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Agenda
2013 New York State Green Building Conference

The concurrent sessions of this conference have been approved for a total of 16 PDHs, where participants can earn a maximum of 5 PDHs, 4 LUs (see below for approved sessions) and 0.5 CEUs (for registered architects). The concurrent sessions also have been approved by GBCI for 20 CE Hours and AIA LUs, where participants can earn a maximum of 5 CE hours and 5 AIA LUs, through the USGBC NY Upstate Chapter. As always, participants will be required to sign-in and out at each session attended. Please note that credit will not be awarded if sign-in/out sheets indicate attendance at sessions simultaneously.

Monday, March 11
at ESF's Gateway Center

1st Annual Student Leadership Summit

8:20 a.m. Registration & Networking
8:50

Welcome & Introductions

Katherina Searing, Associate Director for Professional Education, SUNY-ESF

9:00

Invited Speaker:

Elet Callahan, Professor of Law and Public Policy, Whitman School of Management, Syracuse University

9:50 Sustainable Footprint Activity
10:15 Activity Presentations
11:00 Networking with Student Mentors and Transition to the Pre-conference Workshop

The Planning, Design, and Construction of the Gateway Center: A Building that Teaches

Pre-Conference Workshop

11:00 a.m.

Registration & Networking

11:15

Lunch

11:45

Welcome & Lunch

Dr. Chuck Spuches, Associate Provost for Outreach, SUNY ESF
Katherina Searing, Associate Director for Professional Education, SUNY-ESF
Dr. Cornelius B. Murphy, Jr., President, SUNY-ESF

12:00 p.m.

The Gateway Vision

Moderator: Dr. Chuck Spuches, Associate Provost for Outreach, SUNY ESF

Gary Peden, Director, Physical Plant & Facilities, SUNY-ESF
Brian Boothroyd, Assistant Director of Physical Plant for Facilities, SUNY-ESF

Dan Arons, AIA, LEED, Architerra

12:40

Gateway Energy Systems and Analysis

Mike Kelleher, Executive Director of Energy and Sustainability, SUNY-ESF
Jocelyn Gan, Student Research Assitant, SUNY-ESF

1:05

Workshop Session I: Overview of Gateway

Moderator: Dr. Chuck Spuches, Associate Provost for Outreach, SUNY ESF

Dan Arons, AIA, LEED, Architerra

2:00

Break

2:20

Workshop Session I: Overview of Gateway (Continued)

Moderator: Dr. Chuck Spuches, Associate Provost for Outreach, SUNY ESF

Dave Madigan, P.E., LEED AP, Vice President, vanZelm
Jean Zangor, P.E., LEED AP, Vice President, vanZelm
Tim Toland, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture, SUNY-ESF
Darren Damone, Associate, Andropogon Associates

4:15

Workshop Session II: Tours of Gateway

Gateway Tour Stops

  1. Darren Damone, Associate, Andropogon Associates
  2. Dan Arons, AIA, LEED, Architerra
  3. Tim Toland, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture, SUNY-ESF
  4. Gary Peden, Director, Physical Plant & Facilities, SUNY-ESF
    Brian Boothroyd, Assistant Director of Physical Plant for Facilities, SUNY-ESF
  5. Mike Kelleher, Executive Director of Energy and Sustainability, SUNY-ESF
  6. Dave Madigan, P.E., LEED AP, Vice President, vanZelm
  7. Jean Zangor, P.E., LEED AP, Vice President, vanZelm

5:30 – 7:30

NYS Green Building Conference Reception with Career Networking and Gateway Open House

Tuesday, March 12
at the Syracuse Oncenter

7:00 a.m. Check-in and Continental Breakfast in Ballroom Atrium
8:00

Welcome and Introduction in Ballroom

Dr. Robert Meyer, Professor, SUNY ESF
Katherina Searing, Associate Director for Professional Education, SUNY-ESF

8:15

Keynote Presentation in Ballroom

Introduced by Dr. Ed Bogucz, Executive Director, Syracuse Center of Excellence

Resilient Design as a Driver of Sustainability

Alex Wilson, Founder, BuildingGreen, Inc.

9:15 Visit Sponsors and Exhibitors in Ballroom Atrium and Meeting Room Lobby

Concurrent Sessions

Track 1: Building Science

In Meeting Room 1

Track 2: Environmental

In Meeting Room 2

Track 3: Commercial

In Meeting Room 3

Track 4: LEED

In Meeting Room 4/5

10:00

A Natural Building Approach to Sustainable Development

Kevin V. Connors, PE, AIA, LEED AP, Principal, eco_logic STUDIO, architecture & engineering, PLLC

(Approved for 1 PDH)

Park Park-Integrated With Nature-Natural Systems Give Form to Architecture

Sean Surla, MLA, ASL, Landscape Architect, Landscape Architect

(Approved for 1 LU)

Planning for the New Sciences: Environment and Energy Research

James V. Blount, AIA, LEED AP, Principal, Ellenzweig

(Approved for 1 PDH)

Four Weddings and Funeral: perspectives on LEED

Jodi Smits Anderson, Director Sustainability Programs, DASNY

(Approved for 1 PDH)

10:55

Calibrated Modeling – How Well Does My Building Perform

Eveline Killian, CEM, Senior Engineer, Cx Associates

(Approved for 1 PDH)

Forest Gardening for Regenerative Landscapes

Frank Raymond Cetera, President, The Alchemical Nursery Project

(Approved for 1 LU)

From renovation to restoration: rediscovering value and sustainability in historic architecture

John Pumilio, Director of Sustainability, Colgate University

Robert Dwyer, Senior Project Manager, Colgate University

Andrew Graceffa, Project Manager, Viridian Energy & Environmental, LLC.

(Approved for 1 PDH)

LEED BD&C Credits Down and Dirty

Gretchen BeVard, LEED AP BD&C, Mechanical Engineer, GHD

Peter Lindabury, LEED AP BD&C, Principle-Senior Project Manager, GHD

(Approved for 1 PDH)

11:45

Lunch in Ballroom

12:15 p.m.

Presentation of the Green Building Advocate of the Year Award in Ballroom

Presented by the previous Green Building Advocate of the Year recipient, Dr. Cornelius B. Murphy, Jr., President, SUNY-ESF

12:30

Keynote Presentation in Ballroom

Introduced by Shere Abbott, Vice President for Sustainability Initiatives and University Professor of Sustainability Science and Policy, Syracuse University

Building a Clean Energy Future: The Intersection of Technology, Policy and Finance

Dan Reicher, Executive Director, Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance, Stanford University

1:30 Visit Sponsors and Exhibitors in Ballroom Atrium and Meeting Room Lobby

Concurrent Sessions

Track 1: Building Science

In Meeting Room 1

Track 2: Environmental

In Meeting Room 2

Track 3: Residential

In Meeting Room 3

Track 4: LEED

In Meeting Room 4/5

1:45

Building Structures and Thermal Bridging

James D'Aloisio, Principal, Klepper, Hahn & Hyatt

(Approved for 1 PDH)

Using New York’s Native Plant Communities as the Basis of Design for SUNY ESF’s Gateway Building Green Roof

Douglas J. Daley, Associate Professor, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry

(Approved for 1 PDH)

(Approved for 1 LU)

Restorative Housing and Community Regeneration in Utica, NY

Maureen McGeary Mahle, Director of Sustainable Housing Services, Steven Winter Associates, Inc.

(Approved for 1 PDH)

Commissioning at home and abroad

Louis W. Vogel, PE, LEED AP, Vice-President, Taitem Engineering, PC

(Approved for 1 PDH)

2:40

Design for Wellbeing

Clifford A. Cooper, MS, CIH, Senior Industrial Hygienist, VERTEX Companies

(Approved for 1 PDH)

An Introduction to Porous Pavements

Erin Reynolds, RLA, Registered Landscape Architect, Klepper, Hahn & Hyatt

(Approved for 1 PDH)

(Approved for 1 LU)

Affordable Housing & Sustainability: Making Green Design Available to All

Justin DeAbreu, Architect & LEED AP, HOLT Architects

Scott Reynolds, Director for Real Estate Development, Ithaca Neighborhood Housing Services

(Approved for 1 PDH)

Sustainable Urban Renewal: the Story behind Washington Station

Eugenia Brieva, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Partner, QPK Design

(Approved for 1 PDH)

3:35

Virtual Weatherization Education

Steve Klocke, Sustainability Consultant, Steven Winter Associates, Inc.

(Approved for 1 PDH)

Municipal Collaboration for Carbon Foot-printing Syracuse, New York case study

Richard Smardon, Professor, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry

Gregory Michel, Founder, Eco Aha!

(Approved for 1 PDH)

Building a Passive House for an Active Family

Susan Guthridge-Gould, Principal, Beyond Jargon, LLC

LEED v4 Technical Update

Christina Macken, Assistant Project Manager, LEED v4, U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)

4:30 Visit Sponsors and Exhibitors in Ballroom Atrium and Meeting Room Lobby
5:00

Plenary Panel & Roundtable Discussion – Challenges, Opportunities & Trends in Green Building in Ballroom

Moderator: Mark Lichtenstein, Executive Director, Syracuse CoE Center for Sustainable Community Solutions

Dave Madigan, P.E., LEED AP, Vice President, vanZelm
Alex Wilson, Founder, BuildingGreen, Inc.
Christina Macken, Assistant Project Manager, LEED v4, U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)
Craig Kneeland, Senior Project Manager, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA)

5:45 Closing Session and Conference Giveaway in Ballroom

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