Friday, January 25
Free and open to all. Please RSVP to email@example.com for room setup.
1.5 CES LUs
Paul Welschmeyer, AIA speaks on energy conservation and the architectural practice.
1. Attendees will be able to state basic baseline Title 24 part 6 requirements for Residential projects.
2. Attendees will be able to explain what Title 24 part 6 required construction field inspections are.
3. Attendees will be able to state two ways to bring billable Construction Administration back into their practice
4. Architects will understand how to work with energy consultants to maximize the efficiency of their designs.
About the Presenter: Paul Welschmeyer, AIA began his private architectural practice in 1991 after a decade of experience in commercial and institutional design with the architectural firms of Ratcliff Architects, MBT Associates and Studios Architecture. 20 years later, Paul has developed his award winning practice with core strengths in Commercial, Residential and Historic Preservation work. In 2003 energy efficient design and green-building became a common aspect of the his design firm, culminating in 2010 as the first architect in the State of California to become certified by the California Energy Commission (via CalCERTS) as a Whole House Energy Rater (HERS ll). With this cumulative knowledge and experience, Paul is prepared to address the challenges of an architectural practice in the forthcoming decade.
March 6, 2012
Lunch is included
Where’s the rain? This year’s low rainfall reminds us that water conservation is just as important as conserving energy. By implementing some simple water saving techniques, multifamily housing projects can cut costs and help protect our local watersheds.
In this meeting, Brent Bucknum of Hyphae Design Lab will present his work with affordable housing developers to identify water conservation opportunities in both existing and new construction housing projects. Brent is doing cuting edge work in this field, and you won’t want to miss his high-energy presentation!
Brent will be joined by Mary Lucero-Dorst from EBALDC who will describe EBALDC’s efforts to utilize greywater recycling as both a water and an energy conserving strategy.
Brent Bucknum, Hyphae Design Lab
Mary Lucero-Dorst, EBALDC
$10 | Build It Green or AIA Members
$15 | Non-members
$15 | Door price
Transportation Tips: There is no on-street parking at this venue. There is a parking structure across the street and there are several paid lots within walking distance. The venue is less than a 5 minute walk from the 12th Street Oakland BART station. For more info, see the AIA East Bay website.
Presented by the Green Affordable Housing Coalition, hosted by AIA East Bay
A joint project of Build It Green and the Bay Area Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), the Green Affordable Housing Coalition, or GAHC, provides green building education, outreach, and policy advocacy to the Bay Area’s affordable housing industry.
The GAHC’s ultimate goal is to improve the lives of low-income families in the San Francisco Bay Area by increasing the supply of healthy and energy efficient affordable housing.