16500 Presents: Pleasanton Program

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.

Learning Objectives:

At the end of this presentation, attendees will…

  1. Be able to identify two samples of Title 24 Compliant residential decorative lighting fixtures.
  2. Be able to state two ways commercial lighting has changed in the past five years.
  3. Have an understanding of tunable white and color tunable technology.
  4. Be able to identify three examples of high CRI LED lighting.

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