Speakers: Chris Benedict, Gina Bocra - LEED AP, Priscilla Richards
The Energy Code is an increasingly robust tool for improving energy efficiency in our buildings. This session will examine how far the existing code has come and identify the remaining barriers and limits. Speakers...
Speakers: John Amatruda, Sean Brennan, Kirsten Mariager, Shawn Torbert - LEED AP
New Yorkers are used to the noise of a construction crew in full swing. While those sounds remain the same, industry demands and requirements of today’s building products are changing rapidly, as...
This is a presentation for U.S. Department of Energy 2017 National energy codes conference July 18—20, 2017 Pittsburgh, PA. USA.
The slides presented a case study about the impact of carbon policy changes in NYC on the existing buildings and energy code in NYC....
These case studies from across the US illustrate how strategic decisions about land use and transportation can make communities more resilient from the ground up.
This seminar reviews the latest changes to the 2016 NYCECC. The course will include a summary of the substantive changes that have been made in the move from the IECC 2009 to the IECC 2015 Residential provisions and from the IECC 2012 to the IECC...
Construction of skyscrapers in central Melbourne should be supported because a big jump in CBD population has many benefits for residents including easy access to jobs, shops and entertainment, according to this report.
This interactive “Policy Tool for Renovation” facilitates the comparison and analysis of twelve renovation policy packages for residential buildings from Europe and the United States. Fourteen specially developed criteria have been developed, with the support of a panel of international experts, to enable this analysis....