(Parking at Alamo Stadium, lot D)
Tour Starts at 3:00 pm
About the Tour:
Join us for a tour of innovative Low Impact Development and LEED practices at Trinity University including green stormwater infrastructure and high-performance buildings. Tour CSI - the Center for the Sciences and Innovation, certified as a LEED Gold facility, to learn about the on-site stormwater management practices including green roof, bioswale and stormwater cistern, as well as the enthalpy wheel energy recovery system.
After CSI we will visit the newest building on campus, Dicke Hall, and hear from the design team about this highly efficient mass timber building. With minimal embodied carbon and operational energy consumption, Dicke Hall provides many other benefits for environmental quality and ecological health.
About the Presenter:
John L Scherding is the University Architect and Director of Sustainability at Trinity University. In this role, he is responsible for the planning and development of campus buildings and landscapes and for the implementation of programs to improve campus sustainability. John came to Texas in early 2022 following 30+ years in the northeast, including the role of AVP for Planning Design & Construction at Dartmouth College and as a practicing architect in the Boston area, with a primary focus on higher education.
John is a registered architect, a LEED AP, a member of the Association of University Architects, the American Institute of Architects, the United States Green Building Council, the Society of College and University Planners, and the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association. He received his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Carnegie-Mellon University.
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