June 10, 2016
10:30am - 3pm
693 Kinkaid Road
Annapolis, MD 21402
Members of NSA Annapolis, Baltimore Gas & Electric, and Constellation Energy will provide information about the plant itself and the specific energy conservation measures that were implemented at this site to make it such a successful project.
After presentation there will be a guided tour of the water treatment plant, central heating plant, and chilled water plant. This will be followed by a Q&A session at Rickover Hall.
The Naval Support Activity Annapolis has recently undergone an Utility Energy Service Contract (UESC) water conservation project that will reduce operation costs, reduce disposal costs, improve sludge removal, recapture filter backwash, reduce the amount of chemicals used, and reduce the overall energy consumption of the plant. These reductions should result in $1.5 million of annual savings. The project was completed with assistance from Baltimore Gas & Electric at NSA Annapolis.
This project is the first in a series of Naval District Washington’s regional contributions toward the Great Green Fleet initiative. This initial project has a 5 year payback and will provide significant savings after the upfront cost is paid back.
Yasin M. El-Mayta, PE, CEM, PMP, Energy Planner was born in Karak, Jordan. He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in civil engineering from the University of Houston, Texas. El-Mayta is a registered professional engineer (PE) in the state of Maryland and has more than 30 years of experience in civil engineering design and construction. Following the 2010 earthquake in Haiti he provided engineering support to recovery operations as part of the U.S. Joint Task Force Engineer.
El-Mayta serves as the Energy Planner with a portfolio consisting of 1,173 facilities, sitting atop 2,143 acres, encompassing 7.5M square feet and managed by a significant utility budget. Civil Engineering and Energy Planning responsibilities include engineering validation of strategy for full integration of energy and sustainability for existing and new military construction (MILCON) projects.Yasin supports real-life Midshipmen Engineering projects via Midshipmen Engineering Capstone Projects each year by providing a cross disciplinary team to research technologies requisite for establishing net zero ranges, heating an Olympic competition swimming pool with clean renewable solar-thermal energy and energy modeling and gasification of the waste stream generated from 4,500 Midshipmen and 1,500 faculty and staff turning municipal trash into a clean renewable energy source at the United States Naval Academy.
Kevin W. Jenkins, Public Works Department Annapolis - FMD Director
Project Manager - Capstone Corp. - NAVFAC Wash.Asset Management Surge Contract - Wash., D.C.
Senior Consultant - DuraBante - Project Manager for Constellation Energy - Baltimore, MD
Senior Consultant - Facility Master Planner for MD Army National Guard - Baltimore, MD
Senior Staff Officer - Director of Personnel - MD Army National Guard - Baltimore, MD
Army Engineer Officer - Brigade XO, Battalion CMDR & other military assignments - Maryland
High School Science Teacher - Cross Country & Track Coach - Charles County, Maryland
BA, Elementary Education & Secondary Science, Calif. Univ. of Pennsylvania, California, PA
MA, Reading Education & Secondary Science, Calif. Univ. of Pennsylvania, California PA
Army Command & General Staff College
Army Military Intelligence Advanced Officer Course
Army Engineer Advanced Officer Course
Army Engineer Basic Officer Course
CECOS (PWD, ADV PWD, FMD, Energy, Project Planning, MCON)
Energy Project Development - Chi Chiu (Acting IEM)Chi Chiu, CEM, CFEA graduated with a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineer degree from the University of the District of Columbia. Mr. Chiu was an energy manager from 1992 to 2012, and currently an energy analyst in the Utility and Energy Management (UEM) Division and acting as anSpeakers: Energy Project Development - Chi Chiu (Acting IEM) Installation Energy Manager. With more than 25 years of experience on energy, he was recognized by The Federal Executive Board in 1995 "Excellence in Federal Career" award, 1998 Department of Energy (DOE) Federal Energy Management Program "Pioneer of the month," and 2009 Association of the Energy Engineers (AEE) "Region II Energy Manager of the year" award. Additionally, he contributed significantly in the development USNA as one of the Navy's Energy Showcase Activity in 1994. He coordinated the demonstration of the residential natural gas heat pump project in 1996 and 200 KW Phosphoric Acid Fuel Cell projects in 1998. Mr. Chiu also instituted the practice of "partnering" with Baltimore Gas and Electric and Constellation Energy before the concept became popular since 2006. Mr. Chiu maintained his diligent work ethic and continues to demonstrate these characteristics of determination today.
Joseph Schoeberlein provides project management, control and support to various mechanically engineered projects within the Federal Energy Efficiency Division of Constellation Energy.
With 30+ years of experience within the Residential, Commercial and Industrial Construction Industry, Joe has served in many positions. From the beginning as an HVAC Technician, Gas Fitter, Energy Management Controls Contractor, Mechanical Construction Field Superintendent, to his present role as the Lead Project Manager for various Federal Energy Efficiency Projects.
As the lead Project Manager for the NSAA-Water Treatment Plant Water Conservation Project, Joe's responsibilities ranged from project estimation, procurement, proposal development, coordination, design and installation to include all facets of project execution from ground breaking to contract close out.
June 2016: AEENCC Luncheon Meeting – Tour of Naval Support Activity Annapolis
10:30 – 11:00 Check-In / Registration / Security / Networking
11:00 – 12:00 Lunch
12:00 – 12:30 Presentation
12:30 – 2:30 Tour
2:30 – 3:00 Q&A / Networking
Members of AEE - $30
Non-Members of AEE - $40
Student Chapter Members – Free
Catered Lunch – Provided by Drydock Restaurant (100% of Drydock proceeds benefit Midshipmen activities)