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Central: LEED 2009 vs LEED v4: Energy and Atmosphere

  • Tuesday, November 14, 2017
  • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Tree House; 4477 S. Lamar Blvd, Suite 600 Austin, Texas 78745

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LEED 2009 VS LEED V4: ENERGY AND ATMOSPHERE
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2017
Tree House
4477 S. Lamar Blvd, Suite 600 Austin, Texas 78745
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM

About this Event
Looking to network with high-performance building professionals? Looking for all 6 of your LEED-specific CEUs to maintain your professional credential? Confused about the design implications of LEEDv4?

This advanced class provides a credit-by-credit comparison between LEED 2009 and LEEDv4 credits in the Energy and Atmosphere category, identifies the design implications the evolution of the rating system has created, and empowers design professionals to have informed conversations with their clients about certifying projects under LEEDv4.

This event is the Sixth installment of a 6-part Network & Learn series. 

1 GBCI CE HR-Self Reporting, 1 AIA HSW/SD/LU Hour

About the Speaker

Bungane Mehlomakulu, PE, LEED AP BD+C

As a design principal, Bungane works at the boundary between architecture, engineering, and sustainability to deliver a balanced, efficient, and meaningful product to customers and clients. Partnering with clients he helps identify the high impact strategies that leverage sustainability to unlock value across all aspects of the buildings performance. His work focuses on accelerating the sustainable design business case throughout the industry through direct project involvement, organizational development and, community engagement.

Bungane’s passion for sustainable buildings encompasses the entire building design and operation. His approach to design helps clients to develop opportunities that lie outside the scope of traditional MEP services. He draws on his experience working with passive strategies such as natural ventilation, day lighting, plug load reductions and solar control to drive down loads and minimize the impact of active systems.

His experience integrating BIM modeling into the engineering design process, maintenance, and control systems enables building owners to continuously monitor and improve performance over the life of the building. He continues to share his experience and knowledge throughout the industry through speaking engagements with various industry and community organizations.


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