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  • 1. Engaging Lifea Regenerative Approach to Architecture / Engineering Practice May 01, 2012 Gulf Coast Green, Houston Presented by: Rand Ekman, AIA, LEED-AP BD&C
  • 2. Purpose … Environmental Sustainability … Regeneration green sustainable regenerative ? today’s tomorrow’s practice practice
  • 3. Engagement Is Directly Proportional To Knowledge- Environmental Impact- Professional Responsibility- Process Changes- Technical Ability- Business Opportunity- Feedback and Improvement
  • 4. LIFE at Cannon Design
  • 5. LIFE at Cannon Design
  • 6. Regional LIFE environmental impact, responsibility
  • 7. Regional LIFE environmental impact, responsibility
  • 8. Regional LIFE environmental impact, responsibility
  • 9. Regional LIFE environmental impact, responsibility
  • 10. Regional LIFE environmental impact, responsibility
  • 11. Regional LIFE environmental impact, responsibility
  • 12. Regional LIFE environmental impact, responsibility
  • 13. Regional LIFE environmental impact, responsibility
  • 14. Regional LIFE environmental impact, responsibility
  • 15. Regional LIFE environmental impact, responsibility
  • 16. Regional LIFE environmental impact, responsibility
  • 17. Office LIFE responsibility, feedback
  • 18. Office LIFE responsibility, feedback
  • 19. Office LIFE responsibility, feedback
  • 20. Office LIFE responsibility, feedback
  • 21. Office LIFE responsibility, feedback
  • 22. Project LIFE process
  • 23. Project LIFE process
  • 24. Building LIFE business
  • 25. Building LIFE business
  • 26. Building LIFE technical
  • 27. Renew LIFE technical
  • 28. Material LIFE technical
  • 29. Material LIFE technical- Understand how materials are made- Specify low embodied energy products- Consider entire product’s life-cycle- Encourage manufacturers to find more efficient processes- Reduce carbon footprint of buildings U.S. energy consumption by sector Source: Architecture 2030 and Richard Stein 1977
  • 30. Material LIFE technical embodied embodied operations operations YR 0 15-20 50 YR 0 15-20 25-30 50 Building life matters As operational energy is reduced, the impact of embodied energy increases
  • 31. Material LIFE technical
  • 32. Material LIFE technicalValues page- Detailed range for specific product within material group- Examples: • Different thickness • Primary vs. recycled • Solid vs. veneer panels
  • 33. Material LIFE technicalMaterial page- Graphs specific characteristics- Examples: • Material type (i.e. metals: aluminum, steel) • Primary vs. recycled
  • 34. AIA 2030 Reporting 2011
  • 35. AIA 2030 Reporting 2011 impact, responsibility, process, technical, feedback
  • 36. AIA 2030 Reporting 2011 impact, responsibility, process, technical, feedback
  • 37. AIA 2030 Reporting 2011 impact, responsibility, process, technical, feedback
  • 38. AIA 2030 Reporting 2011 impact, responsibility, process, technical, feedback
  • 39. AIA 2030 Reporting 2011 impact, responsibility, process, technical, feedback
  • 40. AIA 2030 Reporting 2011 impact, responsibility, process, technical, feedback
  • 41. AIA 2030 Reporting 2011 impact, responsibility, process, technical, feedback
  • 42. AIA 2030 Reporting 2011 impact, responsibility, process, technical, feedback
  • 43. AIA 2030 Reporting 2011 impact, responsibility, process, technical, feedback
  • 44. AIA 2030 Reporting 2011 impact, responsibility, process, technical, feedback
  • 45. AIA 2030 Reporting 2011 impact, responsibility, process, technical, feedback
  • 46. WE LIVE HERE.WE WORK HERE. Rand Ekman, AIA, LEED-AP BD&C Director of Sustainability, Cannon Design rekman@cannondesign.com (312) 960-8146