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AIA+2030 Right-sized: Equipment and Controls for Super-efficient Building System

  • Friday, March 07, 2014
  • 8:00 AM - 12:15 PM
  • Henry Ford Community College
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Registration

  • AIA+2030 Alumni enrolled in the last AIA+2030 series, but want a refresher or missed a session.

Registration is closed

AIA + 2030 Session VII only

Right-sized: 
Equipment and Controls for Super-efficient Building Systems

Friday, March 7th,   8am-Noon

Main Speakers:

Christopher Schaffner, PE, LEED Fellow, The Green Engineer, Inc. (via live web conferencing)

Brian Runde, PE, Peter Basso Associates

James Paul, PE, Peter Basso Associates

Engineers can attend for free with an Architect!

Coffee/Tea & Conversation at 7:45 am, Session begins at 8:15   


                4LU/4HSW/4 GBCI CEUs        


Location:   Henry Ford Community College

                   Rosenau Board Room

Andrew A. Mazzara Administrative Services and Conference Center (AS on campus map).

Free parking available in any student lot.  Link to campus map:

https://www.hfcc.edu/files/attachments/campus-a-map-directions-july2013.pdf


Fee:  $40 AIA/GBCI Members, $30 Associate/AIAS or AIA+2030 Alumni, $50 non-members


Session Description: After designing for maximum passive use of site resources and mitigating energy loads, the next step to a breakthrough building is properly sized equipment and employment of advanced controls. This session will explore the concept and application of designing and specifying equipment and controls for buildings that need mechanical intervention only during periods of peak demand. Systems such as hybrid natural-mechanical ventilation systems and other approaches to engineering a mechanical system to be as small (efficient) and effective as possible will be explored.

AIA+2030 Learning Objectives

  • Apply right-sizing after passive energy conservation strategies.
  • Utilize controls to optimize the efficiency of equipment.
  • Enumerate energy efficient strategies to maintain occupant comfort.

Contact:  Jan Culbertson jculbertson@a3c.com


The series is locally sponsored by Henry Ford Community College, AIA Huron Valley and USGBC-DRC.

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