The September 21st webinar will cover electrical and lighting provisions of the 2018 Seattle and Washington state energy codes for “commercial buildings,” highlighting requirements that are new to this year’s code and the differences between the Seattle and State codes. (“Commercial buildings” include multifamily buildings taller than 3 stories.) Discussion topics will include new lighting power allowances, LLLCs for open office, lighting for “indoor horticulture,” special rules for dwelling units, controlled receptacles, renewable energy, lighting alterations, metering, commissioning, and more. Duane Jonlin, FAIA, will explain the WA and Seattle code requirements, while special guests Shaun Darragh from the Lighting Design Lab and A&R Solar will discuss design ideas for compliance. Q&A time to follow.
Learning Objectives:
1. Reduce energy use by optimizing lighting systems
2. Identify significant new lighting and electrical code provisions
3. Understand lighting control requirements and compliance options
4. Provide commissioning and energy metering effectively
5. Provide code-compliant renewable energy and “solar readiness”
Eligible for 2 AIA Learning Units

Brought to you in collaboration with the Lab at Seattle City Light and Seattle Department of Construction & Inspections

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DJ smile.pngDuane Jonlin, FAIA | Energy Code and Energy Conservation Advisor, Seattle Department of Construction and Inspections

Duane Jonlin is the “Energy Code and Energy Conservation Advisor” for Seattle’s Department of Construction and Inspections, and for eight years chaired the Energy Code Technical Advisory Group for the Washington State Building Code Council.  At the national level, he is a voting member of both the ASHRAE 90.1 Committee and the ICC Commercial Energy Code Committee, and serves on several national advisory committees. Prior to taking his position at the City of Seattle, Duane was a principal at NBBJ, with 30 years’ experience designing complex projects as a technical architect. He is a featured speaker nationally on issues of energy efficiency and energy regulations, and in 2016 was elected to the American Institute of Architects College of Fellows.

SD headshot.jpgShaun Darragh, MIES, LC | Senior Lighting Specialist, Lighting Design Lab at Seattle City Light

Shaun Darragh has more than 30 years in the lighting industry as an architectural lighting designer, instructor, daylighting and sustainability specialist, lighting control system consultant, and theatrical designer. Has taught and consulted on sustainability issues, lighting, and daylighting for the Lighting Design Lab and University of Washington Architecture Department.