The I2SL Windy City Chapter is busy planning its next meeting. Check back soon for details
April 27, 2015
The I2SL Windy City Chapter hosted a presentation, "Doing More With Less: Hydronic Strategies for Chilled Beams." Learn more.
I2SL's Windy City Chapter will serve as resource to the greater Chicago metropolitan area to further the Institute’s goals and promote the design, construction, and operation of resource effective and environmentally responsible facilities dedicated to education, medicine, and research. Our aim is to foster sustainable design, engineering, and operational practices through a network of industry professionals drawing upon individual and corporate expertise and real world experience. The Windy City Chapter provides advocacy and education while fostering professional interaction on industry best practices and emerging technologies that promote sustainability of laboratory and other high tech facilities. To this end, we provide an organization with a broad reach bringing expertise of architects, engineers, builders, operators, and manufacturers to create an interdisciplinary community of professionals with a comprehensive approach to the creation and operation of sustainable facilities. The Chapter stresses professional development and networking through a series of regularly scheduled meetings that provide a forum for presentations by industry experts coupled with interactive membership discussions. Check out a list of I2SL Windy City Chapter’s events.
Marvin Kirshenbaum, Argonne National Laboratory
Vytenis Milunas, University of
Illinois - Chicago
Susan Turner, Bailey Edward
David Warner, HTS Chicago
Burcin Moehring, Legat Architects
If you would like to become a member or corporate sponsor of the Windy City Chapter, please contact us. If you prefer to contact the Windy City Chapter by phone, you can reach out to Chapter President, Marvin Kirshenbaum, at 630.319.4512.
|I2SL Executive Director Phil Wirdzek addresses attendees at “Sustainable Design and Operation at Argonne National Laboratory,” an educational tour sponsored by the Windy City Chapter on August 11, 2014.|
|Windy City chapter President Marvin Kirshenbaum, a mechanical engineer at ANL, helped guide attendees on a tour of the Advanced Photon Source and related buildings at Argonne, including many sustainability features.|