Energy modeling measures and improves what an architect designs to minimize the life cycle costs of utility bills and equipment. It is an open conversation for what a building could become when all disciplines work together. Often, energy modeling is one of the most valuable tools during the early (or sometimes later) design phase of a building for optimizing the building envelope and mechanical system design. The pre-design stage is the perfect time to start thinking about energy modeling for energy efficiency.
Experienced engineers will help architects gain deeper insight into energy modeling and its benefits, fully realizing the maximum energy benefits in their future designs. This 1-hour course is an approved continuing education course for an AIA HSW, LEED AP BD+C, or a general credit hour. We expect this course to reach the maximum attendance allotment. Please register today.
Housing Advocacy Committee (HAC) August Meeting
Wednesday, August 4, 2021 12:00 pm
The Housing Advocacy Committee (HAC) addresses affordable housing and homelessness in the state of Minnesota. Architects can play a key…