06 February 2013
Provider: The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada
This course is directed at Architects and allied built-environment professionals, and examines the application of core sunlighting approaches and technologies in commercial buildings as sustainable strategies to reduce costs, offset greenhouse gas, and provide a substantially improved indoor environment in workplaces.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Develop a common framework to define core sunlighting and its scope of application;
- Review basic scientific principles of illumination, sunlight harvesting and distribution;
- Develop methodologies to quantify performance and analyze the cost-benefits of core sunlighting strategies
- Identify technical issues in deploying core sunlighting technologies within buildings; and
- Conect the importance of utilizing core sunlighting in the built environment as a sustainable building strategy to support the sustainability goals common to many communities.
Delivered in a traditional classroom, the course will include case studies and visits to:
1 - BCIT Building NE#25 - Demonstration Site
2 - UBC Biological Science Building - Demonstration Site
Delegates will gather at 8:30am at BCIT's Burnaby campus and enjoy 1 - 2 hours of presentation. Delegates will then participate in a site tour of the technology on BCIT's Burnaby campus and then board a bus to UBC's Point Grey campus for a tour of the technology that is active on their campus.
Date: October 4th, 2012 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Location: 3700 Willingdon Avenue
Building NE1, Room 239
Burnaby, BC V5G 3H2, Canada
RAIC Member - $ 375.00
Non-Member - $ 475.00
Phone: (613) 241-3600 x 207