September 13, 2018.
Sponsored by Performance Services.
Approved for 2.5 Contact Hours (0.25 CEUs) by ASHE.
Along with Sullivan Hospital, Performance Services discussed the topic of addressing your OR environmental issues in an active OR, while also delivering substantial energy savings to the hospital’s bottom line. Part of the presentation will focus on the use of a facility master plan, especially in the MEP (mechanical, electrical, plumbing) area, to help drive decisions on timelines and individual projects.
Topics and learning objectives:
1. Improve OR space temperature, humidity and pressurization control
2. Energy savings considerations when addressing OR environmental issues
3. Equipment Reliability/Redundancy
4. Documentation & Energy Efficiency
5. Concepts for delivering a project in an active OR
1. Opening and Performance Services Introduction: Jim Christie – 10 mins
2. Sullivan Hospital Introduction, Energy Use and Energy Star, and Facility Master Plan: Ron Shake – 15 mins
3. Operating Room Project Overview: Kevin Baum – 20 Mins
4. Question and Answer: Jim, Kevin, Ron – 15 Minutes
Our speakers will include those from Sullivan County Community Hospital and Performance Services.
Ron Shake, Facilities Director, Sullivan County Community Hospital
Facilities Director of 65 acre campus which includes 150,000 ft2 of buildings on and off site with an asset value of 45 million dollars. Duties include managing a 24/7 maintenance staff of six employees, Safety Director, Biomed Manager, Security Director, Telecom Manager, & Construction/Project Manager for the campus. Forecast and hedge NYMEX gas for SCCH, utility management, & Energy Efficiency Projects.
Jim Christie, Business Development Manager, Performance Services
Jim is an excellent customer advocate and brings 22 years of business development experience to his role at Performance Services. Having held various positions within GE Healthcare, he has a global understanding of the challenges and solutions facing customers today. Jim has the ability to understand his customers and has a true concern for taking care of them. He was recognized for this ability at GE where he achieved President’s Club six times and earned the 2005 sales professional of the year for the Americas. At Performance Services, Jim has helped 18 customers achieve energy and operational savings through energy savings performance contracting, integrated design and delivery, design-build and progressive design-build.
Kevin Baum, P.E., Lead Engineer, Performance Services
Kevin joined Performance Services in 2005 and has 24 years of experience creating and managing unique solutions for building systems focused on the assessment and design of HVAC, heat recovery, and industrial systems. He has experience in a variety of markets including K-12 schools, government, higher education, healthcare, manufacturing, and industrial. Kevin enjoys having ownership of his design from concept to commissioning. As a lead engineer, he is responsible for developing energy and cost savings solutions for customers.
2200 North Section Street
Sullivan, IN 47882
Directions upon arrival: Enter SCCH and stop at volunteer information desk. Proceed to your right toward Cafeteria & proceed toward Med Surg rooms. Conference Room “C” shall be on the right. Signage will be posted.
2:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Educational Presentation and Tour