BasicPlumbingDesignApril 30 & May 1, 2020GOLD SPONSORSSILVER SPONSORS
American Society of Plumbing EngineersBUFFALO / NIAGARA CHAPTERBasic Plumbing DesignBasic Plumbing Design: Storm Sizing, Routing & CoordinationDomestic Cold Water SizingDomestic Hot Water SizingDomestic Heating Water Equipment Sizing and SelectionBasic Plumbing Design: Thursday, April 30th, 2020 8:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.Friday, May 1st, 2020 8:00 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.Sanitary Sewer Sizing, Routing & CoordinationNatural Gas Sizing, Routing & CoordinationPlumbing System CoordinationLOCATIONTewksbury Lodge, 249 Ohio St. Buffalo, NY, 14204The ASPE BUFFALO / NIAGARA CHAPTER will be providing a Basic Plumbing Design class. The course is tailored toassist new members to the plumbing design community the basics of plumbing design. Terminologies, trade tendencies,history of the profession, basic calculations, and several other critical areas of design will be covered. The class will consistof a total of 14 hours of training and each attendee will receive a Course Handbook and a certificate for 1.4 CEU’s.We will begin at 8:00AM, breakfast & lunch will be provided. (Arrive 15 minutes early for breakfast)Dinner will be hosted by Emerson Swan Thursday evening at Buffalo RiverWorks, 359 Ganson St, Buffalo, NY 14203COST 400.00 for ASPE Members 600.00 for Non-ASPE MembersA special rate of 260 plus a 190 membership fee is being offered for anyone who would like to take the course andjoin our local ASPE BUFFALO/NIAGARA Chapter. In addition, there will be a special 100 rate plus 30 membershipfor Students (enrolled in 12 credit hours of coursework). This will include the class and membership into the ASPEorganization.INSTRUCTORMichael Danielson, CPD of Reed, Wells, Benson & Co will be your instructor. Michael has been the EducationChairman for the DFW ASPE Chapter since 2006. Michael brings with him a wealth of experience in designing plumbingsystems in healthcare, municipal, multifamily, and institutional designs. of Reed, Wells, Benson & Co will be yourinstructor. Michael has been with RWB for 20 years and is the Department Head for Plumbing and Fire Protection.He has been the Education Chairman for the DFW ASPE Chapter since 2006. Michael earn his Bachelors of Science inMarine Engineering Systems from the United States Merchant Marine Academy in 1995. He brings with him a wealth ofexperience in designing plumbing systems in healthcare, municipal, multifamily, and institutional designs.MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:Gwynne Morrison, CPD, GPD, LEED AP, Education Chair – firstname.lastname@example.orgJoe Marohn, Treasurer – email@example.comSPONSORSGold: ASPE Buffalo/Niagara Chapter Emerson Swan Watts Architecture & Engineering Bradford WhiteSilver: WMS Watts Navien
American Society of Plumbing EngineersBUFFALO / NIAGARA CHAPTERBasic Plumbing DesignWhen you tell someone that you are a Plumbing Designer/Engineer, are they surprised and give you a strange look?They don’t see your tool belt or “plumber’s crack”. Today we are provided with an amazing opportunity to protect thehealth and welfare of the public through properly designing the plumbing systems being installed in our homes, schools,business and health-care facilities. Of all the trades, Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing, plumbing design is the onlytrade that is essential for life, providing clean drinking water and removal of waste water from our buildings. During thisbeginners class we will start the design process by reviewing and designing storm drainage systems, natural gas systems,domestic cold and hot water systems & sanitary sewer systems Along with reviewing how to properly coordinate theseutilities with the Architects and Structural Engineers.COURSES:Storm Sizing, Routing & Coordination – 2 HoursThis program will review the basics of storm drain pipe sizing, routing and coordination.Learning Objective:1. Properly size storm and overflow drain piping2. Properly select equipment needed within the storm drainage system.3. Correctly coordinate pipe routing with building and structure within the building4. Understand correct pipe material to be used based upon application and ground movementDomestic Cold Water Sizing – 2 HoursDomestic Hot Water Sizing – 1 HourDomestic Heating Water Equipment Sizing and Selection – 2 HourThe programs will review the basics of domestic water pipe sizing, routing and coordination.Learning Objective:1. Properly size domestic cold and hot water piping2. Properly select and size the domestic heating water equipment to fit specific projects.3. Correctly coordinate space allocations within the building4. Understand how to correctly size domestic hot water return systemsSanitary Sewer Sizing, Routing & Coordination – 2.5 HoursThis program will provide the basic plumbing design of sanitary sewer systems. The program will review the basics ofsanitary sewer pipe sizing, routing and coordination.Learning Objective:1. Properly size sanitary sewer piping2. Properly size sanitary vent piping3. Properly select equipment needed within the sanitary sewer system4. Correctly coordinate pipe routing with building and structure within the building5. Understand correct pipe material to be used based upon application and ground movementNatural Gas Sizing, Routing & Coordination – 1.5 HoursThis program will review the basics of natural gas pipe sizing, routing and coordination.Learning Objective:1. Properly size natural gas piping2. Properly select equipment needed within the natural gas system3. Correctly coordinate pipe routing with site utilities, building and structure within the buildingPlumbing System Coordination – 3 HoursThe program will review the basics understanding of coordination between trades and dealing with structural conflictswithin the building.Learning Objective:1. Review and discuss the continual coordination that must occur throughout design and construction2. How do deal with structural conflicts and correctly understanding limitations within the plumbing design3. Correctly coordinate pipe routing with building and structure within the building
American Society of Plumbing EngineersBUFFALO / NIAGARA CHAPTERBasic Plumbing DesignApril 30th and May 1stCOURSE :(Street)(City)(State)(Zip)Work Telephone: Cell:Email Address:ASPE Member:NOYES Member No:Yes, I am an ASPE member and I am enclosing a check for 400.Yes, I am an ASPE student member and I am enclosing a check for 100.No, I am not an ASPE member, but I would like to become a member of the Buffalo/Niagara Chapter with an applicationfee of 190 and attend a class at a new member discounted rate of 260. I am enclosing a check for 450.No, I am not an ASPE member, but I would like to become a student member of the Buffalo/Niagara Chapter with anapplication fee of 30 and attend a class at a new member discounted rate of 100. I am enclosing a check for 130.No, I am not an ASPE member. I only want to participate in this Plumbing Basic Design course, and I am enclosing acheck for 600.PLEASE PROVIDE EMAIL CONFIRMATION OF YOUR INTENT TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CLASS TO:Joe Marohn, Treasurer Jmarohn@emaersonswan.comMAIL APPLICATION AND PAYMENT TO (MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO: Buffalo/Niagara ASPE Chapter):Buffalo/Niagara ASPEEmerson Swan3121 Clinton St # 1Buffalo, NY 14224Phone: (817) 735-7308CANCELLATIONPlease note that a minimum class attendance is required in order for this class to proceed. If the minimum number of participants havenot registered prior to Thursday, April 23, 2020, the class will be cancelled. Buffalo/Niagara ASPE will fully refund registration feesonly if class is cancelled due to lack of participants. Buffalo/Niagara ASPE will not refund any applicants travel or lodging expensesdue to cancellation based on the aforementioned above. Registration fees only will be refunded if the applicant cancels prior toThursday, April 23, 2020.
Chapter Use OnlyAmerican Society of Plumbing EngineersMEMBERSHIPAPPLICATIONHQN076400 Shafer Court, Suite 350 Rosemont, IL 60018(847) 296-0002 Fax: (847) 296-2963 www.aspe.org firstname.lastname@example.org(Please Print or Type)INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE PROCESSED.Mr.Ms.MissPromo CODE: MBR2011Mrs.First Name (Nickname) Middle Name Last NameBirth Date: M/DCheck all that apply:/YI wish to affiliate with thePreferred Mailing AddressRESIDENCECPDChapter.CPDTGPDP.E.P. EngCertification (P.E.) StateGraduate EngineerLEED APCertificate No.CETOtherBranchBUSINESSRESIDENCE: Street Address City StateZIP PhoneE-mail (required) Business E-mail Cell PhoneBUSINESS: Organization Name Your Title PhoneStreet AddressCityOther organizations you are a member PEOtherEDUCATIONName of InstitutionCourse or MajorFromToGraduation DateDegree/DiplomaHigh SchoolCollege/UniversityTechnical SchoolOthersPROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE( This section must be completed as it affects membership grade classification. List chronologically, beginning with the present. Work description must be clear and concise: e.g., plumbing,piping, fire protection, HVAC, etc. Use additional sheet as necessary.)Class*Degree ofDate(Mo/Yr)FromToFirm Name and Address(see below)TitleDescription of WorkResponsibility*Classification of FirmA - Arch./Engr. or Cons. Engr.B - Govt. AgencyC - Mfr. or Mfr’s. Rep.D - Educ. Inst.E - ContractorF - Other (Explain)REFERENCESREMIT MEMBERSHIP DUES WITH APPLICATION(References should be in engineering profession. ASPE members preferred. ASPE reserves the right to contact references.)NameAddressTelephonePLUMBING ENGINEERING DESIGN HANDBOOKNew members (except students) receive one of four volumes of the this definitive collection of general plumbing practices. As an ASPE member you will be sentthe CD-rom unless you indicate preference for the softcover edition. If you would like both the CD-rom and softcover editions, please add 50 to your total tothe right.CD-ROMSOFTCOVERRENEWAL REMINDERI WOULD LIKE TO RECEIVE MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL REMINDERS AND SOCIETY RELATED IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS VIA TEXT MESSAGES.CERTIFICATION BY APPLICANTThe undersigned certifies that all statements made herein are correct and, if elected to the Society, agrees to adhere to the Society’s Bylaws and accept theClassification conferred by the Society. Upon becoming a member, the applicant will endeavor to advance the objectives of the Society and the plumbingengineering profession.Signature of ApplicantDateSponsor(Please Print)How did you hear about ASPE?Past MemberPlumbing Engineer MagazineColleague/EmployerASPE AppWebsiteOtherAmerican Society of Plumbing Engineers member dues are nonrefundable and not deductible as a charitable expense, but may be deductible as a business expense.* Contributions to ASPE Education (create education programs for membership) and Alfred Steele Scholarship (to award college scholarships) and PE Curriculum/Licensing (create future curriculum and licensing opportunities for membership) Funds are Strictly Voluntary and are not deductible as a charitable contributionbut may be deductible as an ordinary and necessary business expense.** Contributions to the ASPE Research Foundation are Strictly Voluntary and are tax deductible as a charitable contribution. Copyright 2017 American Society of Plumbing Engineers. All Rights Reserved.Member TypeAmount Amount DueFull 190 Associate 190 Affiliate 190 Special 190 Governmental 190 Student 30 PEDH CD & Book 50 ASPE Alfred SteeleScholarship Fund* 25 ASPE EducationProgram Fund* 25 PE Curriculum/LicensureFund* 25 ASPE ResearchFoundation** 25 TOTAL AMOUNT DUE Payment Information:Enclosed is my check payable to ASPE.Please charge my:Visa, MasterCardDiscoverAmerican ExpressCard #Exp Date:Signature:Date: Telephone:
IMMEDIATE MEMBER BENEFITSThe Plumbing Engineering Design Handbook: The most definitivecollection of general plumbing practices in the field of plumbingengineering. The ASPE Handbook consists of forty-seven chaptersdivided into four volumes. New members receive one of four volumesimmediately upon joining and the revised volume thereafter.Plumbing Engineer Magazine: Members immediately beginreceiving Plumbing Engineer magazine. This monthly magazinecovers a wide spectrum of topics important to the profession and todaily practices in the field.The ASPE Report: The Society’s bimonthly newsletter, incorporatedwith-in the Plumbing Systems & Design magazine, keeps membersabreast of Society activities and issues impacting the profession.Publication and Education Program Discounts: All publications,education programs, and other services and products of the Societyare offered at special discounted rates to ASPE members.COLLEGIAL INTERACTION AND NETWORKINGEvery ASPE member not only belongs to ASPE worldwide, but has theopportunity to belong to one of 60 Chapters organized throughoutthe United States and Canada. Chapters sponsor seminars, conductmonthly technical meetings, publish newsletters and offer specialpeer-to-peer and professional-to-professional interaction andnetworking opportunities.PROFESSIONAL GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENTThe ASPE Biennial Convention and Exposition is the premiereducational and professional development event for plumbingengineers and designers. The Convention features a comprehensiveprogram of educational, technical and professional developmentpresentations and seminars designed to enhance professionalknowledge and foster awareness of new techniques. The Expositionis the largest event dedicated entirely to the field of plumbingengineering.The ASPE Technical Symposium is offered in non-Conventionyears and provides a unique forum for the most comprehensiveand intensive half-day and full-day plumbing engineering designseminars and workshops avail-able anywhere. The “hands-on”workshops provide the plumbing engineer with information aboutnew developments in the industry and new techniques for practicalimplementation in the field.Technical Seminars and Workshops sponsored by ASPE offer oneor two-day programs conducted by leading industry professionals.Each educational program focuses on a specific area of plumbingengineering.Continuing Education Units (CEUs): ASPE offers the opportunityto earn Continuing Education Units at selected technical programsessions at the biennial Convention, the Technical Symposiumand at stand-alone Seminars and Workshops. CEUs are nationallyrecognized units of achievement that may be used as evidence ofincreased performance capabilities and for job advancement.The Society shall be open to anyone involved in, or having a specialinterest in, the design, specification or drawing of plumbing systems.Dues: Please choose the appropriate membership classification Copyright 2017 American Society of Plumbing Engineers. All Rights Reserved.and remit dues with this application. In the event the membershipclassification is changed, a corrected dues statement (or duesoverpayment refund) will be sent with your notice of election.MEMBERSHIP CLASSIFICATIONSMembership classification (Grade) will be conferred based on ArticleII of the ASPE Bylaws as follows:Full Member: Eight (8) years of experience in plumbing engineeringor related engineering field, a minimum of four (4) years of whichmust have been in a position of responsibility for the design ofplumbing systems or in a position of responsibility for the designof systems and components related to, or incorporated within,plumbing engineered and designed systems. A maximum of four(4) years of experience may be waived by the Society MembershipCommittee for: (a) Education: one-half (1/2) year for each completedyear in a curriculum related to plumbing engineering; (b) EngineeringRegistration: four (4) years for Professional Engineer registration in afield that includes plumbing engineering; (c) CPD certification: two(2) years. Dues: 190.Associate Member: Professionals engaged in plumbing designas consultants or engineers with fewer than eight years of industryexperience. Dues: 190.Affiliate Member: Any individual involved in the production ormarketing of plumbing products. Dues: 190.Retired Member: Any retired member with ten (10) years ofcontinuous membership in the Society who has reached the age ofsixty (60) years and is no longer active in the profession. Membersin this category will not receive Plumbing Engineering DesignHandbook materials and shall pay substantially reduced annualdues. Dues: 50.Special Member: Professionals in related fields, such as contractors,or those with a special interest in plumbing design whose professionalbackground do not match the requirements for any of the othercategories may apply for Special membership. Dues: 190.Governmental Member: Anyone employed by municipal, state, orfederal governments for one of the following reasons:A. Checking and/or inspection of plumbing plans and installations;B. The formulation of codes, rules, requirements and regulationspertaining to the planning, designing and installation of plumbingsystems, or any portion of a plumbing system;C. Research and development of plumbing systems design criteria.Exception: Persons employed by a government agency for thepurpose of designing and/or specifying plumbing systems, whoshall be eligible to be Full or Associate members, providedthey have fulfilled the experience required as outlined for eachrespective classification. Dues: 190.Student Member: Any individual attending a recognized university,college, community college, vocational, or technical trade schoolfull time or part time in a curriculum related to plumbing design.Student Members are considered to be an introductory level to theSociety. Student membership shall be limited to five (5) years afterwhich time the membership shall be upgraded to an applicablemembership classification as deemed appropriate by the Society.Other member classifications shall not be permitted to downgradeto a Student Member classification. Dues: 30.
Basic Plumbing Design Basic Plumbing Design: Thursday, April 30th, 2020 8:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. Storm Sizing, Routing & Coordination Domestic Cold Water Sizing Domestic Hot Water Sizing Domestic Heating Water Equipment Sizing and Selection Basic Plumbing Design: Friday, May 1st, 2020 8:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.