Technical Webinar - Building Electrical Load Calculations and Electrical Utility Load Forms


Building Electrical Load Calculations and Electrical Utility Load Forms by Chad Kurdi, P.E.

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  • Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • United States

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  • Starts 05 June 2020 08:00 AM
  • Ends 06 August 2020 05:00 PM
  • All times are America/Chicago
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Chad Kurdi, P.E.

Chad Kurdi, P.E.


Electrical Load Calculations from Utilities

Abstract: Performing building electrical load calculations to size electrical service entrance equipment, power distribution systems, back up generators, electrical utility service transformers and electrical rooms has always been an engineering challenge. This presentation will explore the building electrical load calculations based on NEC2020 Article 220, track the calculations during SD, DD, CD & CA phases and  compare/contrast the calculations with the electrical utility load forms.


Mr. Kurdi has been serving the electrical industry for over 28 years as a Consulting Engineer, Electrician, and Trainer. His consulting experience includes designing power distribution systems, lighting systems, technology systems, and safety & security systems for government, commercial, and residential buildings. As an Electrician, Mr. Kurdi has experience in laying out, installing, and maintaining electrical systems for buildings. Mr. Kurdi’s training experience includes teaching electrical code, electrical wiring & maintenance, electrical design & analysis, and electrical estimation & project management. Mr. Kurdi holds BSEE from Birzeit University and Master of Education Degree (MED) from the University of Minnesota. Mr. Kurdi is licensed Professional Engineer in 30 states and licensed Class A Master Electrician in Minnesota. Mr. Kurdi is the creator of 11-year old “Electrical Professionals” YouTube Channel dedicated to sharing Electrical Engineering & Construction technical skills & knowledge with people from all over the globe.