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Alex Meaney
Company name: Mean HVAC Consulting and Design LLC
Position: HVAC Design Consultant, Trainer, and Designer
Alex Meaney is an HVAC design consultant, trainer, and designer. He formerly worked as a senior trainer for MiTek before starting his own design/consultation business called Mean HVAC Consulting and Design. Alex has done extensive training work and now travels quite frequently to educate HVAC professionals about building science and system design.
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Getting Your Foot in B.S. – A Beginner’s Guide to Getting Into Building Science
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ACCA Manuals in the Real World
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How to Value Engineer Better w/ Alex Meaney
By:Alex MeaneyBryan Orr In this episode, Bryan and Alex Meaney talk about value engineering. They discuss what it means to value engineer better when it comes to construction projects. Value engineering is about finding ways to reduce the costs of a project. However, we don't want to do a bad job or use extremely cheap […]
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How to Get The Most From Online Education
By:Alex MeaneyBryan Orr Alex Meaney from MiTek/Wrightsoft joins us again because he’s an awesome trainer and knows a thing or two about how to more out of online education for the trades. During the COVID-19 pandemic, we've seen a dramatic shift from in-person to online education. The transition has been hard on students and educators […]
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HVAC Design Mythbusting #LIVE
By:Alex MeaneyBryan Orr Alex Meaney from MiTek/Wrightsoft joins us at AHR 2020 to talk about some HVAC design myths and how to bust them in your mind. It was a really fun talk with a great guy. One common HVAC design myth worth busting is that we can use a set friction rate with a […]
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