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AIA 2030 Commitment Report 2013

AIA 2030 Commitment

In 2013, BSA COTE members aggregated and analyzed anonymous data from participating Boston-area firms.

The Commitment

The AIA 2030 Commitment is a growing national initiative that provides a consistent, national framework with simple metrics and a standardized reporting format to help firms evaluate the impact design decisions have on an individual project's energy performance. To truly rise to meet the energy reduction goals of 2030, we have to apply the principles of sustainable design to every project from its inception and early design through project completion and ongoing building operations–not just those projects where our clients wish to pursue third party green building certification. The profession can’t meet radical building energy use reduction targets one project at a time and architects are embracing the challenge at hand by thinking differently about sustainable design.

 

For more, visit the AIA 2030 Committment site.


AIA 2030 Challenge report roundtable

6:00 PM

February 11, 2014

During the summer of 2013, the BSA Committee on the Environment compiled and analyzed data representing 137 projects by Boston-area firms participating in the AIA 2030 Commitment. What can this study tell us about our progress? How can we leverage this data to further the goal of sustainable building through the A/C/E industries?

Emil A. Cuevas, Assoc. AIA of the Harvard University Office for Sustainability and Nick Gianetti Assoc. AIA present the report; Mark Warren and Connor Jansen of WSP, Philippe Genereux AIA of SMMA and Jim Stanislaski AIA of Gensler join the discussion. RSVP to rsvp@architects.org with “2030 2/11” in the subject line.

Preview the BSA 2030 Committment report.

Sponsored by WSP Group.


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