The Lab Design Conference attracts hundreds of architects, engineers, lab planners, facility designers, and construction professionals for in-depth educational programming. Given the current pandemic crisis the event has transitioned to a virtual event in November 2020.
While high-performance design has largely focused on operation carbon, the new frontier for design is reducing the embodied carbon in building materials. Clark Nexsen’s Julia Janaro and Don Kranbuehl look at the tools for selecting low carbon materials and the methods for tracking and reducing the carbon in laboratory building systems and materials in higher-ed engineering research labs, adaptive reuse lab renovation projects, and plant science greenhouse lab facilities.
Breakout Session 9:
Transformation for the Next Generation – Creating Low Carbon Lab Facilities
On-Demand through January 31, 2021
Don Kranbuehl, FAIA, LEED AP BD+C
Principal, Clark Nexsen
Julia Janaro, AIA, LEED AP, WELL AP
Senior Architect, Clark Nexsen
Additional conference and session details are outlined below, and information regarding registration can be found here.