+2030 Professional Series

The AIA+2030 Professional Series helps design professionals create buildings that meet the ambitious energy efficiency goals of the Architecture 2030 Challenge®. Ten, 4-hour sessions offer strategies to reach 60% reduction in fossil fuel greenhouse gas emissions, giving design professionals the knowledge and leverage to create next-generation, super-efficient buildings-and providing firms with the skills that will set them apart in the marketplace.

Registration is limited … but we still have a few seats available for the remainder of the series!
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Fees will be pro-rated for the remainder of the series at $75 per session for members / $100 per session for non-members
You will receive the presentation and summary from any sessions missed.

LEARNING UNITS:   Each session qualifies for 4 HSW/SD credits

ALL SESSIONS: 8:00 -12:00 once a month

|09.21.2012|THE 2030 CHALLENGE: setting + achieving energy goals with integrated design™
|10.13.2012| GETTING TO 60: the power of targets+ load reductions™
|11.09.2012| ACCENTUATE THE POSITIVE: climate responsive design™
|12.14.2012| SKINS: the importance of the thermal envelope™
|01.11.2013| PASSIVELY AGGRESSIVE: employing passive systems for load reduction™
|02.08.2013| ILLUMINATING SAVINGS: daylighting and integrated lighting strategies™
|03.08.2013| RIGHT-SIZED: equipment and controls for super-efficient building systems™
|04.12.2013| SITE POWER: renewable energy opportunities™

|05.10.2013| THE HAND-OFF + STAYING IN SHAPE: operations, maintenance + education™
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.


Harvey Bryan, FAIA
Arizona State University





Daniel Hunter


Rick Pretzman, PE, CEM, EFP, APPA
Associate Director of Facilities Management
Arizona State University

|06.07.2013| PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER: achieving 2030 goals on the project and at the office™

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