Jaimee Wilson Presents at Green Building Conference
April 14, 2021 | 2:07pm
Join Pathfinder’s Senior Energy Engineer Jaimee Wilson for Leveraging Campus Resources for an Historic Building Deep Energy Retrofit at 2 p.m. on April 21 at the New York State Green Building Conference & Mass Timber Symposium. Co-presenters include Dan Misri, of Andrew Berman Architects, and Douglas Arena, of Bell & Spina.
As State University of New York campuses are being tasked to identify high-impact initiatives to meet the requirements of the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (CLCPA), deep energy retrofits provide unique opportunities to improve the existing building stock, re-energize a campus’s mission, and provide a focal point for campuses as leaders in energy and sustainability. A key factor in achieving New York State’s energy efficiency and zero-net carbon goals is to determine a unified approach at the concept phase of a design and incorporate ideas from the owners, facilities members, design team and energy consultant. Dr. Wilson will discuss solutions to different design considerations for a campus project which is set to start construction Summer 2021. The project combines envelope, lighting, and mechanical improvements to an historic building that can achieve all-electric goals by leveraging campus infrastructure on the south campus of the University at Buffalo. In addition, net-zero goals can be achieved with the addition of an on-site solar array to be built on the South Campus.
Agenda and registration details: https://cvent.me/xkolL3