Past Quarterly Meetings 2019

Past Quarterly Meetings 2019

Thursday, November 14, 2019


Texas Wesleyan University
Martin University Center - Building 1
3165 East Rosedale
Fort Worth, Texas 76105

**Parking available at parking lot B & U**

Texas Wesleyan Campus Map

Cost $20.00 for current members (if business membership has been paid) or $70.00 for non-members.  Facilities personnel $20.00. 
Contact: Jimmy Gresham
November 14, 2019
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m

 Lunch/Dinner Sponsor:

 Technical Presentation: Huckabee
 Topic: Laser Scanning, BIM, and Facilities Management
Laser scanning and drones have made documenting existing facilities easier than ever. And, collaboration between Building Information Modeling (BIM) programs and facilities management software is on the rise. For maintenance and operations teams, this means you can visualize your facility with more clarity by utilizing 3D information collected by your design team. We’ll look at the new technology and focus on how these market shifts can take you from a building with no drawings, to an intelligent model that can benefit your operational goals.
  Registration Sponsor: FW Promo
  Break/Prize Sponsor ATI Disaster Recovery Services

Thursday, August 08, 2019


Eastfield College
S Building
3737 Motley Drive
Mesquite, Texas 75150

**Parking available at parking lot 3 & 4.**

Eastfield College Campus Map

Eastfield College S Building Map

Cost $20.00 for current members (if business membership has been paid) or $70.00 for non-members.  Facilities personnel $20.00.  Currently, only cash or check accepted with receipt given at door.
Contact: Michael Brantley
972.876.8943 (Cell)
August 08, 2019
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m

 Lunch/Dinner Sponsor:

Metro Golf Cars
 Technical Presentation: Trane
 Topic: HVAC Energy Management for the Evolving Texas Electric Grid
Increasing electricity demand and retirement of fossil fuel generation assets have led to back-to-back Summers in Texas with extreme price volatility and concerns of supply scarcity. The highest power demand days in Texas are driven by air conditioning. This presentation will demonstrate and monetize HVAC energy management strategies (and a few others) that can drive down your buildings energy costs, support grid reliability and lead to a cleaner energy future.
  Registration Sponsor: McLemore Building Maintenance, Inc.
  Break/Prize Sponsor Ferguson Enterprises, Inc.