Join peers and industry leaders during the Tradeline College & University Science and Engineering Facilities 2018 Conference on April 22-25 in Boston, Massachusetts. During the annual conference, catch Payette discuss design strategies for high performance STEM buildings using our Northeastern University Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex and Tufts University Science and Engineering Complex as case studies.
Planning and Design Strategies for High Performance STEM Buildings: Two Case Studies and Lessons Learned
Attend this session to benchmark your plans and chart a new course toward high performance, sustainable teaching and research facilities. Here you’ll see the equipment and operations decisions that led to the development of two recently completed high performance STEM facilities: Northeastern University’s Integrated Science and Engineering Complex (ISEC) and the Science and Engineering Complex (SEC) at Tufts University. Session leaders detail best practices for integrating building performance strategies into capital projects, examine emerging technologies equipment, review ways to use parametric tools to optimize façade and building form designs, and examine HVAC strategies that reduce energy consumption.
Tuesday, April 24, 2018 | 8:05am-9:00am
Andrea Love, AIA, LEED Fellow, Director of Building Science, Payette
Wesley Schwartz, AIA, Senior Associate, Payette
Robert C. Pasersky, AIA, Associate Principal, Principal
April 22-25, 2018
Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel
606 Congress Street
Boston, MA 02210