Thursday, October 25, 2007

Comprehensive Energy Efficiency Overview for Multifamily New Construction

The Comprehensive Energy Efficiency Overview training is sponsored by Pacific Gas & Electric Company and American Institute of Architects East Bay and will be conducted by the Heschong Mahone Group, Inc. Participation qualifies for continuing education units from the American Institute of Architects.

Training Outline:The Comprehensive Energy Efficiency Overview session provides a thorough introduction on a variety of multifamily building issues. The training is Power Point slide show based, designed to be very interactive, and augmented by examples of equipment, materials, and building analyses. Training topics will include:

California Multifamily New Homes (CMFNH) program overview
2005 California Building Energy Standards (Title 24) overview
Multifamily energy efficiency design concepts
Overview of energy efficiency measures (Site, HVAC, envelope, water heating, verification/inspections, etc)
Case Studies
Cost/benefit analysis approaches
Financing for multifamily buildings: Utility, CEC , DOE, EPA, and other possible funding

Who Should Attend:Architects and designers; builders and developers; affordable housing developers and agencies; energy consultants; mechanical and plumbing engineers; HVAC contractors; building department inspectors and plan checkers.

Date and Location:Wednesday, November 14th, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.AIA East Bay Office1405 Clay StreetOakland, CA 94612-1401

Registration:Please visit our website to register online. For additional future training dates and locations:

For more information:
Sophia Hartkopf
Phone: (916) 962-7001

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