a Pleasanton Program
Thursday, January 28, 2016
Location: Dahlin Group, 5865 Owens Dr., Pleasanton
1.5 CES LUs
Join Shannon Burry from 16500 for a presentation on their work and how to build lighting systems that are functional, beautiful and energy efficient.
About the Presenter:
Shannon Burry, LEED, AP is originally from Colorado and received a degree in Architectural Engineering from UC Boulder, where she developed a passion for lighting design and architecture–a relatively new field at the time. Shannon’s experience in design and construction has helped her understand what it takes to bring a project from concept and design to final installation. Shannon was a lighting designer at Horton Lees Brogden, where she worked on historic renovations of SF City Hall and the Ferry Building. She was also a lighting designer at Architecture + Light and worked on several data centers for Sun Microsystems and large tech industry TI projects. As a lighting designer at WSP Group (Flack + Kurtz), Shannon worked on corporate TI projects and large-scale projects in China.
At the end of this presentation, attendees will…
- Be able to identify two samples of Title 24 Compliant residential decorative lighting fixtures.
- Be able to state two ways commercial lighting has changed in the past five years.
- Have an understanding of tunable white and color tunable technology.
- Be able to identify three examples of high CRI LED lighting.