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Live Webcast: The Impact of Interactions: Architectural Form, Building Enclosure Design, and Energy Performance

RDH Building Science Laboratories

Tuesday, 17 May 2016 from 5:45 PM to 7:15 PM (EDT)

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Registration Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Webcast - Individual Registration
This registration is for an individual participant who does NOT require continuing education credits or a certificate.
Ended US$25.00 US$0.00
Webcast - Individual Registration + Credits/Certificate
This registration is for an individual participant who would like to receive continuing education credits/certificates (AIA or other).
Ended US$37.50 US$0.00
Webcast - Small Group Registration
This registration is for one login, for one small group (2-4 people) to view together from a single location. It does NOT include certificates or AIA credits (see "+ Credits/Certificates" below).
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+ Credits/Certificates for Small Group Members
This add-on is for Small Group Members (purchase registration above). Each add-on provides access to a brief quiz for one person. The quiz must be completed to receive a certificate or AIA credits.
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Event Details

form and enclosureMuch is known about individual factors that can improve a building’s energy performance. Less is known about the combined or relative impact of different factors.

This presentation describes a research project to assess the impact of architectural form and enclosure parameters on energy efficiency in multi-unit residential buildings (MURBs).

Results suggest that architects and other designers should consider a building’s architectural form and enclosure design together, in order to evaluate potential trade-offs and maximize energy performance.

Presenter: Steve Kemp

 

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 AIA CES Approved!

This presentation is approved for AIA CES credits. Please review the registration options carefully and ensure that you have provided your AIA member number. 

 

Learning Objectives:

  1. Recognize key form factors that can impact energy performance in multi-unit residential buildings.
  2. Recognize key aspects of the building enclosure that affect energy performance in MURBs.
  3. Understand the relative performance impact between windows, walls and building form.
  4. Understand how architects and other designers can improve energy performance by considering interactions between architectural form and the building enclosure.

 Other Details:

  • Approved for 1.5 AIA LU/HSW credits. Certificates may also be used for self-reported continuing education requirements for many other organizations.
  • Course format is instructor-led distance education (live webcast). Live webcasts are time and date specific. If you miss the live event, there will be no refunds. However, a recording of the event will be made available to participants for a limited period. Please see the FAQs for more information.
  • You can purchase an individual registration or a small-group registration (for up to 4 people to view from the same physical location using one login). If you or members of your group would like certificates or AIA credits, please select a "+Credits/Certificate" option. Discounted rates for larger groups (20+) are also available.
  • You will receive email instructions to login to the webcast for this event; please ensure that you provide a current email address.
  • Live feed will start a little before the presentation start time of 5:45 and will end at approximately 7:15.

Note: This webcast is also taking place as an in-person event. If you want to register for the webcast, you are on the right page. If you are local and want to attend in person, please go to the local event page

 

What are LAB Events?

Learning About Building Science (LAB) Events are monthly training and networking opportunities hosted by Building Science Laboratories. They are interactive, informative, casual events for architects, engineers, and anyone interested in building science. 

 

More Information:

RDH Building Science Laboratories

167 Lexington Court, Unit 6
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, N2J 4R9
Phone: (519) 342.4731

live@buildingsciencelabs.com

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RDH Building Science Laboratories

Building Science Laboratories, a division of RDH Building Science Inc., is committed to expanding building science knowledge through research, education, and collaboration among building science professionals. By promoting sound principles established through research, while working with on-the-ground industry partners, we aim to have a lasting impact on the quality and energy efficiency of the built environment. 

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