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The Squirrel CageAlamo ASHRAEMarch 2019Alamo ASHRAE,Happy Spring Break ( less traffic)! Unhappy Lost Hour of Sleep!Please join us this Thursday evening as we welcome the National ASHRAE President, Sheila Hayter. Mrs. Hayter is a Senior Engineer with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and was recently recognized by ES Magazine as one of 20 to Watch:Women in HVAC. She will present her presidential address, “Building Our New Energy Future – What Building ProfessionalsNeed to Know about Changes Coming to the Electricity Sector”. Please invite your electrical colleagues, clients, and any othersINSIDE THIS ISSUE:President’s MessageOfficer’s DirectoryUpcoming EventsPicturesMeeting AttendanceEvent FlyersBefore studyingengineering, if someoneasked me what 1 1 is, Iwould have said “2.”Now, I’d say “I’m prettysure it’s 2, but we’dbetter make it 3 just tobe safe.”who would appreciate hearing more about our energy future. The event will beheld at UTSA from 5:30 to 6:30. A map of the campus showing where to park andwhere the event will be held is attached.We will have our regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, March 19th, at the AlamoDrafthouse North Park. Steven Lipe with Oslin Nation will be our presenter. Thetopic for this meeting will be Pumping Considerations. This is another great topicfor young designers and engineers (and old ones, too). In April, our topic will be lifesafety dampers, followed by a presentation on commissioning in May. We’ll wrapup this ASHRAE year with our annual ethics meeting in June.We still have room for a few more teams at our annual golf tournament on March28, at Canyon Springs Golf Club. Sponsorship opportunities are still available, too.Join us bright and early for some breakfast tacos before the shotgun start at 8:00.Please remember that this is one of our two big fundraisers for the year. The money you donate supports our Alamo Chapter, scholarships for local engineering students, and national ASHRAE research. See the attached flyer for more information.The annual CRC for Region VIII is right around the corner. This year’s conferencewill be held in Cancun at the Iberostar All-Inclusive Resort. The conference will beheld April 11 through April 13. The meeting schedule is attached. Hope to see youthere!Regards,Rick McHugh, P.E.1

DIRECTORYOfficersPresidentRick McHughRickMcHugh@eeace.comChapter Technology TransferChelsea Moussounicmoussouni@halff.comPresident-ElectFrank el Laymanmikel@mechreps.comSecretaryJohn Ferencak210-870-9954jferencak@halff.comMembership PromotionMason Hallmhall@unifyes.comTreasurerMadison Board of GovernorsChristopher Rey Gutierrez210-269-4827reyguti@sbcglobal.netMichael Laymanmikel@mechreps.comTravis McLeod210-826-6392tmcleod@silbereng.comCommittee ChairsWebsite EditorEmily frigeration ChairRey Gutierrez210-269-4827reyguti@sbcglobal.netResearch PromotionJohn Ferencak210-870-9954jferencak@halff.comNewsletter EditorEmily A—Young EngineersTaylor RosetRose@Halff.comSTEMClint t ActivitiesCasey Bordelon210-517-5514Casey.Bordelon@jci.com2

CALENDAR14MARCHCHAPTER MEETING@ Alamo Drafthouse North ParkTopic: Pumping Considerations presented by StevenLipe and Oslin Nation28MARCH2019 Region VIII CRCCancunSee meeting schedule attached.Special MeetingHosting National ASHRAEpresident, Sheila Hayter.See flyer and map attached.19MARCHANNUAL GOLF CLASSIC@ Canyon Springs Golf ClubBenefiting ASHRAE Research& Scholarships!11-13APRIL3


MEETING ATTENDANCEFebruary 2019Jeff NeumannRick McHughUriel MelendezGerald LampingMauricio MelgarCliff TilburySteven StringfieldJon HermannBruce SmithFelipe ReynaAndres SobrevillaDerek BrownEmmanuel AyalaJohn DelgadoMikaela MyrinVamos DrowryZachary DanielsonShibly AbughazalehJohn WeemsHerbert OdhiamboJohn FreundRichard SkinnerTracey JumperEdward GarciaBill CookSamuel BishopEric HernandezDenise OwtiverosKenn CoonJake MeadChelsea MoussouniMichelle Longsworth5

COME SEEASHRAE PRESIDENTSHEILA HAYTERTHURSDAY, MARCH 14Building Our New Energy FutureWhat Building Professionals Need to Know about ChangesComing to the Energy Sector5:30 PM - 6:30 PMUTSA - Biotechnology, Sciences, and EngineeringROOM# BSE 2.1026

Sheila was recently recognized by ES Magazine as one of 20 to Watch:Women in HVAC. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Kansas State University and a Master of Sciencedegree in Mechanical Engineering from University of Colorado-Boulder.She is a P.E. in the state of Colorado and is currently a Senior Engineer atNational Renewable Energy Laboratory. Sheila has held many ASHRAEpositions and is the current ASHRAE President. With her vast experience she is focusing on ways to bridge from our energy past to the energy future which connects buildings, energy, and the environment.Come learn from one of the best!7

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Golf Tournament Entry InformationANNUAL GOLF CLASSIC 2019Benefitting ASHRAE Research & ScholarshipsThursday - March 28, 2019LocationCanyon Springs Golf Club24405 Wilderness Oak San Antonio TX 78260Format4 Person ScrambleCheck-in and BreakfastBeginning at 7:00 AMLocation: The Canyon Springs PavilionTee Off Time8:00 AM Shot Gun StartAwards Ceremony and LunchBeginning Immediately after play concludesLocation: The Canyon Springs PavilionEntry Fee 150 Per Player (Early Bird) 175 Per Player (After 2/16/2019)Player NameCompanyPhone #Email1.2.3.4.* Make player entry fee checks payable to:Alamo ASHRAE Chapter (or pay via CC, with 3% fee)* Pre-Pay for Mulligans: 15 each (Max 1 Mulligan per Player)* Pre-Pay for the General Raffle Tickets: 10 each (or 3 for 25)* Mail entry form with check to:Madison BryerMadison.Bryer@TexasAirSystems.comC/O TASPhone: 210-896-37801211 Arion Pkwy, Suite 100San Antonio, TX 78216Enter as an entire team, partial team, or individual (The golf committee will form teams from partial teams) Limited to the first 144 players. Player entries due by March 22nd to play. We anticipate this event to reach maximum capacity quickly. Registration will be ‘first come, first served.’ Call or email for details on sponsorship opportunities. Open to all engineers, owners, contractors, manufacturers and reps, wholesalers, clients and associates, industry friends,and all avid golfers!Alamo ASHRAE ChapterAmerican Society of Heating, Refrigeration, & Air-Conditioning Engineers

Annual Golf Classic 2019 - Sponsorship OpportunitiesFLAGSHIPSponsorship 1,000Flagship Sponsorship: Entry for FOUR golfers to the tournament ( 700 value) Sponsorship highlighted in the Squirrel Cage ASHRAE Newsletter Company logo displayed on the Golf Sponsorship BannerLimited to ONE - Breakfast Sponsorship:BREAKFASTSponsorship 1,200 One round of golf at Canyon Springs Golf Course for 2 peopleSponsorship highlighted in the Squirrel Cage ASHRAE NewsletterEncouraged to give away koozies, drink tickets, cigars, golf balls, etc.Company logo displayed on the Golf Sponsorship BannerLimited to ONE - Lunch Sponsorship:LUNCHSponsorship 1,200 One round of golf at Canyon Springs Golf Course for 2 peopleSponsorship highlighted in the Squirrel Cage ASHRAE NewsletterEncouraged to give away koozies, drink tickets, cigars, golf balls, etc.Company logo displayed on the Golf Sponsorship BannerLimited to ONE – Margarita Cross Roads Sponsorship Includes:MARGARITACross Roads 1,500 You will have two opportunities to interact with & provide frozen margaritas to all playersExclusive access to the most desirable location on the golf courseSponsorship highlighted in the Squirrel Cage ASHRAE NewsletterCompany logo displayed on the Golf Sponsorship BannerYour company logo displayed on a sign at the rangeLimited to TWO - Beer Train Sponsorship:BEER TRAINSponsorship 750 Dedicated golf cart that will follow beverage cart with opportunity to meet & greet EVERY playerEntry of One golfer to tournament ( 175 Value)Sponsorship highlighted in the Squirrel Cage ASHRAE NewsletterEncouraged to give away koozies, drink tickets, cigars, etc. (NOT required to provide beer for players).Company logo displayed on the Golf Sponsorship Banner

Annual Golf Classic 2019 - Sponsorship OpportunitiesBEVERAGESponsorship 500RAFFLEGOLDSponsorship 500RAFFLESILVERSponsorship 350Beverage Sponsorships: Sponsorship recognition in the Squirrel Cage ASHRAE Newsletter Company recognition at Awards Ceremony Company logo displayed on the Golf Sponsorship BannerGold Raffle Prize Sponsorships: Sponsorship recognition in the Squirrel Cage ASHRAE NewsletterCompany recognition upon giveaway at Awards CeremonyDonations always accepted for giveawaySilver Raffle Prize Sponsorships: Sponsorship recognition in the Squirrel Cage ASHRAE NewsletterCompany recognition upon giveaway at Awards CeremonyDonations always accepted for giveawayHole Sponsorships:HoleSponsorship 400 Sponsorship recognized in the Squirrel Cage ASHRAE NewsletterCompany logo displayed on the Golf Sponsorship BannerYour company logo displayed on a sign at tee boxCompany name displayed on the GPS system on every cart while the cart is at corresponding hole

Annual Golf Classic 2019 - Sponsorship OpportunitiesAlamo ASHRAE Sponsorship InvoiceCompany Name:Please select one of the following:⃝ Flagship 1,000⃝ Breakfast 1,200⃝ Margarita 1,500⃝ Beer Train 750⃝ Beverage 500⃝ Raffle Gold 500⃝ Raffle Silver 350⃝ Hole 400⃝ Give-Away Donation⃝ Raffle Tickets 3/ 25 – Qty:⃝ Raffle Tickets 1/ 10 – Qty:Raffle: We’ll have a well-stocked raffle with clubs, wedges, putters, bags, clothing, balls, rounds of golf, etc.You won’t be disappointed!ContactPhone #Email* Make Sponsorship checks payable to: Alamo ASHRAE Chapter (or pay via CC online, 3% fee)* Mail entry form with check to: Madison BryerMadison.Bryer@TexasAirSystems.comC/O TASPhone: 210-896-37801211 Arion Pkwy, Suite 100San Antonio, TX 78216 Sponsorship/Donation Forms & payments due March 1st. Sponsorships will be given on a first come, first serve basis. Please email Company Name and Logo (if logo is available) in PDF format for print materials by March 1st.


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