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Haglid Engineering was founded by Klas Haglid, P.E., R.A., in 1995. Our nationally and internationally recognized firm provides HVAC, mechanical and structural services for commercial and industrial properties.

Mr. Haglid holds over 150 approved patent claims in the United States, Canada and Pending World Patents for systems combining energy recovery devices with innovative controls that increase buildings’ efficiencies and reduce both owning and operating costs. By using state-of-the-art engineering coupled with manufacturing ingenuity and processes, we provide improved living and working conditions for people, while saving energy in a sustainable and green-build manner.

Mr. Haglid has been presented the Distinguished Service Award by ASHRAE. He served as Chairman of two ASHRAE Technical Committees: 5.5 Air-to-Air Energy Recovery and 7.8 Owning and Operating Costs. As an active ASHRAE member, he has moderated forums, presented many seminars on improving building operations, reducing operating costs, and meeting codes, and has published dozens of articles on energy recovery and building-related HVAC topics.

Haglid Engineering has worked internationally to help developing Eastern Block Countries operate their factories more effectively and efficiently. Haglid Engineering provides energy efficient retrofits and solved many different HVAC challenges that help improve people’s productivity, comfort and personal environments for living.

Mr. Haglid is Licensed as a Professional Engineer or Registered Architect in the following States:
Delaware, Hawaii, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania

NCEES National Record Holder Number: 19754

Drexel University graduate, award-winning engineer, and patent holder, Klas Haglid, P.E., R.A. is Principal of Haglid Engineering. His nationally and internationally recognized firm provides HVAC, mechanical and structural services for com mercial and industrial properties.

Klas served as Chairman of two ASHRAE Technical Committees – 5.5 Air-to-Air Energy Recovery and 7.8 Owning and Operating Costs. As an active ASHRAE member, he has not only moderated forums and seminars and presented many seminars on improving building operations, reducing operating costs, meeting codes and has published dozens of articles on energy recovery and building -related HVAC topics. Klas has been presented the Distinguished Service Award by ASHRAE.

Having worked in Central Research for E.I. DuPont and was involved with cutting edge research for wide variety of new product development projects and also providing forensic evaluations of issues with ongoing plant operations. As staff consultant for Atlantic Electric and The United States Department of Energy’s Ecolinks Project, Haglid Engineering & Associates has worked internationally to help developing Eastern Block Countries operate their factories more effectively and efficiently. Haglid Engineering & Associates provides energy efficient retrofits and solved many different HVAC challenges that help improve people’s productivity, comfort and personal environments for living.

Klas holds more than 150 patents in the United States, Canada and Pending World Patents for systems combining energy recovery devices with innovative controls that increase buildings’ efficiencies and reduce both owning and operating costs. By using state-of-the-art engineering coupled with manufacturing ingenuity and processes, we provide improved living and working conditions for people, while saving energy in a sustainable and green-build manner. Klas is married and has two kids and enjoys helping to make the world a better place with sustainable engineering and architecture for the generations to come.

Licensed as a Professional Engineer or Registered Architect in the following States:
Delaware, Hawaii, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania
NCEES National Record Holder Number: 19754

Admiral Insurance Company
AT&T
C.R. Bard, Inc.
Chubb Group of Insurance Companies
CNA Insurance Company
Corning
Department of Energy
Department of Veterans Affairs
Drexel University
Franklin Mills Mall
Glatt Air Techniques Inc.
Hope Owners Warranty
J.P. Morgan
Legion Insurance Company
Marty’s Reliable Cycle
Mt. Hawley Insurance Co.
Network Personal
Novartis AG
One Beacon Insurance
Pacific Center for High Technology Research
Proformance Insurance
RLI Insurance
Sheraton
State Farm Insurance Company
Stryker Orthopedic
The Burlington Insurance Company
The Travelers Indemnity Company
U. S. Inspect
Utica National Insurance Group
Westin
YMCA (Red Bank, NJ and Brewton, AL)

Americas Savings Bank
Atlantic Electric Company
Chanel
City and County of Honolulu
Connective Energy Solutions
Delvin Gymnastics
Department of Justice – Delaware
Donegal Insurance Company
First Union Securities
Franklin Mutual Insurance Company
Hartford Insurance Company
Invision Technologies
Johnson & Johnson
Macy’s
Merchants Mutual Insurance Co.
Nationwide Insurance
NJIT
NYIT
Penn National Insurance
PMA Ins. Group
Residential Warranty
Selective Insurance Company
Shoprite
Stone & Webster
TASA Group
The FMI Companies
Tiffany & Co.
University of Hawaii
Vermont Property and Casualty
Yale University
Zurich Insurance

BOMA Award

The Building Owners and Managers Association’s (BOMA) award for Building Energy Reduction was received by Avidan Management, owners and managers of industrial and commercial real estate. 145 Talmadge Road is a 656,000 sq. ft. warehouse and office complex in Edison, New Jersey. The reduction plan consisted of a solar project consisting of 17,745 solar panels; along with an energy reduction plan consisting of a 20,000 cfm, BPE Energy Recovery Ventilation (ERV) system; high speed doors for refrigerated and freezer areas; controls for a 1,222 ton refrigeration plant; and additional energy reduction measures that were designed by Ha glid Engineering, Inc. This resulted in the building being successfully retrofitted to become a power producing facility on peak summer days. It was completed in April 2011, making it the largest roof-top mounted installation in the country at the time.

EBie Award

145 Talmadge Rd. Edison, NJ was also nominated for an EBie award. On June 28th, Mr. Haglid received the award from the USGBC. This is an award presented by the Urban Green Council to those who have made a remarkable environmental improvement to existing buildings. 145 Talmadge was able to be Net Zero, or net power producing on very hot summer days, even with a 1,222 ton refrigeration plant, by recovering British Thermal Units (Btu) through energy recovery supplied by BPE along with a host of other energy reduction plans. This incorporated with a solar panel array ac tually allowed this massive industrial complex to be Net Zero, or net power producing.

Existing Buildings account for more than a third of the nation’s greenhouse gas emissions and 85 percent are expected to remain in use in 2030 so working towards making them sustainable is extremely important for future generations. Haglid Engineering was 1 of 14 finalists in a competition that started with 67 entries. Nominated in the “Reformed Gas Guzzler” category, the Talmadge Project is being recognized for having one of the highest percentages of energy savings!

Hosted by the Urban Green Council, USGBC New York, the EBies™ is an annual award ceremony that recognizes significant increased environmental performance in existing buildings among building operators, facilities managers, owners, engineers, retro- comissioning agents, and other professionals who conceived and implemented the work. Focus areas include energy, water, operations, lighting, landscaping, as well as effective energy use education. A complete list of the EBie Award categories can be found at www.Ebies.org. Entries for these awards were accepted for projects anywhere in the continental United States via the EBies website. An independent EBie Award Jury representing leading owners, building operators, designers, academia, and government selected the finalists and winners.

Why the EBies? There are already important awards that recognize sustainable design in new buildings. But from an environmental standpoint, the biggest impact lies in improving existing buildings, which comprise 95 percent of America’s building stock. Until the EBies, there was virtually no recognition for this critical sector. For each winning entry, Urban Green Council will award an EBie to the individual most responsible for making the project happen, as well as recognize his or her key team members.

This year’s EBie awards, the 1st Annual Ceremony, was held at the Hard Rock Cafe in New York City on June 28th.

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