Join us on May 23rd with Brian Callaway for an update on Durham Schools Energy Projects.
Does this picture remind you of the elementary school you attended? The learning environment can definitely be improved while conserving energy. Durham Public Schools has recently embarked on two district-wide energy initiatives that have been transforming the learning environment: the upgrade of building automation systems to the newly released Tridium Niagara 4 platform and the replacement of fluorescent lighting with new “smart” LED lighting technologies that feature wireless sensing, dimming and customized programming. Join us at Glenn Elementary, where both initiatives have been implemented, for a show-and-tell discussion of energy investments recently made and more that are in the pipeline. Durham Public Schools operates a highly decentralized network of over 50 schools and administrative sites with a building stock of nearly 6-million square feet across Durham County. In order to complete these projects, DPS has leaned on numerous firms that involve a significant collection of local AEE chapter members including Brady, CMS, Dewberry, ECS, Integrity Services Group, Mayer Electric, MBP and PDC.
About Brian Callaway:
Brian studied Agricultural Engineering at the University of Florida and arrived to the Triangle nearly 10 years ago to pursue a Master’s in City and Regional Planning. During graduate school Brian began work with the Town of Chapel Hill, where he stayed for 5 years to initiate an energy management program and serve as the Town’s first Energy Management Specialist. Following about a year as an energy analyst with the energy tech startup company PlotWatt in Durham, Brian returned to the public sector to again start an energy management program, this time with Durham Public Schools.
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Tuesday, May 23, 2017
Glenn Elementary School
2415 E Geer St,
Durham, NC 27704
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NCAEE Members and Friends
No cost for attendees
Glenn Elementary School is located off I-85 on the east side of Durham
- From Raleigh take US-70 West, take exit 285 follow signs for Interstate 85 N/U.S. 15 N/Henderson/Petersburg and merge onto I-85 N/US-15 N
- Take Exit 180 Glenn School Road, exit Right. Stay on Glenn School Rd for approx 1/2 mile
- Take a left on E. Geer Street
- Your destination will be on the left.
If lost, call Phil Korest cell phone 919-627-5982