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April 11 - Ongoing Commissioning: Getting the most from your building data through Analytics

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This Ongoing Commissioning (OCx) Provider and Technology Solutions Provider panel will share how to best leverage the evolving landscape of technology solutions that support fault detection, analytics, and monitoring-based commissioning approaches supporting OCx projects. In addition, the panel members, through their case studies, will discuss best practices and lessons learned on how to align technology solutions to owner project requirements, and specifically how to use a Diagnostic Plan to design, engineer, and apply OCx analytics to track and monitor building system-specific performance in alignment with the Current Facility Requirements.


  • Kelsey Leslie, PE

    Kelsey Leslie is a mechanical engineer specializing in the full range of commissioning services for Paladin, 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.

  • Nifoghale (Niffy) Ovuworie - McKinstry

  • Annie Wesolek - Bernhard

  • Vince van Oostenbrugge, CCP

    Vince has extensive commissioning and project management experience that builds upon his background in HVAC design. His diverse industry experience includes hospitals and healthcare facilities, universities, laboratories, correctional facilities, water reclamation and manufacturing.

    While at ETC Group, Vince oversees the commissioning group projects and team members to ensure consistency with industry standards and compliance. He also commissions HVAC systems to watch for and identify key issues through initial design reviews. While onsite he performs troubleshooting inspections with a keen eye to support energy savings and operational opportunities. His work has been in both new building commissioning and retro-commissioning systems within healthcare, laboratories, higher education and correctional facilities.

    The areas include the likes of operating room suites, bone marrow transplant suites and patient care as well as office suites, laboratory and housing quarters. Behind the scenes, Vince commissions air handling units and system, central plants and domestic water systems.

    On commissioning projects, Vince employs industry standards and best practices to effectively represent the needs of building owners and occupants. He has built a proven track record of successfully meeting strict regulations for HVAC systems in a variety of environments. Having worked on LEED projects, Vince supports high performance building standards and strategies for improving operation and energy savings. Along with the commissioning projects, Vince assisted with implementing standard operating procedures and compliance, complete with preventative maintenance programs.

    Prior to working at ETC Group, Vince was a key member of design teams at Grumman/Butkus Associates. At Grumman/Butkus, he conducted airflow studies, and developed troubleshooting strategies for HVAC equipment to develop a capital replacement plan. As part of the design team, he was involved with both airside and water side designs. This included performing analysis reviews of existing systems, HVAC calculations, identified deficiencies and a design to remediate.

    Vince is also familiar with operation and maintenance of high-pressure steam boilers and related systems, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, air compressors, refrigeration along with process related equipment.

April 11, 2022
Mon 10:00 AM PDT

Duration 1H 0M

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