Top 10 Energy Conservation
Opportunities: Reduced Flow Hoods to Fuel Cells
P.E., Affiliated Engineers SE, Inc.
Joseph Limpert, P.E. and principal at Affiliated Engineers SE,
Inc. in Gainesville, FL, uses his extensive experience in the engineering
design of mechanical systems for institutional and corporate research
facilities in presenting the top energy-conserving opportunities
for research laboratories.
During this session Limpert will present methods to implement with
a current system, additions to a current system, services for analysis,
and new technology for improved efficiency. Presentation will address
important issues and specific examples for each alternative, implementation
steps, present design and testing requirements along with projected
changes, and current and future trends for the industry.
Joseph A. Limpert, P.E. has been employed by Affiliated Engineers,
Inc. for 14 years and has become a Managing Principal and Market
Leader for the Research and Development group in our Gainesville,
Florida office. He was responsible for over a quarter of a billion
dollars in R&D construction projects during the year of 2000.
With over 15 years experience in mechanical design and building
construction, Mr. Limpert has a well-rounded knowledge of the challenges
multi-discipline integration affords in performing a complete building
design. Mr. Limpert graduated from University of Florida in 1985
with a Bachelor's of Science in Mechanical Engineering. He has been
a Registered Professional Mechanical Engineer since 1992. Joe is
an active member of the American Societies of Mechanical Engineers,
Pharmaceutical Engineers, and Heating, Refrigerating & Air Conditioning
Joe has developed the special capability of programming and planning
the mechanical and electrical systems for research facilities and
translating the program requirements into system designs. Joe is
currently designing laboratories for NASA John F. Kennedy Space
Center, University of Florida, University of South Florida, and
Florida State University. He is remarkable in designing specialized
designs to improve system control, flexibility, and economy. Mr.
Limpert has lectured at several recent seminars addressing sophisticated
laboratory facility design.