The Central Virginia Chapter of the Construction SpeciďŹ cations Institute presents:
The Seventeenth Annual
PRODUCT EXPO & Education Seminars
235 West Main Street Charlottesville, VA 22902 January 29th, 2009
On behalf of the Central Virginia Chapter of the Construction Speciﬁcations Institute, I would like to extend a warm welcome and a thank you to everyone who is attending the 2009 CVCSI Product Expo and Education Seminars. Our goal is to provide you with the latest information for the most innovative products and ideas in the construction industry. Our hope is that this event will give you the edge over your competition in the year to come by giving you the information you need to create the best projects in the area. Our dedicated committee has worked diligently on this event for a year to bring you the best experience possible.
CVCSI Oﬃcers and Directors President:
Charles Hendricks, AIA, CSI, CDT, LEED AP email@example.com 434-979-5245
Vice-President: Tracie Skipper, CSI firstname.lastname@example.org
Ron Keeney, RA, CSI, CDT, NCARB email@example.com 434-978-2000
David Groﬀ, CSI, CDT firstname.lastname@example.org
Adrienne Stronge, CSI-I, LEED AP email@example.com 434-979-5245
Meghan Johnston,CSI, CDT firstname.lastname@example.org
Susan Parker, CSI email@example.com 434-295-3145
The Central Virginia CSI Chapter oﬀers learning units at monthly dinner meetings, site tours of local construction projects, and an annual product expo giving the opportunity to informally socialize, network, and discuss topics of interest with others in the construction industry.
R. Tucker Shields, RA, CSI, CCCA
Mark Wingerd, CSI, CDT firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to the show and have a great time,
Patrick Wright, CSI email@example.com
Charles Hendricks, AIA, CSI, CDT, LEED AP Central Virginia Chapter President
William Macfarlane, CSI firstname.lastname@example.org
The Construction Speciﬁcations Institute (CSI) is an individual membership technical society whose core purpose is to improve the process of creating and sustaining the built environment. The Institute provides technical information and products, continuing education, professional conferences, and product shows to enhance communication among all disciplines of nonresidential building design and construction and to meet the industry’s need of a common system of organizing construction data. CSI’s more than 15,000 members include architects, engineers, contractors, speciﬁers of construction products, suppliers of construction products, building owners, and facilities managers.
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Product Expo Floor Open NOON - 6 pm Principles & Technology of IPD: Understanding BIM
Regional Energy Eﬃcient Building
Designing for Energy Eﬃcient Lighting
Alb. County LEED for Schools
Air Sealing & Insulation
Green Your Business
Product Expo NOON - 6:00 pm Education Seminars: Track 1
8:00 am - NOON Principles & Technology of Integrated Project Delivery: Understanding BIM 4 LUs
During this four hour training session, receive a basic understanding of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) and what you can expect from using BIM tools. Gain an understanding of what is involved with making the transition to IPD
8:00 am - 9:00 am Regional Blueprint for Energy Eﬃcient Building Speaker: Ben Taube - 1 HSW (SD)
The Southeastern region of the United States is at a critical turning point in its development. With twice the population growth of the country overall, the demand for energy is projected to increase by 30% in the next 20 years. Although the Southeast has long been forgotten in terms of energy efficiency policy initiatives, the recent development of the Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance (SEEA) brings about tremendous opportunities. SEEA’s goal is to deploy cost-effective energy efficiency measures to reduce the anticipated growth in electricity demand in the region by 50% in the next two decades. This presentation will describe the steps that SEEA is taking to mobilize regional leaders in the public and private sectors to develop a “regional blueprint” for energy efficiency building. Key activities by SEEA include work with the large utilities to instill the benefits of creating and incentivizing energy efficiency. In addition, a public coalition of Southeast Governors has been created to develop a regional energy efficiency goal for all 11 SEEA states. These programs and others focused on technology deployment and public utilities commissions have proven effective methods to drive the adoption of energy efficiency in the Southeast. This presentation will discuss the creation of the Southeast Alliance and programming to impact the fast growing and consuming Southeastern U.S.
9:00 am - 10:00 am Photovoltaic Systems: Achieving Maximum Value and Code Compliance Speaker: Jason Fisher - 1 HSW (SD)
Mr. Fisher is a licensed master electrician and is a North American Board of Certiﬁed Energy Practitioners (www.NABCEP.org) Certiﬁed Solar PV Installer™. His seminar will discuss the design of small to medium sized utility interconnected photovoltaic systems for use in buildings. Focus will be placed on engineering for electrical code compliance and maximum eﬃciency. Examples of successful system applications will also be shown, including some notable past projects such as Greenpeace, GSA, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, The Pentagon, The US State Department, and The White House.
10:00 am - 11:00 am Designing for Energy Eﬃcient Lighting: New and Retroﬁt Speaker: Gary Castanino - 1 HSW (SD)
This seminar will discuss the following topics and allow time for your questions. · Energy Eﬃcient Lighting – “the last twenty years” · The Lighting Retroﬁt Revolution · Lighting Technologies – “what works and what doesn’t” · Controlling Lighting in the workplace · New Lighting technologies for the 21st Century
11:00 am - NOON Air Sealing & Insulation
Speakers: Bill Craig, Bryant Broughton, Gene Sullenberger - 1 HSW (SD) Learn from experienced local experts their ﬁndings about what methods of air sealing and insulation are most eﬀective and what the future may bring to this critical ﬁeld. There will be opportunity to ask your questions.
Afternoon Sessions 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm Albemarle County LEED for Schools Speakers: Lindsay Check Snoddy, Annette Osso, Shannon Sweeney - 1 HSW (SD)
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm Green Your Business Speakers: Paige Mattson, Steve Davis, Annette Osso - 1 HSW (SD)
This panel discussion will focus on the LEED for Schools program from Central Virginia applications to state wide initiatives. LEED for schools projects can reduce building operating expenses, while improving comfort, health, and productivity of the building occupants. This panel will emphasize green building practices, introduce the LEED rating systems, and discuss design strategies to optimize site, water consumption, materials, energy use, and indoor environment. The panel will use Central Virginia case studies as examples of state wide strategies being used to improve the learning environments of our children.
This panel discussion will focus on a holistic approach to green your business decisions, projects, products, and actions. While many companies claim to have gone green to keep up with the latest trends, what are some of the hard choices that you can make that really have an impact on the local environment. It is easy to say that the problems are too large for one person to impact, but in reality, if each person does a little, the whole will be greater than its sums. Join this panel of experts that have made a diﬀerence as they discuss the daily decisions that their companies have made to improve the environment in Central Virginia.
Thanks to Spark! for partnering with CVCSI on our Education Seminars for the Product Expo
Product Expo Layout
Robert Connelly 2831 Cardwell Road Richmond, VA 23234 Oﬃce: 540-438-1423 Cell: 540-246-3801 email@example.com Table 10
Advanced Concrete Foundations
Josh Lanahan 3798 Three Notch Rd. Louisa, VA 23093 Cell: 434-981-4749 firstname.lastname@example.org Table 62
Associated General Contractors Marsha Hargette 11950 Nuckols Rd Glen Allen, VA 23059 Oﬃce: 804-364-5504 Cell: 804-721-1892 email@example.com Table 33
American Cedar & Millwork, Inc. Nancy Jackson 4976 S. Seminole Trail Madison, VA 22727 Oﬃce: 540-948-3312 firstname.lastname@example.org Table 17
Architectural Resources, Inc. Wayne Gary 7835 Belle Point Drive Greenbelt, MD 20770 Oﬃce: 301-982-6464 Table 31
Atas International, Inc. Juanita Riepensell 6612 Snowdrift Rd. Allentown, PA 18106 Oﬃce: 610-395-8445 email@example.com Table 18
Barranger & Co. Inc. Kathy Smithson P.O. Box 73700 Richmond, VA 23235 Oﬃce: 804-794-0920 Cell: 804-366-1240 firstname.lastname@example.org Table 25
Ashley Snead 6405 Ivy Stone Drive Jamestown, NC 27282 Cell: 336-215-8790 email@example.com Table 12
Benjamin Moore & Co.
Kevin Policay 3406 Seven Oaks Road Midlothian, VA 23112 Cell: 757-536-1941 firstname.lastname@example.org Table 13
Carlisle Wide Plank Floors
European Stone Concepts
Hannah Greenley 1666 33rd Street N.W. Washington DC, 20007 Oﬃce: 202-339-9799 hgreeley@wideplankﬂooring.com Table 75
Keith Scott 60 Conestoga Way Troy, VA 22974 Oﬃce: 434-589-8744 Cell: 240-882-6870 Table 43
Gaston and Wyatt
Irene Peterson 305 4th Street NW Charlottesville, VA 22901 Oﬃce: 434-970-3812 email@example.com Table 39
Commonwealth H2O - Blue Ridge Phil Witry 325 Greenbrier Drive Charlottesville, VA 22901 Oﬃce: 434-975-4426 Cell: 434-760-5360 firstname.lastname@example.org Table 11
Conestoga Ceramic Tile
Charles and Judy Hutter 1226 Harris Street Charlottesville, VA 22902 434-971-5537 Table 23
Helfrich Agency, Inc. Tom Wilkes 2569 Homeview Drive Richmond, VA 23294 Oﬃce: 804-346-8818 Cell: 804-651-4937 email@example.com Table 58
Illumination Concepts and Sales
Debbie Underwood 24 Conestoga Way Troy, VA 22974 Oﬃce: 434-589-8000 Cell: 434-249-1311 firstname.lastname@example.org Table 21
James P. Morgan 4904 West Clay Street Richmond, VA 23230 Oﬃce: 804-358-2300 Cell: 804-536-2920 PMorgan.lla298@Lighting.net Table 36
Demilec (USA) LLC
Lisa Kennedy 2925 Galleria Drive Arlington, TX 76011 Oﬃce: 817-640-4900 info@DemilecUSA.com Table 46
Frank Wilson 192 Ballard Ct. #306 Virginia Beach, VA 23462 Oﬃce: 757-496-2323 email@example.com Table 77
King Architectural Metals
Richard Fuller 11 Talbot Ave Rankin, PA 15104 Oﬃce: 412-351-3013 firstname.lastname@example.org Table 28
Cathee Speaks 9611 East RL Thorton Freeway Dallas, TX 75228 Oﬃce: 214-876-0696 email@example.com Table 40
“Providing Natural Lighting Design Solutions for over 20-years”
Lawrenceville Brick, Inc.
Bill Alexander PO Box 45 Lawrenceville, VA 23868 Oﬃce: 434-848-3151 Cell: 434-420-2360 firstname.lastname@example.org Table 55
Marvin Windows Seanie White PO Box 11058 Blacksburg, VA 24061 Cell: 540-553-5668 email@example.com Table 49
Rocco Building Supplies Chuck Moore 560 Pleasant Valley Road Harrisonburg, VA 22801 Oﬃce: 302-537-8147 firstname.lastname@example.org Table 51
Seacom, Inc. John Hooper 1575-B Mountain Road Glen Allen, VA 23060 Oﬃce: 804-262-0052 email@example.com Table 22
Nitterhouse Concrete Products, Inc.
Shade and Wise
Daryl Wengar 3655 Molly Pitcher Highway South Chambersburg, PA 17202 Oﬃce: 717-267-4505 firstname.lastname@example.org Table 15
Robert W. Vaughn 2010 Dabney Rd. Richmond, VA 23230 Oﬃce: 804-355-2886 Cell: 804-357-2051 email@example.com Table 19
Nu Cedar Mills
Will Lepire 2001 Walhala Drive Richmond, VA 23236 Cell: 804-338-9500 firstname.lastname@example.org Table 29
Pella Windows & Doors Tracie Skipper 380 Greenbrier Drive Suite B Charlottesville, VA 22903 Oﬃce: 434-979-3315 Cell: 434-531-0158 email@example.com Table 53
Mike Wolfe 2600 International Street Columbus, OH 43228 Oﬃce: 614-850-4016 Fax: 614-850-9056 firstname.lastname@example.org Table 20
Starlight Skylights Keith Wlash 304 Broad Street Hurlock, MD 21643 Cell: 410-660-6929 email@example.com Table 60
/Superior Walls of Central Virginia John Cotton 1000 Bedford Hills Drive Earlysville, VA 22936 Cell: 434-531-4900 firstname.lastname@example.org Table 50
Terrazzo Promotion Committee
Kathy Waldron 167 Hickory Springs Industrial Dr. Canton, GA 30115 Oﬃce: 770-345-6334 email@example.com Table 34
The Habitat Store
The Whitlock Group Ed White 3900 Gaskins Rd. Richmond, VA 23233 Oﬃce: 804-273-9100 firstname.lastname@example.org Table 37
Virginia Fair Housing Oﬃce
Mally Mason Perimeter Center, Suite 400 9960 Mayland Drive Richmond, VA 23223 Oﬃce: 804-367-8473 Mally.Mason@dpor.virginia.gov Table 27
WeatherSeal Insulation Company
Larry Norem 1221 Harris Street Charlottesville, VA 22903 Oﬃce: 434-293-6331 Cell: 434-531-4795 email@example.com Table 32
Gina Sullenberger 2314 Chapel Spring Lane Free Union, VA 22940 Oﬃce: 434-874-1818 firstname.lastname@example.org Table 47
The Murus Company
John Douglas 300 Scarlett Blvd. Suite D Oldsmar, FL 34677 Oﬃce: 727-475-1460 email@example.com Table 56
Chris Bloom PO Box 220 Mansﬁeld, PA 16933 Oﬃce: 570-549-2100 Cell: 540-404-2709 firstname.lastname@example.org Table 14
The Snead Company Bryan Abrisz 7115 Iron Ridge Rd. Richmond, VA 23234 Oﬃce: 804-743-7445 Cell: 804-357-5358 Table 30
Wasco Products Inc.
Windsor Windows Window and Door Pors Mark Wingerd 112 4th Street NE Charlottesville, VA 22901 Oﬃce: 434-296-0050 Cell: 434-531-8657 email@example.com Table 35
Sustaining Mr. Jefferson’s Legacy:
Designing For the Future Central Virginia Construction Speciﬁcations Institute will be hosting the 2009 Middle Atlantic Region Conference in historical Charlottesville, VA on October 8-11. The conference will be held at the Omni Charlottesville Hotel, located on the city’s downtown pedestrian mall at the heart of the city. Our conference theme is Sustaining Mr. Jefferson’s Legacy, Designing
for the Future.
Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the city of Charlottesville is rich with history. Three of our nation’s founding presidents lived in the area, James Madison, James Monroe, and of course Mr. Jefferson. There are many signiﬁcant historical buildings dotted throughout the area, but none are so revered as Jefferson’s University of Virginia. The UVA grounds are a magniﬁcent testimony to Jefferson’s aesthetics and ingenuity. The University rotunda is often recognized as one of the most important buildings in United States history. The goal of our conference is to look at the University’s past, and how that might shape its future. We will be focusing on two very large University projects that promise to be moving in a more sustainable direction. One of these projects promises to look into the healing power of building technology, the other, into how a building might promote learning and environmental responsibility.
For sponsorship information contact Ray Gaines: 434.979.5245 | firstname.lastname@example.org OMNI Hotel | Charlottesville, VA | October 8-11, 2009
2009 CVCSI Product Expo booklet