Is a geothermal retrofit right for your building? Learn more at CES Symposium

Has your building’s HVAC system reached the end of its useful life? Could a geothermal HVAC system be an option for your existing building?

Cleveland Engineering Society logoEvan Hammersmith, PE, LEED AP BD+C, will discuss “Geothermal Retrofitting: New Ideas for Old Buildings” on December 18 at the Cleveland Engineering Society’s Symposium on Emerging Trends in Energy. The Symposium will be held at the NEORSD Environmental and Maintenance Services Center in Cuyahoga Heights, Ohio.

Over the past 30 years, geothermal HVAC systems have become a reliable and efficient way to heat and cool commercial and residential buildings. At Evan’s seminar, you will learn:

  • The basics of how a geothermal heat pump system works
  • How geothermal is environmentally sustainable
  • Important considerations for determining if geothermal can be adapted to your existing building
  • What you can expect in terms of design, construction, and operations and maintenance

If you’re largely unfamiliar with the benefits of geothermal, or if you’re considering geothermal as a possible replacement system for your facility, this seminar will give you some fresh insight.

Register today.

About Evan

Evan HammersmithEvan J. Hammersmith, PE, LEED AP BD+C, is a Senior Mechanical Engineer for Karpinski Engineering. He earned a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Cincinnati in 2003 and is a Certified Geoexchange Designer.

Evan provides mechanical design leadership for education, religious, library, and commercial projects. He has specialized experience with high-efficiency HVAC design, and has contributed to numerous LEED projects. Evan’s mechanical design expertise includes central plant HVAC, geothermal, variable refrigerant flow, and underfloor air distribution.

One of Evan’s goals is to provide efficient HVAC systems that are easy for the owner and operators to use, maintain, and understand.

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