March 4, 2019 @ 4:00 pm – 5:15 pm
UMass Olver Design Building, Room 170
BCT Lecture: The Role of Energy Modeling in Building Design and Construction @ UMass Olver Design Building, Room 170

Spring 2019 BCT Lecture Series

Speaker: Peter Levy, MS, BEMP, LEED AP, CPHC, The Green Engineer

Location: 170 Olver Design Building

An overview of the role that energy modeling plays in the design of buildings; including discussions about how energy models are used to inform design, pursue LEED (and other) certifications, procure utility incentives, and demonstrate code compliance. Additionally, how daylight modeling is used to optimize daylight opportunities, mitigate glare problems, and pursue LEED certification.

Mr. Levy working as a sustainable design consultant, specializing in energy modeling, at the Green Engineer in Concord MA. Over the past 5 years he has worked on dozens of energy models for LEED, code, utility incentives, and general sustainable design purposes.

Free and open to the public. AIA & USGBCI CES credits are available.