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Energy in Design Calculator Demonstration at the 2030 Roundtable

As part of the 2016 Honor Awards, AIA Seattle is excited to debut the new Energy in Design Award to celebrate projects which balance exceptional design and forward thinking energy performance. This award is not just about one exemplary project; it is about our community’s commitment to innovative, sustainable architecture and leadership among our design peers.

We ask all entrants in the BUILT category to submit energy use data in consideration of this award, and we provide an easy-to-use tool, the Energy in Design Calculator, to capture standard information and compare results toward the Architecture 2030 targets.

Join us at the 2030 Roundtable for another demonstration of the Energy in Design Calculator.

Energy in Design Calculator Demonstration at the 2030 Roundtable
Friday, September 16th | 12:00-1:00 pm
GGLO’s Space at the Steps (1301 First Avenue, Suite 301: Level A – entrance on the half way down the Harbor Steps)

12:00-12:30: Energy in Design Calculator demonstration
12:30-1:00: 2030 Roundtable planning meeting
RSVP by September 15

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If you have questions, contact Katie Kemezis, AIA Seattle program manager.

Details

Date
September 16, 2016
Time
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Organizer

AIA Seattle
Phone
(206) 448-4938
Website
www.aiaseattle.org

Venue

GGLO Space at the Steps
1301 First Avenue, Suite 301
Seattle, 98101
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Energy in Design Calculator Demonstration at the 2030 Roundtable

As part of the 2016 Honor Awards, AIA Seattle is excited to debut the new Energy in Design Award to celebrate projects which balance exceptional design and forward thinking energy performance. This award is not just about one exemplary project; it is about our community’s commitment to innovative, sustainable architecture and leadership among our design peers. We ask all entrants in the BUILT category to submit energy use data in consideration of this award, and we provide an easy-to-use tool, the Energy in…

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