AIA+2030: The Handoff & Staying in Shape

Session 9

Presented by AIA Dallas COTE | Developed by AIA Seattle in partnership with Architecture 2030
November 10, 2014
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Credit: 40 LU / HSW (4 each / session)
Dallas Center for Architecture Map It
1909 Woodall Rodgers Fwy.
Suite 100
Dallas, TX 75201

Brought to you by: AIA+2030

This class is part of AIA+2030, a ten-session Professional Series to help design professionals create buildings that meet the energy efficiency goals of the 2030 Challenge. Learn more and Register for the series.

Session Overview:

Design intent is important, but at the end of the day, how the building actually performs is really what matters. The closer the match between predicted and observed performance, the more likely a client will be happy. This session will explore the tools available to an architect to help match performance with expectations, including building commissioning, maintenance staff and occupant training, and building performance monitoring. Using building performance data to validate and improve on design and construction decisions will also be explored—providing a strong tool for iterative learning and innovation.

Learning Objectives:
Explain the benefits of monitoring, evaluation, and education to design firms, clients, and building occupants
Explain and advocate for commissioning on projects
Instruct building maintenance and operations staff on optimizing building performance

Jason Haddock - Siemens