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Daniel Overbey, the Director of Sustainability for Browning Day, goes over what embodied carbon is and why it's important, the impact it has on the built environment (new construction and rebuilds) and how architects can track the embodied carbon of their projects in an effort to reach 2030 goals.
Brian Pallasch, EVP/CEO, IBBEC sits down with us to talk about the Moving Forward report. Each year, The National Institute of Building Sciences Consultative Council publishes the Moving Forward Report to investigate critical challenges facing the building industry.
Two sustainability experts at FitzGerald, Charlie Saville and Mike DeRouin, believe that buildings constructed in the 20’s will look entirely different from those built in the past decade. Listen in as they talk about how shifting energy codes are impacting construction, particularly within the multifamily sector.
Ryan Colker, Vice President of Innovation for the International Code Council is here to talk about how the ICC and ASHRAE have joined in the development of a standard to assess carbon emissions across the entire building life cycle.
Benjamin Meyer, the Building Enclosure Business Director with Siplast joined us to talk about the 2022 changes to ASHRAE 90.1. Listen in as Ben tell us about ASHRAE 90.1. What this standard entails and how the recent code changes affect architects.
Karl Fippinger, Vice President, Fire and Disaster Mitigation at the ICC joins us to discuss his role on the FEMA Mitigation Assessment Team as they evaluate building performance in areas that were affected by Hurricane Ian. Listen as he discusses how codes can protect infrastructure from natural disasters.
Cynthia Phifer Kracauer, Executive Director for The Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation joins us to talk about the podcast series, New Angle: Voice, dedicated to preserving and sharing the impactful lives of the most influential women in the history of architecture and design.