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Integrated Design Assistance for New Construction and Major Renovation (Efficiency Works Training)
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Learn how this innovative Fort Collins Utilities incentive program provides resources to help design and construct high performance buildings. Case studies of local projects will be presented.

When: 10/21/2015
8:30-10:00 AM
Where: Community Room
215 N. Mason St.
Fort Collins, Colorado 

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An Efficiency Works training.

What do more than 30 high-performing buildings in Fort Collins have in common?

Each one benefited from Fort Collins Utilities’ Integrated Design Assistance Program (IDAP). Join us to learn how IDAP contributed to two cutting-edge local projects - Woodward's new Industrial Turbine Systems facility and CSU’s PowerHouse Energy Campus. The presentation also includes an overview of the financial and technical support available to participants, as well as a discussion on how IDAP can make your next project healthy, comfortable and energy efficient.

This discussion is ideal for building owners, architects, engineers, contractors, developers, maintenance personnel or anyone else who works in buildings and wants to understand why some feel better to be in than others.

Instructor Bios:

Mac McGoldrick is a faculty member in the Philosophy Department and Director of Operations for the Energy Institute – both at Colorado State University.  Mac was hired as a Cultural Anthropologist by the CSU Engines & Energy Conversion Laboratory to bring a social science element to their global access to energy work, primarily, to a clean burning biomass cook stoves program. Successes in that work led to involvement in a wide variety of research projects, including work to expand the facilities and help launch the Energy Institute. The Institute aims to grow the impact, reach, and reputation of energy research and education at Colorado State University by increasing collaboration with industry and governmental partners, creating new research and educational opportunities for CSU faculty and students, and accelerating the dissemination of CSU solutions.


As a valued Senior Engineer with Brendle Group, Julie Sieving puts her 18 years of experience to work for clients ranging from leading edge companies, utilities and ski areas. Julie leads Brendle Group’s Energy Services practice area which includes services related to energy efficiency, renewable energy and energy management. As a professional engineer (PE) and LEED accredited professional, Julie was Brendle Group’s lead for design assistance for the  Woodward ITS building related to energy and water innovations. Her energy expertise is informed by hands-on experience facilitating integrated design, along with conducting over 100 on-site facility assessments and building commissioning projects.


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