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AIA+2030 Skins: The Importance of the Thermal Envelope

  • Friday, December 13, 2013
  • 8:00 AM - 12:15 PM
  • Henry Ford Community College
  • 18

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  • AIA+2030 Alumni enrolled in the last AIA+2030 series, but want a refresher or missed a session.

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AIA + 2030 Session IV only
Skins: The Importance of the Thermal Envelope

Friday, December 13th   8am-Noon

Main Speakers:

Andrew Dunlap, AIA, CDT, NCARB, LEED AP 

Jared Lawrence,AIA

from the SmithGroup/JJR Building Technology Studio 

This session is sponsored by the Henry Company


Coffee/Tea & Conversation at 7:45 am, Session begins at 8:15   


                4LU/4HSW/4 GBCI CEUs        


Location:   Henry Ford Community College

                   Rosenau Board Room

                Andrew A. Mazzara Administrative Services and                           Conference Center (AS on campus map).

Free parking available in any student lot.  Link to campus map:

https://www.hfcc.edu/files/attachments/campus-a-map-directions-july2013.pdf


Fee:  $40 AIA/GBCI Members, $30 Associate/AIAS or AIA+2030 Alumni, $50 non-members



The AIA+2030 Professional Series helps design professionals create buildings that meet the ambitious energy efficiency goals of the 2030 Challenge. Ten, 4-hour sessions offer strategies to reach 60% reduction in fossil fuel greenhouse gas emissions, giving design professionals the knowledge and leverage to create next-generation, super-efficient buildings and provide firms with the skills that will set them apart in the marketplace.

Sessions assume participants have an intermediate understanding of the suite of energy efficiency strategies and technologies available to a design professional. Session information is cumulative and aims to provide an overall understanding of specific design strategies and how they can be integrated to provide optimal results. Regional case studies will illustrate concepts and lessons learned. Experts from both academia and active practice will lead the sessions. Participants will be provided tools to take back to their firms to help share and implement the knowledge and skills gained.

Contact:  Jan Culbertson jculbertson@a3c.com


Ten_session_overview_Learning_objectives2011.pdf

The series is locally sponsored by Henry Ford Community College, AIA Huron Valley and USGBC-DRC.

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