Thu, Apr 13|
Oak Park Village Hall - Council Chambers
Greening From the Ground Up: Integration of Ground Source Heat Pumps into Historic Buildings
Join local architectural engineer, Mark Nussbaum, for a talk about integrating geothermal energy into historically significant buildings.
Time & Location
Apr 13, 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM
Oak Park Village Hall - Council Chambers, 123 Madison St, Oak Park, IL 60302, USA
About the event
Speaker Mark E. Nussbaum, P.E. is the Founder and Principal at Architectural Consulting Engineers in Oak Park, Illinois. Mr. Nussbaum’s work includes heat pump systems at Unity Temple and Pleasant Home. This is a 45 minute talk followed by a 15 minute Q&A.
Mr. Nussbaum is currently a registered professional engineer in Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and Wisconsin. He has been in private practice since 1995. The two principal areas in which Mark works are: Historic Properties; and the integration of energy-efficient technologies including geothermal systems whenever possible. Mark also uses building science principles to support his evaluation of building envelopes, which helps him to identify environmental or systemic related issues that can impact the historic structure of a building or the collections housed within.
This event is hosted by the Village of Oak Park Historic Preservation Commission in collaboration with the Environment & Energy Commission.