NCN-SFPE May 20th, 2016 meeting in San Francisco, CA
|Please join us in San Francisco for the May 20th, 2016 meeting and luncheon.|
|This meeting will be held at Buca Di Beppo in San Francisco, CA|
Address: 855 Howard St, San Francisco, CA 94103
David Olds, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, 3M
Beginning his career in construction in the 80’s, David moved on to study Architecture at the University of Minnesota, receiving his degree in architecture in 1990. By 1994 he had achieved professional registration and licensing as an Architect. Over the next 18 years David acted as signature or project architect for over 40 commercial buildings including county, public safety, 911 and municipal data centers. In 2008 he had become vice president of a leading Minnesota design firm concentrating on David practiced with a special emphasis on code compliance, safety, special fire hazards and sustainability. As LEED project manager and signature architect he guided to completion the first LEED (version 2009) Gold municipal building in the nation. David joined 3M in 2011 to provide guidance and education for fire extinguishing in the data center and critical facilities markets. Since that time he has develop education classes that have been used at SFPE, ASPE, AFCOM, Data Center World, Uptime Institute Symposium and continuing education meetings across the US. He is an active member of the Fire Suppression Systems Association. He brings experience and perspective to the discussion of fire protection solutions in a highly regulated industry, that is, the protection of data centers and critical assets.
Data Centers – Emerging Fire Protection Challenges with Hot Aisle/Cold Aisle Containment
The program covers recent changes to the NFPA standard 75 (Standard for the Fire Protection of Information Technology). These changes are a direct result of hot and cold aisle utilization in the Data Center and Telecommunication Facilities. Use of water fire suppression and the use of clean agents systems will be discussed. Clean Agent systems are meant to suppress the fire before fire suppression water systems are needed, thus preventing water from damaging critical assents and business continuity. The continuing education program is one hour. It is also is AIA/CES if any architects wish to attend. Learning objectives of the seminar include;
|11:40 – 12:00 Doors Open and Lunch is Served
12:05 – 12:50 Presentation
12:50 – 1:05 Open Discussion – Time allocated for members/attendees to contribute in an open discussion
Member: $45.00 Non-Member: $50.00/Non-Member Student/Retired/Fire Service/Bldg. Official: $20.00
Receive a $10.00 discount if you register before Monday, May 16, 2016 Register at www.ncnsfpe.org
As always, we look forward to your participation and attendance at this month’s local Chapter event.