Balancing Building Performance Risk and Reward

Dates

11/10/2021 11/30/2021

Location

Online

Price

Free

This webinar series and associated resources compiled in partnership with HOK, provides guidance for architecture and engineering design professionals on best business practices as the new Building Energy Performance Standards take effect in Washington, DC.

Speakers

Donovan

 

Donovan Olliff, Assistant General Counsel, HOK

 

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Anica Landreneau, Director of Sustainable Design, HOK

 

The webinar series will be presented in 3 modules. All sessions begin at 11 am ET. AIA LU credentials are pending.

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This webinar series is a complement to a series of guides the Hub and HOK produced. Read the modules in parallel with attending the webinars.

Webinars

  • Scope development, contract language (Based on AIA E204-2017 Sustainable Projects Exhibit), and setting expectations with the client.

  • Energy target setting and modeling by design phase (Based on ASHRAE Standard 209); defining the scope, and managing execution throughout a project.

  • Reviewing specification language (For Division 01 – General Requirements), substitutions and RFI procedures, project turnover, commissioning, and post-occupancy considerations.

Learning Outcomes

These webinars will provide guidance on:

  • how design professionals should communicate about building performance with their clients
  • how to ensure provisions for building performance are central to the entire design and construction process
  • how to manage risk while expanding potential opportunities to support larger sustainability goals

Attendees will leave with the knowledge about what business changes that are necessary to support the greater adoption of high-performance buildings. The Hub will also provide specific recommendations and contract language that they can bring back to their companies for use in internal templates and procedures.

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