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Doug Coenen, Principal with Walter P Moore, sat with us to talk about designing for severe weather, how its changed the way we look at design, and how we can build more resilient buildings. Listen to our thoughts on how the industry will navigate design as our weather continues to change.
Shirley Che, Marketing Director for the Zweig Group, talks about the ElevateHER Symposium happening in Dallas on February 15. Listen as we discuss the symposiums purpose and their commitment to help recruit, retain, and engage the best minds in the industry.
Gary Badge, Managing Principal at FK Architecture, talks about designing for the hospitality industry and the benefits of modular construction. Listen in as Gary discusses the demand for hospitality projects and the increased interest in recent years.
Tish Tablan, Program Director for Solar for All Schools with clean energy non-profit Generation180, sat down with us to talk about the recent “Brighter Future” report that analyzes the progress of the solar movement and success stories of schools that are leading the way.
The International Code Council presented at COP27 to provide solutions to address building resiliency and energy efficiency. Ryan Colker, ICC’s Vice President of Innovation, and Judy Zakreski, Senior Vice President of Global Operations and Services joined us to talk about some highlights from this year.
Daniel Overbey and Annie Koch join us to talk about all things net zero. Listen as they discuss the concept of getting to net zero before the RFP, including questions to ask before writing an RFP, and how project teams can approach net zero energy while working on a project.
Two building enclosure experts, Matthew Farmer and Will Babbington, join us to discuss the top questions we always get when it comes to the building enclosure. We’ll go over some of the most common building enclosure failures, what the ‘perfect wall’ should look like and some exciting new things coming up for building envelope trends in our industry.