Larry Clark LEED® AP

Clark is currently director of Corporate Business Development at Hill York, Florida’s oldest and largest air conditioning contractor, a post he has held since 2007. His previous experience includes such diverse assignments as president, vice president of sales and marketing, and regional sales manager at MEPCO (formerly the Dunham Div. of Dunham-Bush); and regional sales manager at Vapor Power. He holds a B.S.E.E., graduate study in management science from Virginia Tech, is a LEED® AP, a member of ASHRAE, USGBC (South Florida), IEEE, AIA Florida (allied), and an associate member of the NSP/Michigan Society of Professional Engineers.

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Building Oversight Management: Revisited

August 1, 2011
A lot has happened since the author’s 2008 article. It’s prime time to revisit expectations for BAS and chiller optimization controls, and then have a look at several of today’s options for anyone managing chilled water flow to wring the last drop of efficiency out of a system.
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Comprehensive Ventilation Management For Safety And Sustainability

October 1, 2010
Defending against even a simple airborne attack may require a complex ventilation safety plan - or at the least, a well thought-out strategy. Sensor capabilities, sensor placement, response speed, and the general ventilation system are some of the factors that play into protecting occupants (and even property) in the case of something worse than an accident.
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Engineering Economics Goes Green

January 9, 2009
What financing challenges did the first ancient Egyptian engineer face? After setting the table with that interesting scenario, we move on to modern engineering economics. There, calculating the cost of generating one dollar of savings is joined by the value of assessing the oft-overlooked cost of doing nothing. The result is a stronger argument for sustainable building and retrofitting in the contemporary age, and that’s no pyramid scheme.
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On-Demand This webinar will provide cost-effective practical tips and feasible retrofit solutions that can be implemented in operational data centers to address some cooling issues and improve energy efficiency.

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