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Modernizing Yesterday’s Buildings to Leverage Today’s Opportunities

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When it comes to modernizing a building, there are many factors to consider, and energy efficiency, decarbonization, risk reduction, and returning to work are just a few of the key topics that are dominating the industry. Lurking behind the scenes, however, are challenges such as aging automation technology, competing priorities, lack of funds, and a shortage of skilled labor. Optimizing HVAC systems can yield significant benefits and you can expect to realize both financial savings and energy savings. Now is the time to embark on a journey that reflects the growth and innovation of the world today with upgrades and modernization. Register today to learn how you can develop sustainable automation and optimization plans and ensure that your building remains efficient and seamlessly connected. 

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Identify current commercial building stock – system types, equipment, and controls deployed over the past 50 years. 
  • Identify retrofit/upgrade opportunities that can help customers reach their energy efficiency & decarbonization goals. 
  • Identify opportunities to support facility managers and sustain operation throughout a facility's lifecycle.

Webinar Details

Date: June 11, 2024 

Time: 2pm EST

Meet the Speakers


Sarah Hilden, HVAC Systems Applications Engineer, Trane Commercial

In her current role, Sarah’s focus is around hydronics and thermal energy storage in heating and cooling applications and advancing energy modeling.  Prior to her current role, Sarah worked as a Senior Building Performance and Systems Engineer with Trane’s Customer Direct Service (CDS) team where she led a cross-functional development team focused on the TRACE® 3D Plus software tool while supporting and training engineers in use of CDS design and analysis tools.

Sarah is active in the La Crosse Area Chapter of ASHRAE, currently serving as Secretary.  Past roles including newsletter editor, member-at-large on the Board of Governors and local committees over the years.  Sarah currently serves as Secretary for ASHRAE TC 6.1.

Brian Meyers, System Controls Portfolio Leader, Trane Commercial

In his portfolio leader role, Brian is responsible for the management of the current generation Tracer Building Automation Systems. He also serves as a subject matter expert on topics including HVAC applications, system/protocol integration, internet connectivity and cyber security.

Brian has been active in product management within Trane over the years. As an Applications Engineer, a Product Manager, and a Portfolio Leader, Brian has been a key part of industry standards, organizational transformation (including Digital and Cyber Security), product development pipeline, sales & operation support, and customer outreach.Marcus graduated from the University of Minnesota with a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering, and later a Masters in Management of Technology.

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