Explore the key concepts of good mechanical design, system commissioning and trouble shooting with real-life Kootenay examples. Of interest to builders, designers, building officials, and HVAC service providers.
Brought to you through RDEK’s Community Energy Manager role, in collaboration with the Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce, Community Energy Association (CEA). Pending approval for BC Housing CPD points.
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More about Rob Pope
Rob Pope is an HVAC design engineer with Ecolighten. He started working in the heating and cooling industry in the mid 1970`s where he began his apprenticeship in high-end custom homes, quickly earning tickets in sheet metal, refrigeration and gas fitting. During this time, he installed, serviced and began designing the first wave of energy-efficient systems such as condensing gas furnaces and boilers, heat recovery ventilation, heat pumps and solar thermal.
Rob applied his skills in new home construction and existing home retrofits in southern Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia. Since the early 1990`s, he has been on the vanguard of heating and cooling technologies, including geothermal and variable refrigerant flow. As an active member of the industry, Rob has served as an executive member of the HVAC industry associations (HVCI & TECA), advocating for higher standards and better education for its members. He was the Mechanical Consultant on the first residence in Canada to achieve a Canadian LEED® certification.
Rob has been involved in the design and project oversight of many dozens of the most challenging and complex residential homes and estates in the industry, and continues to enjoy sharing his experience to achieve the best possible outcomes for everyone.
• Class B Gas Fitter Certificate of Qualification
• Sheet Metal Trade Qualification
• Refrigeration Trade Qualification
• TECA Quality First™ Trainer