Scott Shell is an internationally recognized expert on designing high-performance and zero net energy (ZNE) buildings. And he is based right here in the Bay Area, at San Francisco architecture firm EHDD Architecture.
The video is hosted on the aecKnowledge website here.
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by Anna LaRue
current events, energy
Tags: aia sf, budgeting, building green, construction economics, cost, cost of getting to zero, cote, davis langdon, high performance buildings, living buildings, peter morris, seaonc, sustainability
The Cost of Building Green
Co-sponsored by AIA SF Committee on the Environment (COTE) and Structural Engineers Association of Northern California (SEAONC)
February 8, 2011 (Tuesday)
6:30 PM – 8:00 PM
AIA San Francisco, 130 Sutter Street, Suite 600
Peter Morris will be addressing ‘the cost of getting to zero’, looking at both Davis Langdon’s cost experience with very high performing and living buildings, and at strategies for budgeting these goals to ensure that they can be incorporated early in the project.
Peter Moriss is a Principal with Davis Langdon, an international Construction Consulting firm. Peter heads the company’s research group, with a particular focus on construction economics and sustainability. He has served as a member of the USGBC Research Advisory Committee since its establishment in 2006, and as its chair from 2008.
The event is free. More info and links to RSVP here.
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