The persistent push to build more sustainable and energy efficient buildings requires owners, design teams, and contractors to step out of their comfort zone and adopt the new products and emerging technologies which will help them reach the project’s energy and sustainability goals. Frequently, a net-zero energy goal results in a combination of building technologies which have never been tested before. The inherent risks and rewards in attempting to build with new products and technologies are often not addressed until they result in delays or change orders. Even the most critical areas of a hospital can become green without any adverse risk. This session offers strategies to manage risk from idea to implementation from the perspective of a building owner, a construction defect attorney, and a professional design engineer. Learn how to guarantee the success of your green building project!
- Strategies for Energy and Water Consumption Reduction
- Tips for Mitigating Inherent Risks in Green Building
- Lessons Learned from Professional Liability Litigation
- The Right Way to Plan for Net-Zero Energy Facilities
- Analysis of Project Delivery Methods for Green Buildings
, PE, CxA, LEED AP, CPD, ASHRAE Fellow is the Founder and President of the consulting engineering firm, SC Engineers, Inc. With over 30 years of extensive experience in energy efficiency and sustainable mechanical design, Mr. Shadpour demonstrates his ability to provide environmentally responsive and technologically advanced solutions for a variety of facilities. An active member in both the professional and academic communities, Mr. Shadpour is the Program Chair of ASHRAE Technical Committee, TC1.4, “Control Theory and Application”, the national authority on DDC practice and implementation; Instructor of “HVAC Design & Control” courses at the University of California, San Diego since 1987; and Author of The Fundamentals of HVAC Direct Digital Controls which used as the course textbook at colleges and universities located throughout the country. This textbook is also available as part of the SDG&E Lending Library.
Check-in time: 8:00 am with breakfast provided
Learning Level: Intermediate