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High-Performance Window Systems (Efficiency Works Training)
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An Efficiency Works training . . . Recent advances in window and frame technology provide a significant opportunity to improve the comfort, durability and energy efficiency offered by commercial building envelope systems. Join Robert Clarke for an informative and entertaining presentation on principles, applications and case studies of high-performance window systems. Approved for 1.5 LU/HSW for AIA CEUs.

When: 08/20/2014
8:30-10:00 AM
Where: Lincoln Center, Columbine Room
417 W Magnolia St
Fort Collins 80521
Presenter: Robert Clarke

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An Efficiency Works training.

Windows and frames are the critical link in high-performing building envelope systems and the technology is growing by leaps and bounds.  High-performance window, storefront and curtainwall systems are available that far exceed the thermal performance of conventional systems and lead to improved comfort, energy performance, and sound attenuation. Please join Robert Clarke, an independent window consultant, of Robert Clarke Associates to learn all there is to know about high performance window systems. 

Robert Clarke is a leading international expert in the application of architectural glass technology to sustainable design. Drawing on Princeton Engineering and Stanford Business degrees, he has worked for more than three decades at the forefront of super insulating curtainwall, storefront and window engineering. Robert's research and recommendations empower novel designs involving high-percentage glass skins, net zero energy goals, integral PV, dynamic glazing, and HVAC innovation. Robert initiated and oversaw the on-site remanufacture of over 13,000 insulating-glass units at the Empire State Building. Other complex projects include the National Gallery of Art, San Jose Convention Center, Art Institute of Chicago, and recently completed LEED Platinum Packard Foundation in Los Altos, California.

This course has been approved for 1.5 LU/HSW for AIA CEUs.

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