CONSTRUCT 2012: Specifying for High-Performance Buildings
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When: 9/11/2012
Where: Phoenix Convention Center
Phoenix, Arizona 
United States

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High-performance buildings cost-effectively optimize all attributes desired in a building from safety and security to sustainability to accessibility. Such optimization requires the engagement of all stakeholders at numerous points in the design and construction process. Tools such as building information modeling (BIM) facilitate this process and can be utilized across the building's life cycle. This session will examine the development of high-performance buildings; available tools, technologies, guidance and practices to achieve them; and how specifiers in particular can facilitate their widespread adoption. Ryan Colker, Deke Smith, and Roger Grant are presenting.

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