This session will explore how stakeholders are addressing resilience at multiple scales, assessing risks and responding through design strategies in buildings, urban design, and infrastructure.
A new award of $1.9 million in funding will support integration and evaluation of new internet-enabled products can improve customers’ comfort while reducing energy costs.
Our series featured workplace evaluation experts who presented practices to understand and create better workspaces for employees, managers and owners.
CBE’s occupant survey shows how well a building is performing from the perspective of its occupants. Use of the survey also qualifies for thermal comfort verification LEED credits.
The award will provide funding to advance the work of Livable Analytics, which provides occupant survey tools to assess and understand occupant satisfaction and interaction in commercial buildings.
New funding will support research on radiant systems, energy efficient thermal comfort, and on new technologies for monitoring and control of commercial buildings.
CBE has developed an interactive online map of radiant system buildings across the globe. This is a valuable resouce for design teams and commercial building stakeholders.
Use this web-based tool to predict thermal comfort that meets ASHRAE Standard-55. Includes detailed options for conventional building systems, adaptive comfort, and increased air speeds.