Connect with SSR at Events in October
With fall in full swing, the month October is packed full of conferences, tradeshows, and symposiums that we would like to connect with you at. SSR and SSRCx will be traveling across the country with thought leaders and personnel speaking and exhibiting from Washington D.C. to San Francisco.
September 29th – October 1st
Clay Seckman will be presenting at Kentucky Society of Healthcare Engineers (KSHE) annual conference in Owensboro, KY, on the “Impact of Ten Driving Forces and Six Major Trends on the Built Environment.” Terry Compton will be exhibiting SSR’s healthcare market at the KSHE associated tradeshow in booth 431.
October 1st – 2nd
Steve Harrell, Ted Foster, and Mike Preece will be exhibiting SSRCx’s commissioning services at the World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC) in Washington D.C. The WEEC conference is well-recognized as the most important energy event of national and international scope for end users and energy professionals in all areas of the energy field. Please stop by booth 211 to hear what SSR has been up to.
October 6th – 8th
Ted Foster, Mike Preece, and Dave Van Tassell will be exhibiting at the DBIA Design Build Conference & Expo in Dallas, TX. The DBIA conferences gathers 2,000 industry professionals spanning the entire A/E/C community experienced in the design-build delivery method. Come by booth 410 to hear the latest on SSR’s commissioning services and government market.
October 8th – 9th
Andrew Johnson, Kenny Diehl, Eric McElroy, and Dave Nicholson will be exhibiting SSR’s infrastructure market and associated services at the Tennessee Chapter American Public Works Association (TCAPWA) conference in Nashville, TN.
October 8th – 10th
David Stymiest will be very busy during the Alabama Society for Healthcare Engineer’s (AlaSHE) annual fall conference in Orange Beach, AL. He’s presenting three sessions, “Alternate Equipment Management,” “PM Planning for Water Disruption”, and “Changes in Emergency Power Management.” Terry Compton will also be attending and is exhibiting SSR’s healthcare market at the conference in booth space 41.
October 12th – 14th
Mike Bernard is giving a presentation on “DBP Removal in Murfreesboro, TN” at the Alabama/Mississippi American Water Works Association (AL/MS AWWA) conference in Mobile, AL. Be sure to stop by booth space 18 to discuss our infrastructure market and associated services with Sharpie Smith and Bo Butler. The AWWA is dedicated to the promotion of public health and welfare in the provision of drinking water of unquestionable quality and sufficient quantity.
October 12th – 15th
Laura Ludwig will be exhibiting SSRCx’s commissioning services at the Big Ten and Friends Mechanical Energy Conference in Iowa City, IA. The conference will feature many energy experts in public higher education, research, and industry. Swing by booth space 28 to hear the latest on SSRCx’s commissioning services.
October 13th – 14th
David Stymiest will be presenting two session at the Decision Health 18th Annual EC Summit taking place in Las Vegas, NV. Make sure to catch his sessions on “Emergency Power Testing and Maintenance” and “Maintaining Continuous Survey Readiness.”
October 19th – 21th
Rick Ziegler will present on “Minimizing Rick through Effective Building Enclosure Commissioning” at the Construction Managers Association of America’s (CMMA) annual conference in San Francisco, CA. Laura Ludwig will be onsite as well exhibiting SSRCx’s commissioning services in booth space 205.
October 22nd – 24th
Eric Sheffer, Mark Smith, and Colleen Smith will be exhibiting SSRCx’s commissioning and sustainability services at Greenbuild International Conference and Expo in New Orleans, LA. Greenbuild is an event for sustainable building; offering a place for thousands to gather and renew their commitment to the green movement. Come by booth space 2027 for a live demonstration of IMED: Integrated Maintenance and Engineering Documentation.
October 29th – 31st
Steve Harrell will be exhibiting SSRCx’s Continuous Commissioning® and retro-commissioning services at the Kentucky School Plant Management Association’s annual conference in Lexington, KY.