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Gulf Coast Green 2012 Rand Ekman

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Gulf Coast Green 2012 Rand Ekman

  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

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