The Newer Technology of Window Films
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Brought to you by: Building Enclosure Council
The AIA Dallas BEC provides a forum for the design and construction industry to address building enclosures—the exterior systems of buildings that play such a critical role in building performance and energy efficiency.
Ceramic window films reduce energy usage and operating expenses while enhancing facilities. They are virtually transparent without the negatives associated with the older dye and metal-based tints. Ceramic window film seals the envelope of a building at its weakest point for energy losses, the glass. It even holds up well in a salt water environment and will not degrade in performance over time. It works so well, up to 18 LEED credits are associated with this single technology.
Presented by Andy Sabados, President and CEO of Cornerstone Energy Solutions
Andrew has been involved in Supply Chain Management and Energy for the last twenty years. As a past Chairman for the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) and a current speaker of the USGBC Speakers Bureau he has spoke on “green” topics around the globe. Specializing as a LEED AP source on glazing, solar and lighting has afforded him the opportunity to speak on the U.S. Capitol Hill, Princeton University, The Trump Organization, PRSM, US Green Build and Eco Build, SB10 New Zealand to name a few. As an energy consultant and credit provider for the American Institute of Architects (AIA), American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and Circle of Regional Excellence (CORE) he spends several days a month in front of todays “green” leaders. Andrew is the founder of Cornerstone Energy Solutions and as the President and CEO still oversees projects for Fortune 50 companies.
His recent schedule included SB11 Helsinki Finland/World Sustainable Building Conference, ECO Build Washington D.C., UAB NZGBC/Auckland ,New Zealand, the NFMT Conference 2012 in Baltimore, MD and Buildings NY in May 2012.
This event is FREE, but registration is required.