Energy Modeling for the Small and Midsize Architecture Firm
November 9, 2010 – 6:00 – 8:00 pm
AIA San Francisco, 130 Sutter Street, Suite 600
With the development of LEED and other energy efficiency standards, energy simulation has developed tremendously over the last decade. It is becoming imperative that architects better understand the available tools so that they can make informed decisions throughout the design process. Given the complexity of energy modeling, this session will focus on how architects in small and mid-size firm can best use energy simulation. What types of questions should be answered with energy models? What types of energy modeling information is most useful, and when during design should it be used? What simulation tools are favored among small and mid-size firms? How do they develop expertise within their design teams and address budgetary constraints? A panel of Bay Area architects and designers, all of whom are noted for advances in sustainable design, will address these questions. Following the panel discussion, the presenters will be available for an extended question-and-answer session.
Philip Banta, Charlie Stott, David Scheer, & Stet Sanborn
For more information and moderator and panelist bios, see the AIA SF event site, here.
This is a FREE event.
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is there a powerpoint or video of that presentation?
There might be powerpoints available. I know a couple of the speakers, so I will try to check on that for you.