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NEBBinar: Sound and Vibration: Maintaining Tenants Spaces and Building Mechanical Systems


The Problem
Excessive noise (sound) and vibration from building mechanical equipment negatively impact occupant comfort, similar to the effects caused by other forms of pollution. These sources of occupant discomfort diminish the value of commercial property and negatively impact the bottom line for building owners and managers.

The Solution
Periodic vibration analysis of mechanical equipment can help building owners and managers identify problems, avoid downtime and head off expensive equipment repair costs.  Also, sound analysis can help identify sources of noise pollution, leading to a reduction in the sources of occupant discomfort.  Simply put, sound and vibration analysis in building mechanical systems will provide long-term financial benefits.

Register Today!
This webcast, sponsored by NEBB, is geared to anyone involved in building commissioning, retro-commissioning, managing or planning to develop an industrial operation or commercial facility, office building or special purpose facility.  Take this opportunity to gain insight into sound and vibration measurement and the related benefits.

Learn the benefits of sound and vibration measurement to turn over a better building that is void of sound and vibration issues. 



Jim Huber, NEBB President-Elect
Jim Huber is the President of Complete Commissioning. He has more than 30 years of industry experience, is a Certified Energy Manager, and has extensive experience with BACNET, LON, MODBUS, and other building automation protocols and communication networks. He has programming, tuning, and testing experience with multiple systems and applications, as well as building systems commissioning, sound and vibration measurement, and testing and balancing.


Stuart McGregor, member of NEBB's Sound and Vibration Committee  
 Stuart is a full partner and senior acoustical engineer at Engineering Dynamics, Inc. He has experience analyzing, designing and measuring noise and vibration from building mechanical systems on projects ranging from residential condominium buildings to commercial and industrial spaces.
Stuart has successfully  completed over 1000 projects, testified as an expert wit-ness in noise and vibration related cases, and teaches sound and vibration train-ing seminars for NEBB certified professionals and technicians.

Stuart’s professional affiliations include, Acoustical Society of America, Institute of Noise Control Engineering, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air Conditioning Engineers, and NEBB.                    




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