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Construction and design: moving from the industrial to digital age

GBCI: 0910000193

Session at the Alberta Sustainable Building Symposium 2014.
Eligible for 1 CE HOUR.
  • 1 CE

  • LEED AP BD+C
  • LEED AP O+M
  • LEED AP ID+C

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About

This session will identify the radical changes occurring worldwide in the way we design and construct developments. The presenter will share the sustainable design activities of international groups including iiSBE and UNEP SBCI. Currently there are more than 30 green building certification programs, and participants will be introduced to common metrics and new thinking soon to be introduced in Canada. The session will also explore commonalities between modular buildings and BIM-generated “printed” buildings. The difference between “industrial age design practice” and “digital age design practice” will be detailed and the impact on our current consulting structures and liability will be explored.

Objectives

  1. Increase understanding of the changes in design and construct developments.
  2. Learn about common metrics to be introduced into Canada.
  3. Increase understanding of commonalities between modular buildings and BIM-generated buildings.
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Intermediate

Created by

Canada Green Building Council
Ottawa, ON
Canada

Leaders

Teresa Coady

Chief Operating Officer Kasian Architecture Interior Design LTD

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