Please join us for our August presentation:
Shedding Some Light on the New York State Energy Code
Starting with a tour of Se'lux, one of the Hudson Valley's premier lighting manufacturers, we will then hear a presentation on the Energy Conservation Construction Code of New York State, and the ramifications therein for commercial lighting design.
This presentation will serve to familiarize the audience with the layout and content of New York's Commercial Energy Code and its requirements. We will identify those sections of the Energy Code that are most often misunderstood, and are the most challenging to understand, with a special focus on the requirements for lighting.
This Program will give the participants a clear understanding of the following:
- Energy Code requirements of current and future building codes and standards in New York State
- Energy and cost consequences of not meeting compliance in key areas
- Lighting Power Density (LPD) calculations required to meet code
- Lighting Power Allowance calculations required to meet code
- Minimum requirements for lighting controls
This Presentation Qualifies for 1 AIA LU/HSW/SD
Register via the link to the left. You will need to log-in with your email address and create a profile if you have not already done so. You must use the email address associated with your Chapter membership account in order to receive the member's rate for registration. Advance registration fees: $10 for Chapter members and $15 for the general public. At the door: $15 for members and $20 for the public. Non-member students can pay $15 at the door with a valid school ID.
About The Presenters
Cliff Cooper, MS, CIH, LEED AP
Clifford Cooper is a Board Certified Industrial Hygienist, Certified Sustainable Building Advisor, Certified Sustainable Building Design Professional, Certified Building Analyst, and LEED AP. Mr. Cooper holds a Bachelors degree in Biology and a Master of Science Degree in Environmental Science. He teaches a 100-hour training and certification course for the Sustainable Building Advisor Institute (SBAinstitute.org) and SUNY Ulster, an on-line Introduction to Building Science course, and Building Analyst and Building Envelope courses for BPI Certification through the New York CEEBS program.
Mr. Cooper’s is a Senior Industrial Hygienist with Vertex Companies where he provides project design and oversight for environmental and health & safety project staff, and sustainable building consulting. His duties include working and collaborating with senior managers from around the country on matters of health, safety and the environment.
Through many years of work in building investigation Mr. Cooper has developed a unique perspective on building sustainability on the importance of advancing consideration in building design and operation for the comfort, health and safety for those who will occupy, operate, and maintain buildings. Mr. Cooper collaborates with construction and facilities teams on building design, construction and operations & maintenance as they may affect the built environment in terms of ventilation, indoor environmental quality, and occupant comfort, safety and health.
Michael Stiller, LEED AP, IESNA, IALD,
is a lighting practitioner and teacher whose career over the last 25 years has spanned the worlds of architectural lighting, experiential environments, theatrical presentations, television, and motion pictures. His architectural designs are represented in the corporate, retail, exhibit, residential and municipal markets. His theatrical designs have been produced in dozens of international venues ranging from raw industrial spaces to classical opera houses, state theaters, and arenas. And his work for camera has appeared in major motion pictures and network television. In 1998, Michael founded Michael Stiller Design, where he directs a flexible workforce of designers, project managers, and programmers. Michael has led lighting workshops abroad, been a guest lecturer at the Pratt Institute, and is currently a faculty member at FIT in the interior design department and the school for graduate studies' master's degree programs in exhibit design and sustainable interiors. He is a member of the board directors of the USGBC New York Upstate Chapter, and he conducts regular seminars, presentations, and webinars for the USGBC Chapter and the AEE. Michaels's popular, two-hour program, "LED Lighting, Half Baked or Ready for Prime Time?" is currently available for download as a webinar from the IESNA website. Michael is a guest lecturer for SUNY Ulster’s Professional Education Program, and he has just wrapped up work on a new book titled, Quality Lighting for High Performance Buildings, published by the Fairmont Press in conjunction with the Association of Energy Engineers.
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