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  • 2018 Conference Session - Legionella Risk Mitigation Strategies for the Plumbing Engineer

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/16/2018

    2018 Conference Session - Legionella Risk Mitigation Strategies for the Plumbing Engineer

    2018 Conference Session - Legionella Risk Mitigation Strategies for the Plumbing Engineer

    There is a renewed focus on the prevention of building-associated Legionnaires’ disease stemming from recent outbreaks and new regulations and standards, such as ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 188 and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Compliance with these new regulations and standards raises expectations for managing waterborne pathogens during the design, construction, and operation of building water systems, including but not limited to hospitals, nursing homes, and hotels. There is not only new liability to the building owner, but also to the engineering community. In this presentation, the panel will review some of the steps that the plumbing engineer can take to minimize the owner’s risk as well as mitigate the engineer’s risk.

    Panelists: Adam Green, Christoph Lohr, PE, CPD, LEED AP BD+C, ASSE 6020, and Frank Sidari, PE

  • 2018 Conference Session - The Constructability of Your Design Part 1

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/16/2018

    2018 Conference Session - The Constructability of Your Design Part 1

    2018 Conference Session - The Constructability of Your Design Part 1

    This program provides an inside look into the effects that design and specification decisions have on the installation of a plumbing system from a contractor’s perspective. It will look at specific design errors, fit issues, and material requirements that adversely impact the installation. Also addressed will be the lack of communication that exists between designers and installers today, as well as ideas on how to overcome them.

    Presented by: Mark Lamberson, CPD

    Click here to read more about Part 2.

  • 2018 Conference Session - The Constructability of Your Design Part 2

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 10/16/2018

    2018 Conference Session - The Constructability of Your Design Part 2

    2018 Conference Session - The Constructability of Your Design Part 2


    This program builds on “The Constructability of Your Design Part 1: Preconstruction” by taking a deeper dive into the installation materials and methods of varying plumbing systems and their components. It will look at hands-on examples of pipe supports, fittings, and accessories to help attendees better understand the installation issues encountered by installing contractors. Finally, it will look at the varying methods of connecting to existing systems and what they mean to the owner and end user.

    Presented by: Mark Lamberson, CPD

  • 2019 Tech Symposium Attendee Informational Video

    Contains 1 Component(s)

    Hear more about the upcoming 2019 Tech Symposium.

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    Join ASPE staff as we provide some information about the upcoming Tech Symposium, what to expect, and how to earn CEUs during and after the conference. Registration is FREE! You can find the full schedule here. Important links are:

    Contact us at education@aspe.org with any questions.

  • A Guide to Siphonic Roof Drainage

    Contains 5 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 08/08/2019

    A Guide to Siphonic Roof Drainage

    This one-hour webinar sponsored by MIFAB discusses the benefits of using siphonic drainage vs traditional gravity. Attendees will be able to understand a new method of roof drainage that utilizes smaller diameter pipe running with no pitch, a more efficient roof drain which leads to an overall safer roof with less penetrations, and lastly a look at how to utilize siphonic drainage to be compliant with changes to code regarding sizing the roof drain based on GPM. 


    Content Outline:

    • What is siphonic roof drainage?
    • Gravity drainage shortcomings
    • Benefits of siphonic roof drainage
    • Reason for codes governing siphonic roof drainage
    • Rules of thumb when designing siphonic roof drainage
    • How to effectively apply the codes




    By the end of this webinar, attendees will be able to understand the value a siphonic system can bring to their project - not only the monetary value, but also the improved efficiency/safety it brings to the building.

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    Instructor: Brennan Doherty

    Brennan Doherty, National Specifications Manager for MIFAB HydroMax, was responsible for helping introduce Siphonic Roof Drainage into the newest ASPE Plumbing Engineer Design Handbook V2. In his role, Brennan is responsible for educating owners, design build contractors, and engineers across the country on both the technical and cost savings benefits of Siphonic Roof Drainage.






    This webinar is sposnored by MIFAB and is free for ASPE members. 

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    The sponsor receives attendees' names and email addresses for those that sign up for the live webinar.

    To register for this webinar sign in using your ASPE Connect account (top right) and proceed. Questions? Contact education@aspe.org

  • Addressing Friction Points to Build a Stronger Team

    Contains 3 Component(s)

    Part of AYP Leadership Development Series. Register for this individual session or the full series to gain access to all 3 webinars.

    Most friction points and conflict arise from unmet needs, and lack of action to fulfill these needs. Dive into the most common workplace needs, and tools to help resolve conflict in this webinar! 

    This is the second webinar in the three-part series.

  • Air Aspirating Smoke Detection

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 06/18/2013

    Air Aspirating smoke detection is a key element in proper fire detection. These products allow for early warning smoke detection to assist in detecting a fire at the earliest stage possible. Using a network of tubing, a detector and housing, we use the circulation of air within the protected space to pick up small smoke particles.

    Air Aspirating smoke detection is a key element in proper fire detection. These products allow for early warning smoke detection to assist in detecting a fire at the earliest stage possible. Using a network of tubing, a detector and housing, we use the circulation of air within the protected space to pick up small smoke particles.

  • An Introduction to Pipe Hangers and Supports

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 08/05/2014

    An Introduction to Pipe Hangers and Supports

    An Introduction to Pipe Hangers and Supports

  • ASHRAE 188 and Legionella

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 12/02/2014

    ASHRAE 188 and Legionella

    ASHRAE 188 and Legionella

  • Basic Design Components of Fuel Systems

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/29/2002

    In this one-hour webinar the presenter will discuss the basic components of above ground and underground storage tank systems. This will include the different manholes, valves, and tank considerations that you will have to investigate as you engineer the system for the owner. Many of the components are commonly misused and incorrectly specified. During this webinar you will learn about the many many choices you will face in selecting the right items for the project.

    In this one-hour webinar the presenter will discuss the basic components of above ground and underground storage tank systems. This will include the different manholes, valves, and tank considerations that you will have to investigate as you engineer the system for the owner. Many of the components are commonly misused and incorrectly specified. During this webinar you will learn about the many many choices you will face in selecting the right items for the project.