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07 March 2017
Provider: The Toronto 2030 District
Time: 6:30 - 9:00 PM
Location: The Spoke Club
6:30 - 7:00 PM - Drinks, food, and socializing. Appetizers available.
7:00 - 8:00 PM - Lecture
8:00 - onwards - Q + A followed by informal networking. Appetizers available.
*This event can be counted towards OAA Structured Learning ConEd hours.
**In order to ensure that as many people can attend this free event as possible, we oversubscribe registration to account for no-shows. Registration does not guarantee entry if we are at capacity. Please arrive early at the event to ensure yourself access.
STEVE KEMP| Principal, RDH Building Science
Steve Kemp is a building science engineer specializing in energy modelling and design, and sustainability. His work experience includes a wide range of projects including green building design facilitation, renewable energy technology studies and energy research. Steve has developed energy modeling software for Natural Resources Canada, the US Environmental Protection Agency as well as utilities and product suppliers.
Steve has undergraduate degrees in Physics and Engineering as well as a Masters of Applied Science in Mechanical Engineering from Dalhousie University. He is a registered professional engineer in Ontario, a past-president of the IBPSA-Canada, and past-chair the Energy & Engineering Technical Advisory Group for the CaGBC and a Director for the Canadian Energy Efficiency Alliance.
KEVIN STELZER | Principal, B+H Architects
Kevin is a Principal at B+H Architects; focusing on laboratory, retroft/renewal, commercial and educational building types across Canada, the United States, the UAE and Asia. He studied architecture at the University of Waterloo and studied Building Science at the University of Toronto. He is a licensed architect, Building Science Specialist of Ontario (BSSO) and a LEED accredited professional. He served on the CaGBC Energy & Engineering Technical Advisory Group and on the UN Sustainable Buildings & Climate Initiative Task Force. He has extensive experience in sustainable design, construction documentation and engineering coordination. He has participated in some of Canada’s most compelling sustainable projects including: The UBC Student Union Building (B+H/DIALOG), The Centre for Engineering Innovation at the University of Windsor (B+H Architects), the Integrated Learning Centre at Queen’s University (B+H Architects), the TDCCBR at the University of Toronto (Architects Alliance/ Behnisch), and the York University Computer Science Building (Architects Alliance/Busby).
About the Event:
We know that achieving zero energy buildings requires a higher collaboration between design disciplines... and what brings architects and engineers together better than beer?
Come out to this pub night to network and learn from your peers about recent experiences in designing ultra low-energy and low-emission buildings..and earn OAA ConEd hours to boot!
RSVP for the event here!
The Toronto 2030 District is a unique public/private effort to support building sector stakeholders to significantly improve building performance and reduce greenhouse gas emissions in downtown Toronto by the year 2030.
Founded by the Ontario Association of Architects and Sustainable Buildings Canada, along with over 40 stakeholder organizations, the 2030 District supports multi-stakeholder collaboration to identify both the technical and systemic barriers and opportunities to emissions reductions, while seeking to promote Toronto as a global leader in addressing climate change.