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Friday, May 13 • 3:15pm - 4:45pm
Market Feasible Net Zero Energy for Small Office Buildings?
Track: Energy + Power

Although nearly 1/3 of US commercial office space is in buildings smaller than 25,000 square feet, net-zero energy(NZE) dialogue and research on small office buildings is hard to come by. Utilizing a comparative study of a standard small office building design and an optimized NZE version, this session will explore the barriers and opportunities for NZE for small office buildings. Energy and cost models for both designs will be unpacked to demonstrate the financial case for energy efficiency/NZE. Along the way some of the critical ways our design approach should change to smartly meet the challenge of NZE emerge.

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Speakers
avatar for Scott Kelly

Scott Kelly

Principal, Re:Vision Architecture
Scott Kelly is co-founder of Re:Vision. Scott has led Re:Vision’s interdisciplinary team in designing or consulting on hundreds of innovative green projects, many of which are “firsts” of their kind. Scott is a champion of third-party verification for green buildings and specializes in designing and leading projects to secure the most respected green building certifications: LEED, Living Building... Read More →
avatar for Drew Lavine

Drew Lavine

Director of Design, Re:Vision Architecture
Drew is Director of Design at Re:Vision where he specializes in designing deep-green buildings for a variety of project types and scales ranging from small residential to mid-size commercial projects to campus master plans. Drew leads Re:Vision’s architecture studio’s Quality Assurance and Building Information Modeling initiatives. Prior to Re:Vision Drew focused on complex large institutional projects at MGA Partners in... Read More →


Friday May 13, 2016 3:15pm - 4:45pm
Westin: Cascade 2