AIASWW/Cascadia Joint Dinner Meeting
Life Cycle Analysis is playing a greater role in the selection of building materials and the operation of buildings. The use of this process provides a clearer view of a building's impact on the environment, but also increases the complexity of its evaluation by encompassing the impacts of carbon footprint, health, energy use, water use, recyclability, and disposal. Both the living Building Challenge and LEED v4 require a greater focus on these issues through the Red List, Environmental Product Declarations, Health Product Declarations and product transparency.
Brian Court, Lead architect involved in product selection for the Bullit Center, the 6-story office building in Seattle's Capitol Hill built to the Living Building Challenge
Maurice Perigo, Capital Budget Assistant to the Governor, will summarize the new Life Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA) required for state-funded buildings that was issued under a recent governor's executive order.
Place: The Center for Urban Waters
Time: 5:30 to 8:30
Dinner and Bar
Cost: $40 AIA Members or Cascadia Members, $45 Non members
Forbo Flooring Systems
Tres West Engineers
Center for Urban Waters (View)
326 D Street
Tacoma, WA 98402