Class eligible for CEUs through self-reporting

Lighting for Multi-Family Residential 209

CLASS TIME: 10:00 a.m. - Noon

CLASS DATES:

Tuesday, April 24, 2018 - Everett, WA

Friday, April 27, 2018 - Seattle, WA

Instructor: Shaun Darragh, LC

Lighting for multi-family residential projects can pose a wide range of potential challenges, opportunities and pitfalls. High aspirations, tight budgets, short schedules, and a wide variety of architectural space types make Multi-Family developments some of the most complicated projects out there.

Come and learn some tips and tricks to help ensure that your project will be visually effective while minimizing energy use. We will discuss a wide variety of space types including facades, lobbies, circulation, garages, and living areas, as well as how existing and upcoming energy and building codes may impact these projects.

Learning Goals

At the end of the class you will:

  • Understand the variety of space types inherent in this project type
  • Understand how to effectively apply lighting to each of these space types
  • Understand current and upcoming codes related to multi-family projects
  • Learn tips and tricks for everyday practice to improve the visual quality of the built environment while minimizing energy use

Lighting Controls 308

CLASS DATE: Thursday, June 7, 2018 - Seattle, WA

Two-day Workshop
Lighting controls offer opportunity to balance a visual environment, enhance space flexibility, and improve user satisfaction while saving significant amounts of energy, and potentially improving maintenance cycles. Wide scale adoption of well-designed and implemented controls systems has been hampered by perceived complexities and concerns about call backs. In this two-day, hands-on workshop, you will learn industry best practices and strategies, then apply them to an example project.

Advanced lighting controls offer opportunity to balance a visual environment, enhance space flexibility, and improve user satisfaction, while saving a significant amount of energy and potentially improving maintenance cycles. Wide scale adoption of well-designed and implemented advanced controls systems has long been hampered by perceived complexities and concerns about call backs. We will address these issues and misperceptions.

This comprehensive workshop will introduce you to modern lighting control strategies and equipment, and instruct you on how to effectively implement them on all projects. System design, specification, operational sequencing, installation, and commissioning will be discussed.

Using best practices, you will apply the knowledge you gained to design demonstration systems, and install and program the controls hardware of four industry leading manufacturers.

PLEASE NOTE:
Due to the nature of this workshop, it is limited to 24.

Who Should Attend
This workshop is suitable for lighting practitioners including designers, contractors, building operators, architects, engineers, and sales reps.

Working knowledge of lighting and the construction industry are necessary to gain the most value from this workshop.