At the University of California at Davis, student participants in the EDR DesignShift™ Charrette worked in teams of five to collaboratively create a zero-net energy building using a series of methods and tools to develop and quantify their energy savings. The two-day DesignShift program was held in conjunction with the California Higher Education Sustainability Conference (CHESC) hosted by U.C. Davis.
Students spent day one studying concepts of integrated design roles, project management and team dynamics. Day two was devoted to designing a building through the EDR Design Shift process using strategies and analysis tools taught throughout the day. Click on the teams below to view each project.
The Winning Team walked away with pride. . .oh. . .and an iPad 2 for each team member. Thank you to all the student participants!
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Winning Team: Fright to Flight
First Runner-up: Power Saver Rangers