Your Revit model offers a lot more than ‘just’ the documentation of design decisions. For example, you can easily leverage it to create data that helps you understand how your design will use energy, as well as a range of potential options that can be incorporated in your design prior to construction.
Join us, as Nick Marchek, BIM Specialist at Microsol Resources, discusses how Energy Optimization for Revit through Autodesk Insight can help you make informed design decisions, as well as provide data to help meet the Architecture 2030 goals.
During this webinar, you will gain unique insights into the energy and environmental performance at the different stages of a building's lifecycle. An invaluable tool to help deliver higher performing buildings and identify energy cost savings solutions.
The AIA 2030 commitment is the AIA’s (American Institute of Architects) framework to support the Architecture 2030 Challenge, “a breakthrough vision that calls for all new buildings, developments, and major renovations to be carbon-neutral by 2030”. The Commitment is a national framework with simple metrics and a standardized reporting format that provides a structure for tracking progress and helps firms meet the challenge.
Autodesk, along with AIA, will be supporting further development of the AIA Design Data Exchange (DDx) API, enabling easier, more extensive reporting. This follows the success of the initial development and is part of our support of the AIA2030 Commitment.
About the Presenter:
Nick Marchek is a building information modeling (BIM) specialist at Microsol Resources, an Autodesk Platinum Partner in their Philadelphia office. He is particularly interested in the interaction between design and technology innovation as it relates to digital fabrication and cloud computing where one can work anytime, anywhere and optimize designs with virtually infinite and mobile cloud computing power. Nick has a Bachelor and Master of Architecture from Pennsylvania State University. He has given talks on building information modeling and technology innovation at various conferences including Autodesk University and Revit User Group.
Microsol Resources is an Approved Provider through the AIA/CES and will provide a Certificate of Completion for 1 AIA LU/HSW and PDH for this seminar.