1/2 Day Workshop - Optmization=Sustainabilty: LEED + Commissioning

  • 07 Feb 2008
  • Radisson Hotel & Conference Center -
  • 28


Start Time: Registration 12:30 pm pm
End Time: Class 1:00 pm - 4:00pm

Optimization= Sustainability: LEED + Commissioning

Jeff Conley


This program explores the Building Commissioning process and how it can be articulated successfully on LEED projects.  The goal of commissioning is to define building operation objectives and ensure that the structure meets these objectives during design, construction and throughout its lifecycle. An ideal approach to commissioning is to create low-energy, high-performance sustainable structures that provide an optimal environment for occupants and users.   A range of commissioning examples will be presented, emphasizing levels of rigor appropriate for each project.  With increasingly stringent LEED requirements for Energy Optimization, Commissioning takes on an even greater role for ownership, design and construction teams. 

Jeffrey J. Conley, AAIA, LEED is an architectural engineer with worldwide experience in award-winning projects.  He is the managing principal of SEQUIL Systems, Inc., a design consultancy in Delray Beach, which focuses on sustainability in the built environment.  His firm provides commissioning services for buildings seeking LEED certification.

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$125 non-members

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