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Get ready to maximize your buildings' performance

Join us Sept. 21-23 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis for the Optimum Buildings Conference. Produced and managed by HPAC Engineering, the Optimum Buildings Conference is dedicated to maximizing the performance of building mechanical and automation systems though superior design, product specification, operation, and maintenance. Part of HVACR Week 2011, it is an opportunity to learn from cutting-edge practitioners, network with fellow buildings professionals, and discover the latest offerings from leading manufacturers and service providers. To register for the conference, view the list of speakers and seminars, and learn more about the special events that will be a part of HVACR Week 2011, visit http://hpac.com/optimumbuildconference.

Submit your nominations for our Engineer of the Year Award

HPAC Engineering is pleased to be accepting nominations for its inaugural Engineer of the Year Award. This award will honor a mechanical or professional engineer engaged in HVACR or building automation. We are looking for engineers who have made significant contributions to their company and customers, the HVACR industry, and their communities. For more details or to submit a nomination, contact Editorial Director Mike Weil at 216-931-9433 or [email protected]. Additional information and nomination forms are available at www.bit.ly/EofYAward.


HPAC Engineering is pleased to introduce the newest member of its electronic newsletters: Networked Controls Plus. Issued once a month, Networked Controls Plus offers insights, commentary, and technology updates on building-automation and control systems. It joins Fastrack, which twice each month reports timely developments in the fields of HVAC engineering, engineered plumbing, and green buildings, and Engineering Green Buildings, which each month features information on incorporating green-building solutions and ideas for promoting a greener future.

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