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Best Practices for Ongoing Commissioning - the What, Why, and How of Our Profession's Most Innovative Commissioning Solution

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Contributors

  • Jesse Sycuro, PE, CEM, CCP

    Jesse Sycuro has served as Director-at-Large, Conference Committee Chair, co-author of the Ongoing Commissioning Best Practices, and now as the BCxA IBOD Treasurer. Jesse is the Operations Director for McKinstry’s National Technical Services team, leading asset management, building commissioning, and energy efficiency projects across country. Having commissioned new and existing buildings, managed smart building solutions for ongoing commissioning solutions, and having led maintenance and operations teams, Jesse leverages his experience to work with clients to find innovative solutions that maximize the efficiency of the built environment while reducing lifecycle costs. He is a U.S. Navy veteran, with experience managing nuclear power plant maintenance and operations.

  • Janelle Griffin, PE, CCP

    Janelle Griffin leads the Operations group at RTI International where she is responsible for the operation and monitoring of MEP systems at the 1 million square foot research campus. She utilizes her background in engineering and commissioning to lead continued improvements in building performance, reliability, safety, and energy efficiency. Prior to RTI she was a commissioning project manager at Dewberry for 5 years. Her experience includes new and existing building commissioning, and energy modeling for healthcare, classroom, office, museum, laboratory, military, and dormitory facilities. She believes that project delivery can be improved by bridging gaps in communication and knowledge across project teams, resulting in high performing buildings. Experience of note includes: RTI Campus BAS Replacement, Pentagon Chiller Plant Integrity Study and Long-Term Plan, retro-commissioning at MacDill Air Force Base and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, commissioning Veteran’s Affairs Outpatient Clinics, the Regional Medical Center, as well as various state government and higher education facilities. Ms. Griffin received a BS in Architectural Engineering and Civil Engineering from the University of Miami and a MS at NC State University where she focused on energy conservation in early building design and environmental sustainability.

  • Kelsey Leslie, PE

    Kelsey Leslie is a mechanical engineer specializing in the full range of commissioning services for Paladin, Inc.in Lexington, Kentucky. She began her commissioning career specializing in K‐12 schools before expanding her experience portfolio to include local and state government, commercial, and secondary education facilities. Whether she’s supporting new building owners with preventive maintenance protocol or implementing M&V plans, she is an advocate for data‐driven collaborative solutions. Kelsey holds a degree in mechanical engineering from Lipscomb University in Nashville, TN and a certification in Tridium Niagara programming. She has previously spoken at the 2018 BCxA Annual Conference and 2019 ASHRAE Annual Conference on Enterprise Building Automation System solutions.

August 24, 2020
Mon 8:00 AM PDT

Duration 1H 0M

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