2017 HPB+W Expo Hall

2017 HPB+W Expo Hall Schedule

  • Wednesday, May 17

  • 11AM–3PM

  • Thursday, May 18

  • 11AM–2PM


QuickFire Sessions

Back by popular demand!

Join leading equipment and service providers to discover What's New and What's Changing with rapid-fire presentations designed to get you up to speed with the latest innovations in just 20 minutes!

Wednesday, May 17

11:30 AM Speaker: Jake Young

Active Archive Seminar: Interactive Dashboards to Manage Facilities Information

Sponsored By:
ARC Technology Solutions
Booth #600
Plan sheets, warranties, O&M manuals, maintenance logs, equipment lists, inspection reports, emergency procedures, as-builts: Do you know where each of these documents is located? Could you find them within 10 seconds? Learn how organizing your critical facilities documents into an effective active archive will boost efficiency and team productivity by creating a single-source for your facilities documents accessible from any device wherever you are at any time.

12:00 PM Speaker: Buddy Wilson

Advantages of using Duro-Last: Custom Fabrication and Full Assemblies

Sponsored By:
Duro-Last Roofing
Booth #620
Buddy Wilson be speaking on the Advantages of using Duro-Last: Custom Fabrication and Full Assemblies. This will highlight the custom fabrication of our membrane, along with what items we offer to give building owners a full assembly under one warranty from our certified contractors.

12:30 PM Speaker: Jerry Drew

HVAC Controls - IoT in Commercial Facilities

Sponsored By:
Network Thermostat
Booth #420
IoT (Internet of Things) is everywhere, including building HVAC controls. This session will explore the differences between residential 'smart' thermostats and commercial-grade 'network' thermostats, including comparisons of hardware, feature sets, network topology, user interface options and building automation integration.

1:00 PM Speaker: James Driscoll

Next Generation Analytics for Continuous Commissioning and Predictive Monitoring

Sponsored By:
FacilityConneX
Booth #408
Continuous commissioning introduced the idea that commissioning and energy management work should be ongoing to drive greater savings. However, the volume of information, equipment complexity, and operational demands make this difficult. Monitoring based Commissioning (MBCx) builds off the concept of continuous commissioning, but uses automation to deal with the complexity. MBCx combines continuous monitoring, fault detection and diagnostics, and building performance dashboards based on predictive analytics to provide continuous energy savings with full mobile visualization.

1:30 PM Speaker: James Betts

The Future of Data Center Cooling

Sponsored By:
STULZ Air Technology Systems
Booth #607
Don’t just reject heat, put it to use. Join James Betts and discover how to address heat at the source by harnessing its energy, and employing it as an integral part of the entire datacenter cooling infrastructure. Outlining the potential of performance enhancements along with efficiency gains and footprint reductions. Elaborate on how scalable such solutions can be in a stand-alone configuration, within Micro-DC’s, as an element of modular DC structures or fully integrated as part of large scale deployments.

2:00 PM Speaker: John Bendt

Window Replacement: Unrealized Benefits to Building Owners & Occupants

Sponsored By:
Apogee Enterprises
Booth #720
Case studies will be presented to illustrate today’s energy efficient glass, windows, curtainwall and storefront will greatly improve the work environment for building occupants. These products will stabilize the indoor temperature next to the windows, reduce noise, and provide more natural daylight while reducing glare. High performance window systems will improve a building’s energy efficiency plus reduce the amount of capacity required for HVAC and lighting systems.

Thursday, May 18

11:30 AM Speaker: Doug Edgar

The Benefits of Combined Heat and Power

Sponsored By:
White Harvest Energy
Booth #514
For energy users in any industry, White Harvest Energy has a turnkey solution for you: we use our knowledge of available systems to help you determine what Combined Heat and Power technology you can incorporate to help reduce your energy costs. We also work with your current energy supplier to encourage them to help you install that technology.

Exhibitors You Will See at Exhibitors


EXHIBITOR SEARCH
Video Showcase Brochure Exhibiting Company Booth # Products

Air Cycle Corporation

#413

Bulb Eater, EasyPak/VaporShield, Bulk Lamp Recycling Services, Enviropure Food Disposal System.

Apogee Enterprises Inc.

#720

Manufacturer of Glass, Windows, Curtainwall, Storefront, and Entrances.

ARC Technology Solutions

#600

Facilities information management solutions and services, document scanning, archiving information management.

Automated Logic Corp.

#412

Building automation systems and energy management.

BOMI International

#621

Your lifelong partner for property and facility management education.

Building Operating Management Magazine

#601

Official Media Sponsor of High-Performance Buildings + Workplaces 2017.

CentiMark

#301

Innovative roofing and flooring solutions.

CleanTX

#322

CleanTX is an economic development and professional association for cleantech.

Conley Group

#315

Full-service professional architectural engineering consulting firm for the building envelope.

Connectrac

#401

Connectivity simplified with Connectrac.

Dallas 2030 District

#709

Goal is to create a groundbreaking high performance building District.

Duro-Last Roofing Inc.

#620

Roofing products - commercial - single ply

Electro Industries

#521

The Leader in Power Monitoring and Smart Grid Solutions.

FacilityConneX

#408

Continuous Monitoring Based Commissioning.

FiberTite Roofing Systems by Seaman Corp.

#501

Seaman Corporation's FiberTite®, is a premier single-ply roofing system.

HTS

#512

HTS is one of Texas' largest commercial HVAC manufacturer's representatives.

Hubbell Control Solutions

#716

Hubbell Control Solutions provides innovative occupancy sensors and lighting controls.

ISAVE Team

#300

Mechanical insulation installation services

J. Reynolds & Co., Inc.

#515

Roofing, waterproofing, sheet metal, concrete, stone and masonry restoration and repair.

Linx Industries

#317

Air distribution (ductwork/registers)

Luceco Inc.

#516

LED lighting for indoor and outdoor applications.

Mitsubishi Electric US, Inc. Cooling & Heating

#500

Variable refrigerant flow (VRF) high efficiency HVAC equipment, dedicated outside air systems, building automation systems.

Morton designBUILD

#715

Morton designBUILD: construction-led design services.

NEBB

#415

NetworkThermostat

#420

Cloud-free, fee-free networkable HVAC energy management solutions.

New Age Casting

#508

Epoxy cast iron pipe.

NICOR Inc.

#623

Delivering progressive lighting solutions that balance value with the highest design performance possible.

ONICON Incorporated/Air Monitor Corporation

#406

Water, Steam, Gas & Air Flow measurement Solutions.

Petasense Inc.

#314

Learning Wireless Sensors for Predictive Maintenance.

Philips Lighting

#320

Philips Lighting is dedicated to enhancing life with light.

Post-it® Brand

#416

Post-it® Super Sticky Dry Erase Surface.

Quench USA

#513

Filtered water coolers, ice machines, sparkling water dispensers, & coffee brewers.

SAME Dallas

#615

SAME Fort Worth

#615

SecureTech Systems, Inc.

#616

WAVE Plus instant notification system transmits detailed messages over radios.

Siemon

#617

Intelligent Building Solutions.

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Simon Roofing

#712

117 years of experience in commercial roof repairs, restorations, replacements.

Siplast

#

Commercial Roofing and Waterproofing Systems.

SPEER

#707

Regional energy efficiency organization helping to increase efficiency through regional collaboration.

Starline

#721

Flexible power distribution solutions.

Stewart Engineering Supply

#400

Large format printing devices, supplies, service and reprographics.

STULZ Air Technology Systems

#607

Mission critical precision air conditioning and humidification.

sys-tek

#722

Commissioning, TAB & engineering.

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Texas PACE Authority

#421

Texas PACE Authority enables water/energy efficiency to pay for itself.

Trane

#811

HVAC.

U.S. Department of State

#713

Recruiting Facility Managers for federal employment in the Foreign Service.

Unified Power

#506

Service & Sales of mission critical power equipment/UPS/batteries/DC plants.

USGBC Texas

#321

Founding member and former board member Kirk Teske was asked by the AIA to chair the Committee on the Environment (COTE) beginning in June 2002.

Vector Concepts, Inc.

#717

Commercial Flooring and multi-purpose sport flooring

Vortex Industries

#316

Commercial & industrial door service, repair, replacement.

Western Colloid Roofing Systems

#520

Cold fluid applier reinforced roofing system manufacturer

White Harvest Energy

#514

Delivering innovative solutions for packaged combined heat and power applications.

Whittaker Co., RE

#313

Carpet maintenance products and systems; Green Seal certified chemistry.

Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates Inc.

#612

Building Envelope Consultants - Architects and Engineers.

Yardi Systems Inc.

#417

Energy management solutions for managing costs, consumption and sustainability initiatives.



Exhibitor Resource Section

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