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Climate Change and the Built Environment
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Jun 15, 2021 9:00 AM
Event timezone is America/New_York



Admission Level Price Quantity
PART A - June 15, 2021 $60.00 Sales Ended
PART B - June 16, 2021 $60.00 Sales Ended
BOTH Sessions $100.01 Sales Ended
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Climate Change and the Built Environment
We are offering 2 half day sessions: via ZOOM Webinar:

Part A  Tuesday June 15, 2021

Courses

Case Studies in Engineering and Ethics
1.0 AIA LU-HSW/PDH / LA CES

Martin A. Schwartzberg, Attorney at Law
Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin

AIA 412ETH

9:00 am  10:00 am
This presentation follows a new approach involving presenting ethical dilemmas that arose in major projects.  The presentation focuses on actual case studies showcasing dilemmas that arise in the world of construction and how the key players involved reacted to the situation.  This program satisfies the ethics requirement for licensed professional engineers in New York.


Keeping up with the Code - an Update on all the Key Aspects of the NY City and NY State Building Codes
2.0 AIA LU-HSW/PDH

David J. Jacoby, Principal
SIMPSON GUMPERTZ & HEGER

AIA 431COD

10:00 am  12:00 pm
Receive a thorough update to all the new building code changes in the New York City and state Building Codes, both of with are based on the International Code Councils model codes.  Learn about the growing need to incorporate energy efficient design features for commercial, residential, and institutional/public works projects.

Learn about the International Code Councils code development process. Key changes to the International Building Code (IBC) will be reviewed as this is the model code being used in both the city and the state.  The basis for these changes will be discussed as well as the potential impact on building design practices.   The new requirements for structure and fire analysis will also be presented, including a discussion of the dangers of exterior insulation.

Concrete Grid Pavements
1.0 AIA LU-HSW/PDH / GBCI / LA CES

Daniel G. Moreland, LEED GA
BELGARD

AIA 316GRD  
USGBC: 90011186

12:00 pm  1:00 pm
This program examines the use of concrete grid paving systems on LEED projects. Attendees will learn of the advantages of these types of systems for green strategies involving stormwater control on sites. The features and benefits of this system make a compelling case for sustainable site paving applications.


Part B - Wednesday June 16, 2021
Courses


The Hempstead Plains Interpretive Center, a SITES Initiative Pilot Project
2.0 AIA LU-HSW/PDH / 1.5 GBCI / 2.0 LA CES

Constance D. Haydock, RLA, LEED AP,
President, Constance T. Haydock, Landscape Architect P.C.

AIA 233SITA
USGBC:   0090006381

9:00 am  11:00 am

Addressing the need to expand the Site Selection portion of the LEED rating system, the Sustainable Sites Initiative (SITES) is considering a new rating system outside the building skin, currently in its Pilot phase.   Learn about the difficulties faced by the pilot projects and how practitioners can use the SITES Guidelines and Benchmarks in their projects.

Developing Strategies for Zero Energy Buildings Through the Study of Sample Projects
2.0 AIA LU-HSW/PDH / GBCI / LA CES

Jean-Pierre Clejan, IGSHPA, NABCEP
Technology Executive, GreenLogic Energy LLC
   
AIA 382ZER
USGBC - Pending

11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Learn how to design buildings to leverage renewable energy, while minimizing operating costs and carbon footprint. In this advanced, interactive session  attendees will understand the strategies for designing zero energy buildings, through extensive case studies of both residential and commercial projects.
Explore the interaction between roof and site plans and how they affect solar output and overall system efficiencies.
Learn how roofing systems and solar installations can be married using best practices methods. Understand site plan requirements for geothermal HVAC ground loops and how to optimally place air source heat pumps.
Explore interactions between building envelope/layout and HVAC system/ground loop sizing and energy consumption.
Become familiar with Industry Best Practices for renewable energy optimized buildings.  Review case studies incorporating best practices renewable energy and efficiency elements

Location

ZOOM

Timezone: America/New_York
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Owner: DPC Continuing Education, Inc.
On BPT Since: May 25, 2016
 
DPC Continuing Education, Inc.
15166810057
info@dpcceinc.com


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