Deep Material Vetting (That Won’t Chew Through Your Design Budget)

BuildingGreen Webcast Learning Objectives: (1) Develop team-wide, client-responsive goals for material vetting that aim to mitigate occupant exposure and environmental toxicity. (2) Foster strong, long-term partnerships with manufacturers to streamline disclosure requests and follow-up calls. (3) Quick-scan disclosure tools such as HPDs, Declare labels, and MSDSes so you can get the toxicity data you need… More

Cost, Influence and the Triple Bottom Line

AIA Philadelphia – Design on the Delaware This panel conversation will look at the understood relationship of cost and influence in design and construction projects and pose a challenge to owners, designers and builders – embrace the increased value of influence in the project planning and post occupancy phases.   PRESENTERS Scott Kelly, AIA, LEED… More

Succesful Public Engagement Using the Design Charrette

2014 Synergis University Objectives: (1) Understand the process of facilitated architectural programming (2) Be able to use the Revit Conceptual Energy Analysis outputs to influence concept design (3) Know how the use of Revit can help facilitate charrette style designing (4) Use Revit to quickly understand and document complex information (5) Be able to describe… More