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Architectural Engineering and Construction Science

ASHRAE Design Team

The  ASHRAE Design Competition - HVAC System Selection encourages students with a solid HVAC base to use life cycle cost process to select the building HVAC system(s) as well as incorporate the sustainability process promoted by ASHRAE by integrating ASHRAE Standard 189.1-2009 - Standard for the Design of High-Performance Green Buildings, and the U.S. Green Building Council's LEED™ Rating System. The details of the completion are outlined on the ASHRAE website

Undergraduate credit is available for participation in this competition team. This is a three credit hour course offered in the spring semester under the course number ARE715. The coaches for this competition are Fred Hasler and Julia Keen.
2013, First Place:
  • Garrett Elder
  • Nathan Love
  • Nicholas Theimer
2011, Second Place:
  • Jordan Bartholomew
  • Sean Kolich
  • Elizabeth Ourecky
  • Kimberly Pierson
  • Curtis Whittit
2010, First Place:
  • Zachary Buckmiller
  • Matthew Kolins
  • Todd Kuno
  • Jared Palan
  • Nicole Vogt
  • Joel Wheeler
2009, First Place:
  • Kelly Griffith
  • James Newman
  • Phillip Podlasek
  • Darren Rottinghaus
2008, Second Place:
  • Kevin Chow
  • James Mahoney
  • Ashley Weekly
2007, First Place:
  • Kevin Chow
  • Brandon Damas
  • Jeremiah Fowler
  • Brandon Frey
  • Brendan Gleason
  • Benjamin Willey
2005, Second Place:
  • Nathan Boepple
  • Justin Claybrook
  • Keith Higgins
  • Christopher Kearney
  • Christopher McKee
  • Matthew Moore
  • Brandon Owston
  • Matthew Spencer
  • Matthew Waldo
  • Samuel Weaver


For more information regarding the ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers) Design Team, please contact:

Julia Keen
Kansas State University
Architectural Engineering and Construction Science
248 Seaton Hall
Manhattan, KS  66506
785-532-3575
jkeen@k-state.edu

Fred Hasler
Kansas State University
Architectural Engineering and Construction Science
249 Seaton Hall
Manhattan, KS  66506
785-532-3557
fhasler@k-state.edu