SEAM will be hosting a dinner seminar featuring a recorded NCSEA webinar discussing Carbon Emissions of Structural Systems.
- Review the CO2 emissions of steel, concrete, masonry, and wood construction, as well as building construction in general.
- Discuss how to reduce the emissions in practical ways.
- Review a methodology to determine the approximate annual heating energy usage of a building based on construction and site factors.
- Compare CO2 emissions from initial construction to annual emissions from heating energy.
This webinar is Diamond Reviewed. However, it is not accredited in New York, where seminars must be live.*
DATE: Thursday, April 27th, 2017
WEBINAR SPEAKER: Jim D’Aloisio is a Principal with Klepper, Hahn & Hyatt, a structural engineering, landscape architecture, and building envelope services firm in East Syracuse, NY. A graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Mr. D’Aloisio is a Registered Professional Engineer (NY and MA). He has written over 20 articles on the relationship between building structures and sustainability.
Certified by the Structural Engineering Certification Board (SECB) – LEED Accredited Professional (LEED AP BD+C) – GPRO (Green Professionals Contractor Training) instructor – Past Chair of the ASCE Structural Engineering Institute (SEI) Sustainability Committee – Steering committee of the SEI Thermal Bridging Task Committee – Principal investigator for the Pankow Foundation sponsored research project “Thermal Break Strategies for Cladding Systems in Building Structures” – Former Chair of the U.S. Green Building Council’s New York Upstate Chapter – Former USGBC National Board Member (2009) – Trained member of the Climate Reality Leadership Corps.
The Daniel Hotel
10 Water Street
1.5 PDHs will be awarded*
$45.00 for SEAM and NECSEA members
$65.00 for non-members
5:30-6:00 Registration and happy hour
6:00-6:45 Buffet dinner
by Monday, April 24th, 2017
Please click here to register. Online payments via PayPal are available.
Sincerely, Dan Chase, P.E.
* NCSEA does not warrant that a course complies with the continuing education requirements in all jurisdictions