Designing Energy Efficient Buildings with cove.tool

Event Pass Information

Event Pass Type
AIA Member (Not AIANY)$5.00 USD
General Public$10.00 USD
Student with Valid .edu Email AddressFREE

Event Details

Designing day-lit, glare free, energy-efficient buildings under budget-shifting energy codes is challenging architects with a wide array of parameters to balance like energy, cost, daylight, views, and embodied carbon. Meanwhile, hiring a consultant for every kind of analysis is a burden on fees. Many architects are harnessing simulation to shape the design and details of their projects. To be successful, teams must understand the levers that impact performance and set up processes for success. This program will dive into two case studies through beautiful analysis graphics to see how to shape the narrative of a data-driven design process.

Nilesh Bansal, Director of Sustainability, cove.tool

About the Speakers:
Nilesh Bansal is the Director of Sustainability at cove.tool. His primary focus is on product development, supporting research efforts and guiding the AEC industry in defining their organizational strategy to adopt sustainability as a key parameter to move towards data-driven empirical design decision-making. Bansal strives to democratize building sciences for the masses, having a true impact in our fight against climate change. He has a Master of Science in Building Performance and Diagnostics from Carnegie Mellon and has served as a sustainability specialist on several large commercial projects.

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This event is offered virtually; you will receive an email with a Zoom link to access the program.