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Webinar #1 - Daylighting Design

September 24, 2006
 
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Caroline Clevenger, P.E., presents the basic concepts and strategies of effectively integrating daylighting design into a new building. She discusses daylighting design goals, the importance of daylighting controls, and how to balance daylighting with the electric lighting system. Additionally, case studies are provided.

This intermediate-level webinar is recommended for Architects, Building Owners, Energy Consultants, and Lighting Designers seeking to further their knowledge about integrating daylighting strategies into buildings.

Speaker Bio

Caroline M. Clevenger, AIA, P.E. Senior Engineer, Architectural Energy Corporation, LEED AP

Caroline Clevenger works out of AEC's San Francisco office on design assistance projects. She uses TracePro and Radiance to develop and evaluate daylighting and electric lighting design solutions. She is versed in daylight analysis, renewable energy analysis, energy design and analysis, mechanical system design, and passive and active solar design. Ms. Clevenger is skilled in creating integrated energy and sustainable design solutions.

As a LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Accredited Professional, she uses LEED as a framework for sustainable design, and advises on energy efficient and sustainable design practices. Ms. Clevenger has managed or supervised the formal LEED Certification of four projects, including U.S. Environmental Protection Agency laboratories in North Chelmsford , Massachusetts and Kansas City , Missouri , which both received LEED Gold Certification. Ms. Clevenger has a thorough understanding of building energy codes and has served as a consultant to the City of Boulder on the adoption of the International Energy Conservation Code (IECC). She is also pursuing her PhD at Stanford University.

 
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