AIA + 2030 Session IX only
The Hand-off + Staying in Shape: Operations, Maintenance + Education
Note Welcome Center location
Friday, May, 2nd 8am-Noon
Jason Malek, Siemens Building Technologies
Glenn Cattell, CCP, LEED AP BD+C, Horizon Engineering
Coffee/Tea & Conversation at 7:45 am, Session begins at 8:15
4LU/4HSW/4 GBCI CEUs
Location: Henry Ford Community College
Welcome Center (WC on campus map)
Free parking available in any student lot. Link to campus map:
Fee: $40 AIA/GBCI Members, $30 Associate/AIAS or AIA+2030 Alumni, $50 non-members
Design intent is important, but at the end of the day, how the building actually performs is really what matters. The closer the match between predicted and observed performance, the more likely a client will be happy. This session will explore the tools available to an architect to help match performance with expectations, including building commissioning, maintenance staff and occupant training, and building performance monitoring. Using building performance data to validate and improve on design and construction decisions will also be explored—providing a strong tool for iterative learning and innovation.
AIA+2030 Learning Objectives
- Explain the benefits of monitoring, evaluation, and education to design firms, clients, and building occupants.
- Explain and advocate for commissioning on projects.
- Instruct building maintenance and operations staff on optimizing building performance.
Contact: Jan Culbertson email@example.com
The series is locally sponsored by Henry Ford Community College, AIA Huron Valley and USGBC-DRC.