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Jeffrey Bodway

Senior Project Manager

SSOE , Inc.

Direct Phone: (248) ***-****       

Email: b***@***.com

SSOE , Inc.

1001 Madison Avenue

Toledo, Ohio 43624

United States

Company Description

Celebrating its 60th Corporate Anniversary this year, and 20th Anniversary of its Nashville office, SSOE, Inc. is an international design firm and ranks 8th among the nation's largest engineering and architecture firms (Building Design and Construction, 2... more

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Electrical Health Care Team Leader

SSOE , Inc.

Senior Electrical Engineer

SSOE , Inc.

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"To push for more energy efficiency, ...

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"To push for more energy efficiency, we have to make sure everyone understands how that is being achieved," says Jeffrey Bodway, electrical health care team leader for SSOE Inc."We have to have a buy in for the program from the hospital administrator on down," he says.

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Good hospital lighting systems , including energy efficient fluorescent ballasts, daylight controls, occupancy sensors and building automation system monitoring , often can shave 2 to 3 percent off the hospital's overall electricity energy use, according to Bodway.
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Another advantage of LEDs, according to Bodway, is that they typically last 20 years without replacement."For hospital facilities that run lights all the time, that really cuts back on maintenance, even over fluorescent lamps.But LED technology does require a mind shift, because we're talking about a printed circuit board, not a traditional lamp."To show clients the potential of the technology, Bodway often uses an LED fixture and lets the client turn it on and see how it performs."Talking and seeing lumens are two different things," he says.
8. Think Off-site
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"Changing the color of the roof to white can reduce heat load in the building," says Bodway.


Medical Construction & Design - DO IT LIVE / Modifying electrical infrastructure while maintaining hospital operations | SSOE in Publications

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Medical Construction & Design - DO IT LIVE / Modifying electrical infrastructure while maintaining hospital operations | SSOE Group's Jeff Bodway and Dan Meloche discuss how to modify or service a hospital building's electrical system while maintaining hospital operations.

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SSOE Group's Jeff Bodway and Dan Meloche discuss how to modify or service a hospital building's electrical system while maintaining hospital operations and how the impact of a planned shutdown on patients, staff, and visitors can be minimized.


"To push for more energy efficiency, ...

www.facilitiesnet.com [cached]

"To push for more energy efficiency, we have to make sure everyone understands how that is being achieved," says Jeffrey Bodway, electrical health care team leader for SSOE Inc. "We have to have a buy in for the program from the hospital administrator on down," he says.

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Good hospital lighting systems — including energy efficient fluorescent ballasts, daylight controls, occupancy sensors and building automation system monitoring — often can shave 2 to 3 percent off the hospital's overall electricity energy use, according to Bodway.
...
Another advantage of LEDs, according to Bodway, is that they typically last 20 years without replacement. "For hospital facilities that run lights all the time, that really cuts back on maintenance, even over fluorescent lamps. But LED technology does require a mind shift, because we're talking about a printed circuit board, not a traditional lamp." To show clients the potential of the technology, Bodway often uses an LED fixture and lets the client turn it on and see how it performs. "Talking and seeing lumens are two different things," he says.
8. Think Off-site
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"Changing the color of the roof to white can reduce heat load in the building," says Bodway.


Publications | Architects / Engineers / Managers © SSOE Group

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SSOE Group's Jeff Bodway and Dan Meloche discuss how to modify or service a hospital building's electrical system while maintaining hospital operations.


Syska Hennessy Group: Energy Related Articles

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"To push for more energy efficiency, we have to make sure everyone understands how that is being achieved," says Jeffrey Bodway, electrical health care team leader for SSOE Inc. "We have to have a buy in for the program from the hospital administrator on down," he says.

...
Good hospital lighting systems - including energy efficient fluorescent ballasts, daylight controls, occupancy sensors and building automation system monitoring - often can shave 2 to 3 percent off the hospital's overall electricity energy use, according to Bodway.
...
Another advantage of LEDs, according to Bodway, is that they typically last 20 years without replacement. "For hospital facilities that run lights all the time, that really cuts back on maintenance, even over fluorescent lamps. But LED technology does require a mind shift, because we're talking about a printed circuit board, not a traditional lamp. To show clients the potential of the technology, Bodway often uses an LED fixture and lets the client turn it on and see how it performs. "Talking and seeing lumens are two different things," he says.
...
"Changing the color of the roof to white can reduce heat load in the building," says Bodway.

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