Continuing Ed: Building Energy Benchmarking & Performance- Raleigh

The Energy Performance Circle: Energy analysis before day one and beyond


This session will present to attendees a variety of energy efficiency strategies and an in-depth study of overall impacts on building design. A general overview of energy modeling process and a methodology to integrate it into the design process will be reviewed. We will then look at the importance of establishing a methodology to objectively quantify how well buildings are performing against their energy goals. We will explore how to use data to make decisions on using resources to achieve original or new goals of building performance. Finally, this session illustrates building energy metabolism and how key design parameters impact the energy load pattern. Uncover how to apply energy conservation strategies early in design to achieve a lean energy diet.

Earn 4 HSW Hours

Cost: Early Prices $80 for members/$100 for non-members

Location: AIA NC Center for Architecture & Design
                  14 East Peace St, Raleigh, NC 27604


Presenters


Jeanne Huntsman,  AIA, LEED® AP BD+C,
is a Principal at The Weidt Group, providing energy consulting services, assisting design professionals and building owners in selecting optimal energy-saving strategies for their project goals and budgets. Ms. Huntsman has over 15 years of design and management experience in the construction industry. Previously, she was a project architect and office manager for an Illinois-based architectural firm where she designed specialized housing and healthcare projects. She received her Bachelor of Architecture from Iowa State University and is a frequent presenter to audiences such as AIA Iowa, AIA Chicago, Iowa Women in Architecture, Iowa Architecture Foundation, IAEE and USGBC.

 Renee Hutcheson FAIA, LEED® AP, is a Project Manager at The Weidt Group, providing energy consulting services, assisting design professionals and building owners in selecting optimal energy-saving strategies for their project goals and budgets. Ms. Hutcheson has over 25 years of working with designers, owners, and policy makers in helping advance energy efficiency in the built environment.  Previously, she spent 7 years with the State Energy Office as North Carolina’s first Energy Architect and 20 years in private practice where she managed a wide range of commercial and institutional projects.  She received her Master of Architecture degree from Virginia Tech and is a frequent presenter to audiences such as AIA North Carolina, regional AIA sections and other professional organizations.  She currently leads the AIA NC Committee on the Environment.

When
10/19/2017 12:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Where
AIA NC Center for Architecture and Design 14 East Peace Street Raleigh, NC 27604

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