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Labs21 Introductory Course: High-Performance, Low-Energy Design

Monday, September 15
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

The Labs21 High Performance, Low-Energy Design Course is a full-day workshop that introduces strategies for designing and constructing sustainable laboratories in both new and existing facilities. While designed as an introductory course, those familiar with sustainable laboratory design were also encouraged to attend and contribute to the discussion.

Seasoned laboratory designers, energy managers, and facilities professionals from the Labs21 Team taught the course and covered topics that included:

  • The architecture and engineering of high performance laboratories
  • The energy-efficient design process
  • Air supply and distribution systems
  • Laboratory exhaust systems
  • Direct digital controls
  • Commissioning
  • Lighting
  • Case studies
  • Resources and tools

Course Materials
As part of the course, each participant receives detailed course materials. In addition, attendees receive an electronic copy of the Labs21 Tool Kit, a valuable resource to help attendees meet their sustainable design goals.

NOTE: This course is worth 6 Professional Development Hours (PDHs) for professional engineers and 6 Continuing Education Credits (CECs) from the American Institute of Architects for registered architects.

 

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