Friday September 5 from 5:00
PM to 7:00 PM EDT
Army Navy Country Club
1700 Army Navy Drive
Eric Oliver, PE CEM LEED-AP, and Managing Director of EMO Lilker Energy Solutions - the Sponsor of our Fall Social Event, will spend a few minutes discussing the LEED - Silver Club House and his firm's role as consultant and commissioning agent. Eric is a former President of our Chapter and has served on the Board of the National Capitol Region Chapter of the US Green Buildings Council. He holds a Bachelor of Architecture and a Master's in Building Technology from MIT.
His company, Lilker EMO, provided the LEED fundamental and enhanced commissioning as well as the LEED consulting for the new four-story Clubhouse which includes sports shops, meeting rooms, a lounge and bar, food service kitchens, administrative offices, locker rooms and loading and receiving facilities. The building has a total gross area of 95,965 sq ft. served by gas fired boilers and frictionless chillers. A series of fan powered VAV boxes with electric reheat coils serves the perimeter spaces while shut-off type VAV boxes serve the interior.
History of the Army Navy Country Club
Established in 1924, Army Navy Country Club is a private, member-owned recreation facility. The Club draws its membership primarily from Active Duty and Retired commissioned U.S. Military Officers and Warrant Officers. These officers represent all services and range in rank from Second Lieutenant and Ensign to General and Admiral. ANCC is also home to a number of civilian members many of whom have served in our nation's government. Since its ground breaking ceremony at the current Arlington site on 5 August 1927, members have included Major General John A. Lejeune, USMC; Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, USN; General Omar Bradley, USA; and Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, Richard M. Nixon and William J. Clinton.
Friday, September 5th: Fall Social Event at Army Navy Country Club - Arlington