribution System Replacement at IDEA
On Wednesday, February 10 at 2:30 pm, Michael Calabrese will present “Surgical Repairs to Temple University Medical School’s Ailing Steam Distribution System” at the 2016 IDEA Campus Energy Conference in Austin, Texas.
Temple University’s Health Science Campus (HSC) is a hub of academic, clinical and research activities. Home to Schools of Medicine, Pharmacy, Dentistry, and Public Health, this nationally-ranked 721-bed teaching hospital and Level 1 Trauma Center presented some unique challenges associated with a complete underground steam pipe infrastructure replacement. In his presentation, Mike will explain how this steam distribution upgrade enhanced system reliability and flexibility, while reducing water consumption, steam load, and associated energy costs.
Michael has 15 years of experience in the design of thermal plants, district energy distribution, renewable energy, combined heat and power, and building systems for large higher education, industrial, and municipal campuses and facilities. A Certified Energy Manager and LEED accredited professional, Mike has helped his clients reduce energy consumption, increase system efficiency, and extend and/or improve campus infrastructure. He is an active industry professional, serving on the Board of Governors for the Philadelphia Chapter of ASHRAE, and serves on several ASHRAE Technical Committee’s formulating industry standards and recommendations.
To learn more about 2016 IDEA Campus Energy Conference visit www.ideacampus2016.org.