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Free Lighting Seminar at Chapman June 23rd!
Energy-Efficient Lighting and Designing within Today's Energy Codes
Registered architects and LEED APs can earn credit toward their professional designations by attending a series of programs offered by Chapman Construction/Design, an approved provider of LEED CMP and AIA CEU courses.
This presentation will focus on providing each attendee with a detailed overview of the current Building Energy codes, and teach them about available energy-efficient lighting technologies that they can use in their designs to meet and exceed energy code restrictions. Energy-efficient lighting technology highlights include: definition of High Performance T8 systems and how they compare to T5 technology, and a detailed analysis of LED technology and current product applications. We will also review how using energy-efficient lighting cannot only help meet stricter energy codes, but also create local and federal incentive opportunities for the client. In addition, we will review both a retrofit and new construction case study to further substantiate how to apply these lighting technologies in real-world projects. Presentation will be held on Wednesday, June 23rd at 4:00 p.m. at the Chapman Construction/Design office (84 Winchester St. Newton, MA).
Contact Courtney Borelli at Chapman if you'd like to attend!
Attendees are eligible for LEED CMP and AIA continuing education credit.