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S610 President's Message
Welcome to the 2016–2017 Ottawa Valley Chapter
. I'd like to start by extending my
sincere thanks to all members of the Board of Governors
(BOG), Executive and the various committees for their
cooperation and tremendous contribution over the 2015–
2016 ASHRAE year. A special thanks to Georges
for his hard work and dedication as President. E-mail: email@example.com
Not only did Georges keep our chapter operating smoothly over the past year, he also
transitioned into his role as Past President all while leaving everything in a great state for me
to easily pick up where he left off. Thanks Georges!
As usual, the 2016–2017 edition of the Ottawa Valley Chapter ASHRAE
season is going to
be exciting and busy. We will continue our regular activities such as monthly program meetings,
YEA events, seminars, student activities, social events, and hopefully a tour and tech session
or two. As Georges so eloquently stated last year, "No President can do this alone, it takes a
great group of volunteers to make it happen". We are always looking for individuals willing to
dedicate their time to ASHRAE, and volunteering for ASHRAE is very rewarding. Please consider
volunteering for one of our committees and do not hesitate to contact myself or any other BOG
member for more details. The wheels are in motion for assembling a great program for the upcoming year, which will
more than likely begin with our first meeting being held off-site, and more of a social outing in
concept. Be on the lookout for the September meeting location and details later this summer.
We are working on securing Restaurant International
at Algonquin College
remainder of the meetings again this year.
I am honoured to be serving you for this upcoming ASHRAE season and we have a tremendous
group of volunteers assembled for next year's committee chairs, BOG and Executive. Much like
yourselves, I'm looking forward to another successful ASHRAE season. We have several
returning committee chairs and members, and of special note this year we have Chris Fudge
joining the Executive as Secretary and Adrianne Mitani moving onto the BOG. We also have a
handful of new committee chairs in Jeremy Strong, Peter Shaw-Wood and Jeff Watson.
Congratulations on your new roles!
The annual Chapter Regional Conference (CRC)
is being hosted by the NB/PEI
this year in Moncton
on August 26 - 28. We will be sending several members to the event,
which will no doubt be rewarding and fun for all those who attend.
The Board, Executive and various committee chairs and members will be working hard behind
the scenes this summer to ensure a quality upcoming ASHRAE season. Enjoy the rest of our
summer, and I look forward to seeing you at our next chapter event!
2016-2017 OVC President
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September 2016 Trivia!
Some of you may remember subject will be "All-Canadian
attending our last trivia quiz - it took Music, News, and Film. Oh, and it
place in the basement of The
might be loud. So be sure to watch
, and the subject was for the September newsletter
the 70's. This happened in and register for what promises to be
September 2010, and it was a good a ripping start to the new ASHRAE
time all round - with great food to OVC
boot! This September, we return to
the same venue, for another quiz -
three years in the making - and the
What You Missed
The seventh meeting of the program Andrew Klassen
to the podium to
year took place at Restaurant
discuss the ASHRAE technology
. This year there were six
. The meeting was called to winners in the Ottawa Valley
order by President Georges Chapter
and awards were presented
shortly before 6:30 PM and by Andrew Klassen and Chris Fudge
attendees were seated.
to the following people:
The business session commenced • Olson Quintero, MMM
with President Georges Maamari • Martin Ma, Jp2G
hard work and presented Past
introducing the Board of Governors • Frank Bann, Goodkey Weedmark
President Georges Maamari with his
and Executive, followed by Daniel (two awards)
pin in recognition of his
introducing the guests for • Robert Lefebvre
the evening. Celine Baribeau
introduced the new members to the President Georges Maamari asked President Abbey Saunders shared
to discuss awards. her ASHRAE story and then thanked
Bob recognized firms that support the board, exec and the volunteers
Maamari their employees in their contribution for their support over the past year.
discussed the technical tour that was to the Ottawa Valley Chapter. Bob President Abbey Saunders also
held at the Shaw Centre
and then presented the annual Student
thanked all past presidents, officers
welcomed Ross McIntyre
to discuss Award
to Calan Kewes
. The next and board members for their help
award presented by Bob was the over the years.
Baker Oakes Award
President Georges Maamari asked presented to Past President
President Abbey Saunders then
to speak about the Roderic Potter
raffled the tickets for the Research
upcoming golf tournament to be held
Promotion draw and the lucky winner
on Tuesday June 21st.
Following the business session, was…President Abbey Saunders!
attendees enjoyed a seated dinner.
President Georges Maamari asked After dinner, the evening program President Abbey Saunders then
to discuss the began with President Georges introduced Krista Durie
current years Research Promotion Maamari introducing the table top Lachance
from Canada Lands
campaign. The campaign was at displays (Longhill Energy
and the Company (CLC)
to present the
approximately 75% of the campaign Master Group
target. Tickets donated by Airtron
redevelopment of the former
were raffled at the meeting.
Maamari Rockliffe Air Base
into the new
announced the upcoming YEA
event Wateridge Village
As the theme was History and Past to be held at Jack Astors
Georges thanked everyone for a great year The speakers from CLC provided an
Maamari asked Aaron Dobson
to and thanked all of the volunteers, overview of the Canada Lands
discuss. Aaron spoke about much of BOG and executive that worked hard Corporation, its people, its projects,
the historical information that is to put together a fantastic year for what it does and how it does it. The
present in our chapter and the OVC. Georges wished Abbey speakers then presented the plan for
Past good luck for the upcoming year and what the future holds for the former
Presidents in attendance at the announced that she has always air base in Rockliffe. The
excelled at everything she has ever presentation included an overview of
done for ASHRAE
some of the challenges faced by the
• 1974-1975 – Rudy Jetzelsperger
development of the approved
• 1982-1983 – Dalton McIntyre
President Georges Maamari then Community Design Plan
• 1985-1986 – Gabriel Laszlo
called upon Bob Kilpatrick to swear in phasing
• 1986-1987 – John Dugan
the new board and executive:
implementation of that design plan.
• 1987-1988 – Simon Jol
Attendees were granted a fascinating
• 1991-1992 – Chris Frauley
• President – Abbey Saunders
look at what is to come of this
• 1993-1994 – Ross McIntyre
• President-Elect – Adam Graham
valuable and historical land in
• 2001-2002 – Frank Bann
• Treasurer – Daniel Redmond
• 2002-2003 – Lan Chi Nguyen Weekes • Secretary – Chris Fudge
• 2004-2005 – Cathy Godin
• Governor – Chris Frauley
Following the presentation, the floor
• 2010-2011 – Christine Kemp
• Governor – Aaron Dobson
was opened up to questions.
• 2012-2013 – Donald Weekes
• Governor – Adam Moons
President Abbey Saunders
• 2013-2014 – Roderic Potter
• Governor – Richard Cameron
• 2014-2015 – Steve Moons
• Governor – Adriane Mitani
presented them each with a gift. The
meeting was adjourned at 9:33 PM.
An Irish inspired Champagne toast President
was had, toasted by Cathy Godin
attendance tonight. President Abbey
President Georges Maamari asked Saunders thanked Georges for his
Stroke Play Tournament
Ladies and Gentlemen,
enjoyable, competitive round of golf.
We are proud to continue the The tournament will be held on
Friday, Sept. 16th, 2016 at Eagle
again this year.
Creek Golf Club
. The registration
will be done on-line, via the link
The intent of this golf tournament is below. Registration will start at
to encourage the fellowship and 9:30am; first tee time will be at
camaraderie that ASHRAE
is known 11:00am. We will assign the
for. To that end, golfers of all abilities participants into foursomes, teeing Please register on-line through the
are welcome to participate. That off in succession. Registrant's final Simple Signup website, link below.
said, we will play the game as per tee times will be dependant on the Participants will be contacted before
RCGA rules in a stroke play format. total number of entrants. We were the tournament to be given their tee
There will be no flights or handicaps able to secure a preferred rate at this time and last minute details. If you
applied, and the lowest score on the course, so your registration fee of have any questions, or need more
day will win. There will be no $85 includes green fees and cart. information, please contact
Mulligans, do-overs, foot-wedges or Space is limited to 28 golfers, first
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Hi YEA Ottawa!
events for next year.
Joe Del a Val e
I hope everyone is having a great I plan to have our first YEA event
, I will send out an
email when details are confirmed.
, I will be attending the
CRC to meet with Region 2, YEA Thank you for your support.
chapter chairs. We will be discussing
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the past year and how to improve Joe Della Valle
The results have been tabulated, and contributions to our ASHRAE
the 2015-2016 Research Promotion Research Campaign
. In addition,
Campaign ended with a bang! For the I'd like to give a special shout out to
second year in a row the Ottawa
this year's RP committee of Georges
was able to surpass Maamari
, Mike Swayne
our $27,000 RP objective
and Bob Kilpatrick
down by Society. In total, together you gentlemen for your help!
Again, thank you for all your
contributions to support ASHRAE
research. As Georges said last year, At the Summer Program meeting, we Research this year. Adam Graham
I cannot say enough about how raffled off RedBlacks home opener will be taking over as RP Chair for the
impressed I am with our chapter's tickets, generously donated by 2016-2017 ASHRAE
year, and I ask
generosity. It goes to show how Airtron. The raffle raised $610 you to please extend your generosity
dedicated our members and local towards our ASHRAE Research next year and help Adam meet the
industry are towards supporting and Campaign, and I (Abbey Saunders
) chapter's next challenge.
, with the added was winner of the tickets. I know
bonus of all the research money what you are thinking, it wasn't Thanks for your continued support of
raised in Canada being reinvested in fixed, check the video and see for ASHRAE Research Canada
yourself that I did not draw my own
I'd like to thank everyone for their
Major Donor Silver
Goodkey Weedmark &
InAir Environmental Ltd.
Walmar Ventilation Products
Major Donor Bronze
Major Donor Antique
Francis HVAC Services Ltd.
C&S Heating Ltd.
JP2G Consultants Inc.
RJ McKee Engineering
TA Morrison & Co Inc.
Optimum Mechanical Solutions Adam Graham
J.L. Richards & Associates
Aerodynamics & Associates
ProEng Consulting Inc.
TP Crawford Limited
Hugh Williamson & Associates
SCH Control Systems
X-L-Air Energy Services Ltd
Kanata Air Balancing
ASHRAE Golf Tournament
A big Thank You
goes out to all offered great support.
volunteered in the 2016 ASHRAE
I would also like to thank all the
. The staff at The
companies that participated in this
Special Events Chair
helped put on a great year's event and the many
event while we enjoyed fantastic companies that sponsored the
weather and a wonderful day of golf. tournament. This year's edition of
the tournament was a sell out and
Congratulations to this year's event the level of sponsorship was great.
winner Team Mastron
Thanks again to everybody for their
Thanks to the efforts and support of support of the ASHRAE Golf
and Graham Bold
and we look forward to
home the hardware yet again. Well tournament was able to raise almost seeing everybody again next year.
$ 8,400 for ASHRAE Research
for the Ottawa Valley Chapter
I would especially like to thank the These monies will be staying in
many volunteers who generously Canada and will be going towards Your 2016 ASHRAE Golf
gave their time to this event. Stan
further research and development of Tournament Organizing
, Cathy Godin
standards and guide lines that will Committee
, Georges Maamari
and benefit our industry.
among others all
I hope everyone is enjoying every support and participation in your local
moment of the beautiful summer we ASHRAE chapter.
are having so far. September is fast
approaching and another ASHRAE The Ottawa Valley Chapter
year is on its way. This year I am also like to introduce and welcome
happy to say that I will be the the following new member that have
Membership Promotion Chair for the joined us over the summer months:
Ottawa Valley Chapter.
Mr Jeremy Strong
If you have any questions or Mr Peter O Shaw-Wood
Mr Eric Brouillard
comments regarding your ASHRAE Mr Ahmed Farag
membership, please do not hesitate Mr Adam Moons
Looking forward to seeing you at the
to contact me at:
Mr Colin Welburn
event of the 2016-
Mr Benjamin Taiwo
2017 season in September!
Mr Daniel Trepanier
Thank you all for the continued Mr Patrick Carrozzi
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The 2016 Region II Chapter
) will be • Jacob Hough
hosted by the ASHRAE NB/PEI
(Program Chair and Grassroots
and will take place in
Government Affairs Chair)
Moncton, New Brunswick
between • Peter Shaw-Wood
August 26th and 28th. The CRC is a
(Student Activities Co-Chair)
meeting of the chapters within the • Celine Baribeau
region to discuss regional business as
(Membership Promotion Chair)
well as to meet and collaborate on • Joe Della Valle
improved chapter and regional
matters. Region II
(Young Engineers in ASHRAE Chair) operations, it is also a great
includes all Canadian ASHRAE • Jeremy Strong
opportunity for attendees to meet
chapters East of Manitoba and each
and get to know colleagues from
chapter will send representatives to • Jeff Watson
other chapters that are also focused
ensure a productive conference. This
(Chapter Technology Transfer Chair) on the betterment of ASHRAE
year, the following people will be • Darryl Boyce
whole. The event will also include
attending from the Ottawa Valley
(President of ASHRAE Research Canada) presentation of awards to the
• Glen Greer
chapters and a social dinner out on a
(CRC Platinum Sponsor)
• President Abbey Saunders
While the primary focus of the CRC
We are very much looking forward to
• Daniel Redmond
is for attendees to participate in a fun, informative and enjoyable
(CRC Alternate and Research
meetings and workshops to facilitate Chapter Regional Conference
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The cost is $250.00 for the year. Please
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