Thu, Sep 14|
1 HSW - NM COTE presents: Sustainability Design from Structural and Civil Engineering Perspective
The intent of this class is to provide a deeper understanding of sustainable practices, designs, tools, and materials for civil and structural engineering projects. Both IN PERSON & VIRTUAL. Presented by Martin & Martin Consulting Engineers
Time & Location
Sep 14, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Albuquerque, 120 Vassar Dr SE # 100, Albuquerque, NM 87106, USA
About the Event
The intent of this class is to provide a deeper understanding of sustainable practices, designs, tools, and materials for civil and structural engineering projects. This includes an overview of site design, water reuse, adaptive building reuse, and structural materials. Additionally, sustainable design considerations that can be complimented and validated by performing Life Cycle Assessments will be discussed. This course will also outline sustainable civil and building certifications and provide an update on relevant local legislation for future public projects.
Learning Objective 1: Identify and implement sustainable site solutions and water reuse opportunities for civil design projects.
Learning Objective 2: Identify opportunities for adaptive building reuse and new sustainable material technology.
Learning Objective 3: Understand methodology that can be utilized for analyzing, optimizing, and certifying civil and structural sustainable designs.
Learning Objective 4: Understand current legislation regarding civil and structural requirements for public projects.