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November Lunch Meeting

Topic: Bipolar Ionization Technology

Date: Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Time: 12:00 noon - 1:30 pm

Location: Brother John's

Topic Description:

Dave McGowan, PE, is a Senior Sales Engineer for Trane. Dave’s experience includes over 17 years working as a consulting engineer designing various HVAC, Plumbing, and Fire protection systems for a variety of building types and locations. Over his 17 years of consulting engineering,  he has lived in Salt Lake City Utah, West Palm Beach, Orlando  and now Phoenix, Arizona.  Over the course of his career, Dave’s focus has leaned towards projects in higher education and government facilities, as well as central chilled water plants. The majority of projects that he designed were in the state of Florida with high demands for humidity control and indoor air quality. Dave recently made the switch to sales just over a year and half ago.

 

Dave is an active member of ASHRAE and participates regularly with the central Arizona Chapter. Dave holds a BSME degree from the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah. He also holds active Professional Engineering licenses in Florida, New Mexico, Colorado and Arizona.

 

 

Kyle Buono is currently a Sale Leader for Trane Southwest.   Kyle’s 12 years of experience in HVAC has included working 6 years in the Southwest and working as a manufacturer’s representative for 6 years in New York City.  In addition to Trane, Kyle has also represented manufactures including AAF-McQuay, Daikin and Johnson Controls.  Throughout his career, his focus has been on custom airside systems for commercial as well as industrial designs for high performance buildings while reducing energy costs and construction costs. Kyle holds BSE from the University of Arizona.

 

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