TRACK 4: Building Envelope
Assistant Professor, Ball State University
Director of Sustainability, Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf
Daniel Overbey is an Assistant Professor of Architecture at Ball State University as well as the Director of Sustainability for Browning Day Mullins Dierdorf in Indianapolis, Indiana. His work focuses on high-performance building design and construction, environmental systems research, LEED- and WELL-related services, energy modeling, resilience, and evidence-based design. Daniel has over a million square feet of LEED project experience. A past chair of USGBC Indiana and past president of AIA Indianapolis, Daniel is devoted to leveraging and disseminating evidence-based design methods and resources to improve architectural practice, shape policy, and help project teams make better-informed design decisions.
There are a number of emerging digital platforms in the marketplace that offer teams an opportunity to collaborate with an unprecedented level of real-time performance metrics using building energy modeling (BEM) as design tool. However, a lack of certainty on when to apply BEM programs compounded by the perceived technical rigor embodied in the process of utilizing BEM can be intimidating and thus a deterrent to project teams already juggling competing priorities regarding project deadlines and budgets. This session will dispel this misconception and show just how accessible and dynamic design performance modeling using BEM can truly be - and this will be reinforced through a diverse array of built project examples.
This session has been approved for the following CEUs
1 AIA LU/Elective /> 1 BOMI CPD 1 AIBD P-CE