Blackwater re-use pioneers share lessons learned on accelerating projects. Perspectives from architecture, planner, & design engineer efforts, Stanford's new demo center, & low-energy emerging tech.
Health and well-being has emerged as a critical performance dimension for green buildings. Today, practitioners are working to protect occupants from outdoor pollution, enhance cognitive performance, and provide comfort for occupants. Moving forward, we need match these intentions with measured outcomes using a new generation of tools.
Universal Design has broadened to address aspects of inclusion, health, and social equity, while continuing to champion smart design for people with disabilities. The panelists will discuss innovative approaches to practicing Universal Design that are simple, smart, and intuitive design concepts to create better environments for all building occupants.
As our cities expand and densify simultaneously, there is a need to design places to connect people to nature. This session articulates the need for biophilic interventions in urban places, offers good examples found in NYC and Phoenix, and suggests solutions you can take now to help in your city.
Learn the enriching science behind cognitive function and how physiology informs design to create spaces with healthy indoor environments for our children. Understand the linkage from the science, through to design strategies, and how rating system implementation can positively impact cognitive performance.
Zero net energy (ZNE) buildings and carbon (CO2) neutral campuses are becoming more prevalent. We will look at how a variety of institutions are achieving these goals, discuss data on national trends, offer first-hand experience in the pursuit of ZNE buildings and CO2 neutral campuses, and predict what's next.
During this session we will discuss the ways different cities across the U.S. are supporting the integration RH&C technologies into local markets. Panelists will talk about the methods they've used to analyze market opportunities, develop strategic partnerships, and advance thermal decarbonization programs and policies.
Harvard University and Google will share their experiences and lessons learned from being at the forefront of a national movement to make building materials healthier.
Continuous evolution of project types coupled with innovative partnerships between facility owners, utility companies, and IoT companies are transforming how we identify, achieve and sustain energy efficiency. Following this approach, MIT's Efficiency Forward Program has achieved savings of 55 Million kWh and 1.5 Million therms. Come learn how.
A revolution in technologies in both the parking and transportation industries offers parking asset owners the opportunity to steer and accelerate the adoption of sustainable and healthy mobility choices. See how Stanford University, Brookfield, and other owners are leading the transformation through the Parksmart All-In certification program.