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We are very excited to have Kyle Elderhorst, Associate – Michael Green Architects present at our April 11, 2019 luncheon. With a passion for wood construction and prefabrication, he will be discussing the demand for mass timber and where he believes the industry is headed. 

After leading Facilities Services as the Development Director since 2008, Larry Waddell has spent the past year as the university’s chief facilities officer. With a strong professional history in both post-secondary and health care sectors Waddell has targeted key projects to improve the aging campus. With an ambitious five year plan already underway, Waddell is poised to create valuable progress across SFU. Larry Waddell will take over as SFU Facilities Services’ new director of facilities development in January 2008. Waddell has an MBA from McMaster University and an extensive background in facility planning and management in the B.C. healthcare system, including University Hospital and most recently at Vancouver Community College. Waddell’s responsibilities will include major projects and campus planning activities for all three campuses. His appointment coincides with a realignment of functions within the Facilities Services portfolio that will see three units reporting to the Chief Facilities Officer/University Architect: •    Facilities Operations (formerly Facilities Management) •    Facilities Administration (formerly Business Services) •    Facilities Development (formerly Campus Planning and Development). Associated with this realignment is the development of a Project Services unit within Facilities Operations, focused on renovation of existing campus facilities in order to improve delivery of time sensitive projects. The implementation of a Facilities Administration Unit is in recognition of the increasing need for data systems, financial reporting, and property management for close to $2 billion in SFU facility assets.

ASHRAE 90.1 – 2010 has significant changes including mandatory lighting
controls such as dimming, sensors, and mandatory commissioning requirements.
This requires a new approach to Architectural and Interior Design for
projects to ensure compliance with the new code. For example, atriums
require mandatory daylight harvesting control for all luminaires.
Renovations also require compliance with the code

Presenter:
Sunny Ghataurah, P.Eng., P.E., CTS®, LEED AP BD+C
Director, Applied Engineering Solutions Ltd.

Sunny has 20 years of experience in the design and construction of
electrical, lighting, and low tension systems.

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