Continuing Education Credits
Read the event summary on our blog, Points of View.
New York City’s building stock represents a significant investment of natural resources, both in construction and operation. And, as new construction projects strive to achieve the Passive House Standard, many look to how similar energy-saving strategies can apply to our existing buildings. For some, the answer is EnerPHit; the passive house energy retrofit standard launched by Passive House Institute founder, Dr. Wolfgang Feist.
Join us to learn how EnerPHit requirements differ from the Passive House standard and how wide application in NYC can help us reach larger emission reduction goals. Speakers will also examine an EnerPHit case study in Brooklyn, discussing the challenges and opportunities.
|Interior and exterior view of EnerPHit case study project.|
Thank you to our event partners AIA New York and New York Passive House.
Principal and Owner, Jane Sanders Architect
Ms. Sanders is an architect and Certified Passive House Designer in Brooklyn, NY. Before starting her own business, she spent 12 years at Jan Hird Pokorny Associates, a firm specializing in Historic Preservation and Adaptive Reuse. She is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design.
Jeremy R. M. Shannon, AIA, LEED AP, BPI
CEO and Principal Architect, Build with Prospect, Inc. and Prospect Architecture
Mr. Shannon is a Certified Passive House Consultant and Tradesperson. He is a founder of the National Passive House Alliance and serves on the Board of Directors of NY Passive House. With Build with Prospect, Inc., he has designed and renovated eight townhouses to the EnerPHit standard.
Chief Engineer, Baukraft Engineering
Cramer founded Baukraft Engineering, which provides consulting and mechanical system design for architects and homeowners on low energy residential projects. He also teaches at Rhode Island School of Design and City College of New York.