Rivion is pleased to announce that Dave Hubka, Director of Program Development, will be a guest speaker at the Green Building – Vilnius 2018 in November. His session will focus on “Platinum Certification is not Enough: Does Performance = Expectations?”
Sustainable and healthy buildings begin with an integrative process that involves all project stakeholders. Projects in which the design has exceeded mandatory building/mechanical codes while applying third party rating systems are better prepared to deliver optimal performance. Optimal design but may not always lead to optimal ongoing performance. The presentation will discuss methods to achieve optimal ongoing performance so that decisions made during the integrative process, as they relate to health and sustainability, are realized throughout the life cycle of the building.
Projects that have achieved dual certifications (LEED v4 + WELL) will be reviewed to outline the challenges and solutions implemented to set them above standard code-compliant buildings.
- Identify the challenges faced when matching building performance with design expectations.
- Recognize design strategies that can promote long-term optimal building performance and contribute to the health and well-being of the occupants.
- Define turnover phase tactics that can be implemented to set the building up for ongoing success.
- Describe recurring post-occupancy phase procedures to maintain continued success.
About Green Build – Vilnius 2018:
The largest forum in the Baltics on sustainable real estate development Green Building – Vilnius, 2018 will take place on 8th of November, 2018 in Best Western hotel (Konstitucijos pr. 14, Vilnius). This year’s conference topic is Building green: what makes a difference? Local and foreign experts, leaders of real estate development, architects and engineers will share their experiences, best practices and will approach the key tendencies and innovations in sustainable real estate markets.