Join Scott Bowman as he discusses how to understand Risk Management in Sustainable Design.
Design and construction is risky, and it is important to make sure that risk is distributed fairly between all parties in the process; Owners, Developers, Architects, Engineers, Consultants, and Contractors. Sustainability also comes with risk, and some unique aspects that deserve special attention. Sustainability also amplifies some age-old communication issues that have been with the design world since Pharaohs first asked for pyramids! This session will look at both new and old issues and how they can be managed within the new lens of sustainability
Join Scott Bowman as he discusses LEED v4.
LEED v4 is a significant advance in this premier sustainability standard. While there has been much spirited discussion about major changes to the Materials and Resources credits, as well as ongoing controversy over sustainable wood, less controversial (in fact, quite logical) changes to other credits will have even more impact on projects.
This program will focus on how LEED v4 will affect the mechanical, electrical, and commissioning aspects of projects. Designers need to communicate and manage expectations of their clients, and knowing this aspect of the project will be an important component of that message. Know what your engineers are concerned about before they ask!
Many prerequisites and credits will be discussed and changes noted. However, this presentation will go beyond information to critical analysis informed by significant past experience and ongoing discussions, addenda, and corrections.
In this course you will learn what Building Information Modeling (BIM) is and how it differs from the traditional AEC process. Understand the impact it is having on sustainability and how it can be used on existing projects.
This course instructor is Rebecca Parish. Rebecca is a LEED-accredited Adjunct Professor for the Master of Science in Sustainable Design Program at Philadelphia University's College of Architecture and the Built Environment.
In this course you will learn what Integrative Project Delivery (IPD) is and what it takes to make it succeed. You will discover how it differs from Traditional Project Delivery (TPD) and things to watch out for when considering building sustainable.
Jan Russell has over 25 years in the commercial and industrial construction sector with 15 years in project management. Jan holds a Master Certificate in Project Management from Villanova University, is a Green Advantage Certified Practitioner™, a Green Specialist™, and a licensed electrical contractor.
AIA CES 1 LU/HSW
In this course the participant will learn what Building Commissioning is and what it’s not. You will also understand why a building should be commissioned, what the commissioning team roles are, how the commissioning process integrates with a normal project and the steps and goals it takes.
A.J. Speicher holds a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Villanova University and a B.S. degree in mechanical engineering from The Pennsylvania State University. He is a registered professional engineer in Pennsylvania and a Certified Energy Manager, LEED Green Associate.
AIA CES 1 LU
We have an opportunity and an obligation to deliver high performance buildings that take into account the long-term impact of both the occupants in the space and the surrounding environment. In this session, we review updates to the LEED v.4 rating system with special attention to New Construction. A summary of each credit update will be addressed.
Sara Greenwood is a sustainability consultant with over 12 years of experience. Her expertise and
insight into emerging green building practices and technologies provide a unique perspective. She has supported USGBC National to inform updates to the LEED rating system
over the past two updates, participated on the LEED Steering Committee, served as one of a few
LEED project reviewers for the Green Building Certification Institute and volunteered on the
Planning Committee for the Greenbuild Expo in 2012.
AIA CES 1 LU/HSW
In this course you will learn all the necessary steps when designing sustainable buildings. This course covers all the questions and design thought process that should be considered when working with clients in designing sustainable buildings.
Joseph Parisi is the Sustainability Program Manager for the MidAtlantic Region of GSA’s Public Buildings Service. In this role he manages various initiatives, including the LEED Volume Certification, green leasing, green purchasing, waste diversion and utility rebate programs for the Federal inventory of buildings across six MidAtlantic states. Joe is an EIT, a LEED AP and a Certified Energy Manager. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Villanova University and a master’s degree in sustainable design from Philadelphia University.
AIA CES 1.5 LU/HSW
This course discusses the LEED® v4 Indoor Environmental Quality Lighting Credits. These credits include Interior Lighting, Daylight, and Quality Views. This course is first in a series that will discuss the ins and outs of obtaining these credits and the lighting techniques needed to achieve them. We will review all 3 categories and discuss the basics in this first course.
Jan Russell has over 25 years in the commercial and industrial construction sector with 15 years in project management. Jan holds a Master Certificate in Project Management from Villanova University, she is a Green Globes Professional® as wall as a Guiding Principle Compliance Professional®, a Green Advantage Certified Practitioner™, a Green Specialist™, and a licensed electrical contractor.
AIA CES 1 LU/HSW
This course picks up where the Introduction course left off and will go
deeper into contracts, IPD teams, and a more in depth look at what it takes
to make your sustainable project successful. Check back soon for schedule.
This course will cover all the Energy Star Programs so you can reduce your energy use.
We will also teach you how to use the Portfolio Manager Tool.