Shawn Pepple • Construction Management • 2008-2009

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Thesis Research

Listed below are the texts I used for reseach during my Senior Thesis:

1. DADANCO. Active Chilled Beams. February 2009 <>

2. Penn State. Dedicated Outdoor Air Systems. February 2009 <>

3. TROX USA. Chilled Beam Design Guide. n.d.

4. ASHRAE. Standard 62.1-2007. 2007

5. High-Efficiency Wiring for Energy Savings. March 2009 <>

6. One Wire Size Up Means Big Savings. March 2009 <>


Listed below are the industry professional contacts i used for my Senior Thesis:

Jim Martinoski - Clark Construction

Erin Gardner - Clark Construction

John Neuenschwander - Clark Construction

Tom DeConcini - Clark Construction

Ed Suchodolski - Clark Construction

Mike Prinkey - Penn State

All Ketsnelson - Syska Hennessey Group

Albert Falherty - WSP Flack + Kurtz

Jeff Lepard - Tindall Corporation

Chris Kelleher - Tindall Corporation



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