This seminar discusses the evolution of various energy codes and standards such as ASHRAE 90.1, IECC, and LEED. Attendees will also gain a basic understanding of integrated building technology and how this concept can help toward achieving energy code requirements. Learning Objectives: 1) Discuss the current building industry design and construction processes, limitations, and issues that hinder its overall success. 2) Define Integrated Building Technology (IBT) and how it relates to the changing design and construction process. 3) Explain how IBT can help projects run smoothly as technology becomes more complicated. 4) Convey the benefits of a single-platform IBT solution to an Architect, Engineer, Electrical Contractor, General Contractor, Facility Manager, & others.
Become familiar with the evolution of the various Energy Codes that have occurred over the past 35 years
Be able to define IBT (Integrated Building Technology)
Be able to define the role IBT will fill in successfully meeting the increasingly stringent energy codes
Be able to convey the benefits of a single-platform IBT solution to an Architect, Engineer, Electrical Contractor, General Contractor, Facility Manager, and others in the construction industry
Length: 1 Hour
Credits: 1 LU/HSW
Target: Engineer, Electrical Contractor, Electrical Distributor
Health Safety Welfare: Yes
Sustainable Design: Yes
IESNA Lighting Certification (LC): Yes, 1 LEU (NCQLP’s 1.0 Continuing Education Lighting Course/1.1 AIA Courses)
USGBC’s LEED Green Associate and LEED AP with Specialty: Yes, LEED "Green building task" credit, not "LEED-specific task"
NCEES Professional Engineer (PE): Dependent on individual state’s acceptance of AIA courses
ASID/IDCEC: Not formally approved at this time
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