November 2019: Using Triple Bottom Line Cost Benefit Analysis Modeling for Lighting Design
November's Lunch and Learn Meeting is an AIA and USGBC CEU Lunch and Learn course on cost benefit analysis as it relates to lighting design.
The four learning Objectives are:
- Understand what Triple Bottom Line Cost Benefit Analysis (TBL-CBA) is, and why it is a LEED Pilot Credit.
- Understand how TBL-CBA captures the full Social, Environmental and Financial opportunities of alternative lighting designs.
- How TBL-CBA documents Architect’s due diligence requirement to meet mandatory AIA ethics disclosure of project environmental impacts.
- How TBL-CBA allows for optimization of:
- Energy saving
- Employee retention
- Student test scores
- Pollution reduction
- Green House Gas emissions
- Most Important to the Tenant, their prosperity
- How our software tool automates the reporting of Architect’s projects to the 20130 Challenge website
When: Tuesday, November 12th, 11:30am - 1:00pm
Where: United Way Houston, 50 Waugh Dr, Houston
Topic: Using Triple Bottom Line Cost Benefit Analysis Modeling for Lighting Design
Speaker: David MacLean, FSA, BCxP, LEED AP BD&C, WELL AP
Cost (includes lunch): $15 members, $20 non-members, $0 First Time Attendee