Join our buildings sustainability group at the Getting to Zero National Forum

April 5, 2018

In two separate panels, our sustainability leaders will be leading discussions on defining the future of low energy and zero energy (ZE) buildings during the Getting to Zero National Forum in Pittsburgh.

On Wednesday, April 18, join our teams as they talk about:

What Ultra-Low Energy Buildings Are Telling Us About the Next Design Project

Blake Jackson, Andrea Frisque, Porus Antia, and Rachel Bannon-Godfrey will present a case study on Stantec’s work leading net-zero energy projects across North America, and the evolution of net-zero energy from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory campus to one of our most recent projects, Evolv1. Hear the team’s perspectives on how a strong integrative process leveraged synergies and alliances between occupants, design teams, and district-scale goals for their projects. 

How Rigorous Planning and Effective Design Help Hit Ultra-Low Energy Goals 

Dominic Weilminster, will be joined by the owner, engineering team, and LEED consultant of the Fort Collins Utilities Administration Building and speaking about how to walk the talk on translating community sustainability goals into reality through integrative design. 

For more detail on panel times and locations, click here.

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