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Building Innovation 2023 webinar series
Welcome to Building Innovation: Webinar Series!

Each year, the National Institute of Building Sciences hosts the Building Innovation conference, reaching hundreds of building professionals from across the country. As part of our mission to continue education from the conference, NIBS has launched this webinar series to allow built environment professionals the opportunity to virtually learn from subject matter experts on a variety of topics.

Our experts will cover what our Building Innovation attendees have come to expect: groundbreaking strategies, tools and trends, solutions to issues in the building industry, and workforce solutions.

Oct
3
2023
Add to Calendar 10/03/2023 12:00 PM 10/03/2023 01:00 PM America/New_York The Intersect of Resilience, Low-Embodied Carbon, and LCCA in Materials Selection This presentation will outline how climate resilience, low-embodied carbon materials objectives, and LCCA intersect while also providing separate important data points in the evaluation of materials for each client project. Virtual Event
This presentation will outline how climate resilience, low-embodied carbon materials objectives, and LCCA intersect while also providing separate important data points in the evaluation of materials for each client project.
Nov
9
2023
Add to Calendar 11/09/2023 12:00 PM 11/09/2023 01:00 PM America/New_York Accelerating Digital Transformation with the U.S. National BIM Program

The U.S. built environment has yet to realize the full benefits of digital transformation. NIBS is leading the development and dissemination of next-gen practice standards and processes for the built environment. The U.S.

Virtual Event
Nov
28
2023
Add to Calendar 11/28/2023 01:00 PM 11/28/2023 02:00 PM America/New_York Cyber-Physical Impact Modeling Webinar The risk profile of current and emerging cyber threats to commercial and institutional building sites cannot be overstated. Sites include and may not be limited to critical utilities such as electric, water and waste management, hospitals, nursing homes, schools, airports, stadiums, office buildings, prisons, and courts. Protecting these sites from bad actions or errors from employees can minimize outside takeover of operational systems, risk to loss of life, personal injury, and harm to the environment. Virtual Event
The risk profile of current and emerging cyber threats to commercial and institutional building sites cannot be overstated. Sites include and may not be limited to critical utilities such as electric, water and waste management, hospitals, nursing homes, schools, airports, stadiums, office buildings, prisons, and courts. Protecting these sites from bad actions or errors from employees can minimize outside takeover of operational systems, risk to loss of life, personal injury, and harm to the environment.
Dec
12
2023
Add to Calendar 12/12/2023 02:00 PM 12/12/2023 03:00 PM America/New_York Innovations and Operations: Developments in Sustainable Precast Concrete Precast concrete is a durable and resilient material that provides many benefits to efficient, sustainable structures in the long term. While precast concrete has an upfront CO2 impact, the industry is working to reduce GHG emissions and increase the efficiency of its products. Virtual Event
Precast concrete is a durable and resilient material that provides many benefits to efficient, sustainable structures in the long term. While precast concrete has an upfront CO2 impact, the industry is working to reduce GHG emissions and increase the efficiency of its products.
Jan
16
2024
Add to Calendar 01/16/2024 01:00 PM 01/16/2024 02:00 PM America/New_York Unlocking the Metaverse: The Cyber-Physical Relationship Emerging tech solutions like Metaverse, AI, Blockchain and Digital Twins are providing opportunities and challenges for the built environment. Virtual Event
Emerging tech solutions like Metaverse, AI, Blockchain and Digital Twins are providing opportunities and challenges for the built environment.
Jan
25
2024
Add to Calendar 01/25/2024 02:00 PM 01/25/2024 03:00 PM America/New_York The Intersection of AI and Building Sciences: A New Era of Intelligent Infrastructure In this session, we will delve into the captivating world of AI applications in the building sciences, share the lessons learned by these pioneers, and present outcomes from a series of global webinars that the National Institute of Building Sciences, Asset Leadership Network, and American Institute of Architects have participated in. Virtual Event
In this session, we will delve into the captivating world of AI applications in the building sciences, share the lessons learned by these pioneers, and present outcomes from a series of global webinars that the National Institute of Building Sciences, Asset Leadership Network, and American Institute of Architects have participated in.
Mar
26
2024
Add to Calendar 03/26/2024 01:00 PM 03/26/2024 02:00 PM America/New_York Off-site Construction: Delivering Better Buildings

There is no shortage of excuses not to build differently, but the current challenges we face as a building industry and society are becoming too tenuous to continue the status quo.

Virtual Event
Jun
3
2024
Add to Calendar 06/03/2024 01:00 PM 06/03/2024 02:00 PM America/New_York Digital Twinning in Practice: Insights, Potentials, and Challenges

Digital twins – detailed digital replicas of physical buildings – are recognized for enhancing design, management, and operational processes.

Virtual Event
Jun
11
2024
Add to Calendar 06/11/2024 01:00 PM 06/11/2024 02:00 PM America/New_York U.S. Design Guidance for CLT Floor Systems with Residential and Office Occupancy Loads

Mass timber structural systems are gaining popularity in U.S. construction of multi-unit residential buildings and office buildings for a number of reasons.

Virtual Event
Jun
20
2024
Add to Calendar 06/20/2024 11:00 AM 06/20/2024 12:00 PM America/New_York The Circular Economy – A Pathway to Net Zero

The built environment consumes 40% of all resources globally, generally following the take-make-waste linear economy.

Virtual Event
Jul
9
2024
Add to Calendar 07/09/2024 01:00 PM 07/09/2024 02:00 PM America/New_York Fostering Collaboration for Climate Adaptation and Decarbonization in the Built Environment In a time characterized by rising climate extremes, this session underscores the significance of bridging the gap between the public and private sectors to effectively prepare for climate challenges. Virtual Event
In a time characterized by rising climate extremes, this session underscores the significance of bridging the gap between the public and private sectors to effectively prepare for climate challenges.
Jul
31
2024
Add to Calendar 07/31/2024 02:00 PM 07/31/2024 03:00 PM America/New_York NASA’s POWER Project: Global Solar Insolation, Meteorological Parameter Data, and Web Services to Support Sustainable Building Design and Operations The building industry is striving to adopt green solutions to make infrastructure more energy efficient to meet the 2050 net-zero climate goals. Virtual Event
The building industry is striving to adopt green solutions to make infrastructure more energy efficient to meet the 2050 net-zero climate goals.
Aug
1
2024
Add to Calendar 08/01/2024 01:00 PM 08/01/2024 02:30 PM America/New_York Construction and Fire Risk: An Insurance Perspective

ICC and AIA credits are pending

Buildings are built using a variety of construction types, methods, and materials. There are many risks to property and occupants, including fire, water, intrusion, extreme weather, and other natural disasters.

Virtual Event