Case Study: California Air Resources Board Headquarters Building
Presented by: Avideh Haghighi AIA, LFA, LEED GA, ZGF Architects; Marisa Keckeisen, AIA, ZGF Architects; Paul Erickson LEED AP BD+C — Principal | Affiliated Engineers, Inc.
AIA/CES (HSW) Learning Units: 1.5 Hours
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Situated in the historic City of Riverside, the new headquarters of the California Air Resources Board (CARB) has now become the largest true net-zero energy facility in the nation—producing more energy than it uses. The project is designed to achieve LEED Platinum certification and meets all CALGreen Tier 2 building standards. This facility symbolizes the transition of transportation in California to zero-emission technologies.
Presented by leaders of ZGF Architects and Affiliated Engineers, Inc., this program illustrates strategies that contribute to achieving net-zero performance for a dynamic and energy-intensive campus including active and passive energy-efficiency strategies for storing surplus energy and for reducing operational and embodied carbon.
This course, presented courtesy of AIA California, meets the requirements for continuing education coursework in Zero Net Carbon Design (ZNCD) for California architecture license renewals starting in 2023.
Upon successful completion of a multiple-choice quiz, a Certificate of Completion will be available for download and can be used to verify your licensure requirements.
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