Tampa: Energy-Efficient and Sustainable Building Products

  • 24 Apr 2012
  • 9:00 AM - 4:45 PM
  • Tampa: Crowne Plaza - Tampa Westshore - 5303 West Kennedy Blvd. Tampa 33607
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Energy Efficient and Sustainable Building Products

Tuesday, April 24th -- 9:00 am - 4:45 pm

Lunch included - Members $25 -- Guests $50 pp

 

6.5 AIA Learning units(5 SD/ 6 HSW)

3.5 USGBC (GBCI/CMP) CEs

 

Presented by:Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation and the Consulate General of Canada in Miami, in collaboration with the AIA Tampa Bay Chapter and the USGBC Florida Coast Chapter cordially invite you to attend a Continuing Education (CE) Seminar.  The seminars will focus on products that can be used in Green, Sustainable and LEED certified building projects for commercial and residential purposes. 

9:00-10:00am  

Hybrid Heat Pump Systems - Energy Efficient Comfort Solutions

1 LU [AIA HSW-SD & USGBC (GBCI, CMP)]

Speaker: Mr. Raoul Gautreau, CGC

The objective is to study a system  that combines a Water Source Heat Pump System and a Fan coil system  on the same two pipe loop.  We will examine a hybrid water source heat pump system that doesn’t operate the compressors in the heating mode. Instead it absorbs the fluid heat directly from the fluid loop with hydronic  coils . The energy benefits will be demonstrated along with  “ fuel switching”.. the process of  transferring the compressor heat to the boiler plant where a lower cost fuel source can be used. The economic benefits of fuel switching will be discussed.


10:10 am - 11:10 am
Specifying Natural Stone

1 LU [AIA HSW]
Speaker: Mr.  Bryan Thorburn, Polycor
This course provides an overview of features, benefits and applications of natural stone products along with processes for procuring, fabrication and rating their performances and writing commercial specifications for natural stone application using AIA Master Spec Guide Specification
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11:15 - 12:15
Codes & Standards Related to Hollow Metal Doors & Frames

1 LU [AIA HSW]
    Speaker: Mrs. Anie De La Fontaine, De La Fontaine
Participant will develop a better understanding of fire rated hollow metal frames. Seminar includes discussions about solutions and applications

12:15 - 1:00 LUNCH provided

1:00 -2:00pm

Curbing the Energy Appetite: Strategies to minimize energy demand with IC

1 LU [AIA HSW-SD & USGBC (GBCI, CMP)]

Speaker: Mr. Darren Fouts, Quadlock

Reduction of demand-side “Energy Appetite” is the key to long term efficiency during the operational phase of the building life cycle. This 1.5 hour SD/HSW accredited session highlights opportunities for immediate realization of sustainability goals which are supported by incorporation of Insulating Concrete Forms in a building shell design

2:10 - 3:10 pm

Enhancing Sustainable Design with Retractable Screening  - 1 LU [AIA HSW-SD] 

Speaker: Mr. Paul Ackah-Sanzah, Phantom Screens

Learn about the various benefits of retractable screens and how they enhance green design projects including: ease of maintenance, energy conservation, low usage and maintenance costs, and environmentally responsible manufacturing processes.

 

 

3:15- 4:45 pm

Reflective Insulation and Radiant Barrier
1 LU [AIA HSW-SD & USGBC (GBCI, CMP)] 
Speaker: Mr. Kelly Myers, Covertec
This course is an introdction to reflective insulation and radiant barries and the funamentals of heat transer.  Explain the effective use of reflective insulation and radiant barriers, identify specific applications and types of reflective products and demonstrate basic installation methods for various applications

 


 


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