The built environment is an asset to maximizing human potential and cultivating well-being. This session explores the intersection between budgets, human health and energy conservation. We will share a sensitivity analysis showing the impact of energy efficiency strategies on occupant comfort and well-being for multiple building types across climate zones. We will also discuss budget impacts and best practices from different building rating systems for a range of building type and how they impact occupant comfort, well-being and energy efficiency.
Vinoth Sekar, PMP, CEM, WELL AP, LEED AP BD+C, Project Manager at Willdan
Other Programs in the "Road to IMPACT 2021" include:
Aug 20: Renewable Materials in Sustainable Building Products - Learn more and register a la carte
Oct 22: Soldiers Memorial Military Museum's Case for LEED and True - Learn more and register a la carte
Feb 18: Wgema Campus - Forest County Potawatomi Policy and Historic Preservation - Learn more and register ala carte.
These programs were originally scheduled to be delivered during the in-person 2020 conference before the Covid-19 pandemic resulted in the cancellation of these sessions.