Don Carter, long time Central Oklahoma Chapter member recently retired from the University of Oklahoma (OU).  He continues to serve the COK chapter in several areas, from helping the Student Activity chairs to manning the registration desk at our Fall RP Golf event. 

For more than 12 years the Construction Science Division (CNS) at the University of Oklahoma was lucky enough to have Don Carter, an experienced and dedicated professional, teaching students about mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems.  As a memb...

November 6, 2018

West Texas chapter member Danielle Smith attended the ASHRAE Leadership Conference in May.  Here were her thoughts: 

"I would highly recommend this event to other individuals who want to get more involved in ASHRAE but are unsure how to go about actually doing so.  You will learn a lot about ASHRAE and the different areas within ASHRAE, such as YEA and WiA.  There were many different presentations ranging from how to effectively relay what ASHRAE means to you to another person, effectively managing meetings, and leading...

The West Texas Chapter of ASHRAE was chartered in the fall of 1953, when air conditioning was a burgeoning idea on the high plains of Texas.  In West Texas, our wet bulb depression is 26 degrees, so we have plenty of great weather, and beautiful sunsets.  We are a semi-arid region, with little rainfall and a dry climate.  Evaporative cooling and waterside economizers really work up here!  Our members design, sell and build $100M research labs and medical facilities, but for comfort conditions, we size our HVAC on the sensibl...

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