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LG VRF Technology Seminar

Wednesday, May 30th, 2018
3 Sessions – Breakfast, Lunch and Happy Hour with food by the following food trucks:

• 10 am – 7 pm “Asian Invasion”
• 10 am – 2 pm “Bushel & Peck”
• 2 pm – 7 pm “Freedom Truck”

Engineering Ethics Training

Monday, June 11, 2018
Lunch at 11:15 am
Session at 12 pm – 2 pm

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TMS Johnson’s Learning Center 

GRAND OPENING on MAY 30th, 2018!

LG VRF Technology Seminar

On Wednesday, May 30th, 2018 – Join TMS Johnson and LG for a in depth look at the current state of VRF technology and the wide range of applications currently benefiting from the efficiency and simplicity of these systems. VRF continues to grow in the US HVAC market at a significant rate in comparison to traditional systems. The growth in VRF is due to the wide range of applications and the ease of system design. During the hour-long seminar, you will learn about the current tech in VRF equipment, the types of projects to apply VRF to, and why LG should be the basis of design on all your upcoming VRF projects.

Come prepared to learn. The seminar will be presented by Marty Brinton an Application Engineer from LG. Marty will focus on the engineering principles that drive quality VRF projects, specifically those in low ambient climates such as Minnesota.

Immediately following the seminar please stick around for a hands-on walkthrough of the newly opened LG Applied Rep Training center. You will have the opportunity to touch, see, and control three different VRF systems.

Who should attend? Consulting engineers and designers who are engaged in utilizing VRF equipment on current and upcoming projects. Mechanical contractors involved in VRF design-build projects, or those that want to learn more about why VRF is being
used on plan-and-spec projects.

What will you learn? The presentation will include detailed information on VRF technology and how to utilize that technology in markets like Minnesota where low ambient conditions have in the past made it difficult to do so.

Click the button to view our flyer on this event – Download LG Flyer

Just Announced—We will have 3 Food Trucks in Attendance During the Seminars!


• 10 am – 7 pm “Asian Invasion”
• 10 am – 2 pm “Bushel & Peck”
• 2 pm – 7 pm “Freedom Truck”

Our Happy Hour session will feature a “Mixology Experience” by LiquidMotion with hand-picked custom cocktails from 5pm-7pm.

TMS Johnson in partnership with IDOM

presents

Engineering Ethics Training – 2 Sessions

TMS Johnson Training Center
Monday, June 11, 2018
Lunch at 11:15 am
Session at 12 pm – 2 pm

2nd Sessions Added – Afternoon Session

3:15 pm – 6:00 pm

Kristine A. Kubes is the principal of the Kubes Law Office, PLLC, serving design and construction professionals. She concentrates her work on professional liability defense/ litigation, contracts, and proactive construction counseling, which involves addressing and cooperatively resolving project management, risk management, payment and surety issues. Integrated with her legal practice, Kristine is a qualified neutral who mediates construction and design disputes.

A graduate of the College of St. Catherine and the University of Minnesota Law School, Kristine is the Chair-Elect of the American Bar Association Forum on Construction Law. Kristine is a frequent lecturer on legal issues in design/construction and on professional liability and ethics for the design professional. She is an affiliate member of ACEC, AIA, and ASID. Governor Pawlenty appointed Kristine to serve as a public member on the MN State Board of AELSLAGID in 2005; she served as the Board’s Chair from 2009 to 2011 and completed eight years of service on the Board in 2013.

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