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AIA+2030 Putting It All Together: Achieving 2030 Goals On The Project and At The Office

  • Friday, June 06, 2014
  • 8:00 AM - 12:15 PM
  • Siemens Industry, Inc Plymouth Township
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  • AIA+2030 Alumni enrolled in the last AIA+2030 series, but want a refresher or missed a session.

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AIA + 2030 Session X 

Putting It All Together: Achieving 2030 Goals On The Project and At The Office 

Note NEW location for our FINAL session!

Friday, June, 6th   8am-Noon

Speakers:

Jim Nicolow, AIA, Lord Aeck & Sargent 

Athony Offak, RA, Albert Kahn Associates

Bonnie Bona, AIA and Peggy Matta, AIA will report on the Detroit and Ann Arbor emerging 2030 Districts.

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


                4LU/4HSW/4 GBCI CEUs        


Location:   

Siemens Industry, Inc.

Infrastructure & Cities Building Technologies Division

45470 Commerce Center Drive Plymouth Township

We will meet in the Training Room    


Fee:  $40 AIA/GBCI Members, $30 Associate/AIAS or AIA+2030 Alumni, $50 non-members.  Series Attendees may bring guests for free (but please have them register)

Get started meeting the 2030 Challenge in this session by: Bringing 13 months worth of your office's utilties to input into Energy Star Portfolio Manager OR bring one years worth of utility data of a renovation project to use target finder to set your baseline and energy use target.

Session Description:  Success with advanced energy performance projects requires not only a detailed understanding of the individual strategies involved, but also a strategic understanding of the architect’s role in the design and construction process and how to orchestrate an already dauntingly complex process. This session revisits the integrated design and target creating process, and then looks outward to contextualize the architect in the larger environment of the project andundefinedequally importantundefinedthe firm. Key to the success of the 2030 Challenge is movement from learning to action. This session will examine the movement from in-class exercise to on-site implementation. Additionally, the session will provide tools for helping your firm institutionalize the creation of high-performance buildings and becoming a change agent within your community.

AIA+2030 Learning Objectives

  • Set energy performance targets early to inform design objectives.
  • Justify the inclusion of integrated energy efficiency strategies in projects.
  • Teach other design professionals in their firm and community about advanced energy efficiency strategies for buildings.

    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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