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Please Join us for a Green Destination Orlando sponsored Continuing Education Presentation by Allen Weiss on the Florida Energy Code.
*Space is limited so please be sure to register if you plan on attending.
Course Title: The Florida Energy Code
Course Description: A working knowledge of the current Florida Energy Code pertaining to lighting power consumption and controls for Commercial Buildings. A discussion on the types of spaces included and exempted from the code. Review the mandatory interior and exterior lighting power consumption as well as the mandatory lighting control requirements. (Good for GBCI CE Credit)
Allen Weiss is a graduate of Drexel University with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering. Allen is both an LC and PE by examination and is presently registered in six states (Florida, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey and North Carolina).
Allen has personally designed or supervised over 30 million square feet of facility lighting, many for Fortune 500 clients. Additionally, he has worked on the lighting design of several major roadway, tunnel and bridge projects including Orlando, Florida's East-West Expressway and major portions of Charleston, West Virginia's interstate highway system.
Several of his lighting designs have merited design awards through the IESNA and Architectural Record. A list of his lighting design projects is available upon request.
Allen has taught lighting design at Pittsburgh's La Roche College as well as lectured on several lighting design topics through his affiliation with the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America and served as Section Chairman of the IES in Philadelphia, PA.
A partial listing of Allen's work experience follows:
Electrical Department Head - Howard Needles Tammen & Bergendoff - Haverford, PA - 7 years
Director Electrical Engineering/Lighting Design Services - Ballinger - Philadelphia, PA - 11 years
Director Electrical Engineering/Lighting Design Services - CUH2A- Princeton, NJ - 11 years
Director Electrical Engineering/Lighting Design Services - Astorino-Pittsburgh, PA - 4 years
- Manager Continuing Education - Sesco Lighting - 8 years
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Green Destination Orlando
Green Destination Orlando evolved from the US Green Building Council's Hospitality advocacy Committee. This group of industry professionals developed the designation now known as Green Destination Orlando. This designation, branching off of the LEED criteria is designed to create A total sustainable EXPERIENCE- from the moment a visitor arrives in Orlando, to the transportation, from their stay at local lodging, to their daily activities (be it a conference or family vacation), and all the way back home - a complete loop that never breaks- a total sustainable EXPERIENCE.
The goal of this organization is to be a catalyst to help hoteliers, restaurant owners, transportation companies, theme parks, etc to learn about operational efficiency and grow towards a more sustainable future.