Online | Introduction to Reveal

When: 
Tuesday, February 07, 2017 - 9:00am to 10:00am PST

Introduction to Reveal
February 7th, 9:00am-10:00am PDT

ILFI's Reveal label offers buildings the opportunity to be transparent about their energy efficiency, plus demonstrate alignment with the AIA 2030 Commitment, all with one easy to read graphic. Do you think the Reveal label might be a good fit for your building? In this webinar, participants will learn about the ins and outs of the label itself, along with the certification process and costs of the program. Participants will also hear about three case studies from Reveal label projects and learn how they can share their energy usage with the world.

  1. Understand the goals and benefits of the Reveal label.
  2. Identify alignment with AIA 2030 Commitment tracking.
  3. Identify and analyze different ways of tracking energy data.
  4. Learn about specific high performance building and design strategies.

Speakers

Mitch Dec, Associate Principal, Glumac

Mitch is an Associate Principal and is the firm-wide head of Glumac’s Energy Services Department. The Department specializes in energy modeling, energy auditing, and measurement and verification. In addition, energy staff supports the procurement of financial incentives in support of retro-commissioning projects, major renovations and new construction. His passion is environmentally conscious developments where the buildings function for the people inside while lessening our impact on the planet. Mitch holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from The University of Portland.

His projects include more than a dozen LEED Platinum certifications, including the Indigo | Twelve West mixed-use development, University of Oregon Lewis Integrated Science Building, Vestas North American headquarters, and Daimler Trucks North American Headquarters.

Brad Liljequist, Director of NZE and Living Community Challenge, ILFI

As director of the Institute's Net Zero Energy and Living Community programs, Brad is at the forefront of a global transformation toward a carbon-free future. He directed development of the Petal and Net Zero Energy Certified zHome, the first multifamily zero net energy community in the United States, as well as Issaquah Fire Station 72, the world’s most energy efficient fire station and recipient of the international 2012 ASHRAE Technology award.  Brad has nearly three decades of experience catalyzing change in the fields of planning, environmental policy, urban design, construction management and sustainable building.  He was educated at Georgetown University, the University of St. Andrews and the University of Washington Evans School.