DURATION: 2 hours
TIME: 2:00 P.M. - 4:00 P.M. CST Sign in begins at 1:45 P.M.
LOCATION: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre
The adoption of the 2017 National Energy Code for Buildings has resulted in a number of changes to how buildings are designed and approved by municipalities. Over the past 10 months municipalities and consultants have been working through the new process and have acquired lessons learned. The goal of this session is to provide you with insight from the City of Regina, City of Saskatoon, and local consultants on how to mitigate challenges you may be facing in your projects. This session will include a series of short presentations with opportunities to discuss your project challenges or lessons learnt with colleagues in an informal, roundtable discussion setting.
Kelly Winder is an engineer with over two decades of experience in the buildings industry, including 7 years with the Saskatchewan Research Council as a building scientist, and is an ASHRAE Building Energy Modelling Professional. Kelly’s expertise includes building energy modelling, renewable energy system modelling, and building envelope analysis. He has generated dozens of energy models for energy code compliance and the MB Hydro incentive programs since their initiation. Kelly is a member of the Performance Compliance Task Group of the Standing Committee on Energy Efficiency, National Energy Code for Buildings.
Dallas Huard is an Architect and partner at aodbt architecture + interior design, bringing experience working with multiple project teams across western Canada. Dallas offers 15 years of experience specializing in education, recreation, and health care design. With a background in architectural technology, Dallas is detail oriented and is engaged in all phases of a project. He has been actively involved in projects requiring compliance with the most recent NECB requirements and understands the challenges that are being faced when moving projects through the review and approval process. As a prime consultant representative, Dallas will be able to speak to the opportunities and challenges that come with representing an owner’s interests, coordinating a consultant team, and meeting NECB 2017 requirements in various jurisdictions.
Kresten Krogsgaard, P.Eng. is a Class 3 building official with the City of Regina. He has been with the City of Regina for five years, and recently completed his second year working for the Building Standards Branch. He is the City of Regina’s lead regarding the NECB, and has been involved with the energy stakeholder meetings over the previous months. Kresten graduated from the University of Regina’s Environmental Systems Engineering program in 2014.
Roger Bradley, A Professional Engineer at The City of Saskatoon, holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan and a Cad/Cam Diploma from Sask Polytech. Roger has spent half of his careers in the manufacturing industry before joining the City in 2008. He started as a Plan Review engineer reviewing commercial building permit applications and now is managing the field inspection section of the Building Standards Division. Roger provides guidance and training to building inspectors for both residential and commercial building permits which includes the National Building Code and Energy Requirements for all buildings.
2:00 P.M. – Welcome and Introductions
2:10 P.M. – 2:30 P.M. – Lessons Learned from approval bodies (City of Saskatoon / City of Regina)
2:30 P.M. - 3:00 P.M. – Roundtable Discussion
3:00 P.M. – 3:20 P.M. – Lessons Learned from consultant teams (aodbt / Crosier Kilgour & Partners Ltd).
3:20 P.M. – 3:50 P.M. – Roundtable Discussion
3:50 P.M. – 4:00 P.M. – Wrap up
*Note: This event is FREE for all Build Sask Green 2019 Attendees!
*This is a Saskatchewan Chapter event open to the public and providing special member pricing
to its Chapter members. If you are an employee of a national member company, please sign in to www.cagbc.org
and join the Chapter for free, to become eligible for member pricing. If your company is not a national member, you can join the Chapter as an individual, or encourage your company to become a national member.
Please arrive at 1:45 P.M. to sign-in to this event.
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About the Chapter
Hosted by the CaGBC Saskatchewan Chapter.
The CaGBC Saskatchewan Chapter seeks to lead and accelerate the transformation to high-performing, healthy green buildings, homes and communities throughout Saskatchewan.