The strategic focus of CBEI is on full-spectrum retrofit of existing average size commercial and multi-family residential buildings. This report reviews the integrated design process for the CBEI headquarters building.
A key objective of the EEB Hub is to provide successful demonstrations of integrated building design methods that lead to deep, reliable cuts in energy use while improving overall asset value overall in real estate markets.
Building 101 in the Navy Yard is the temporary headquarters of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Efficient Building Hub. The building, owned by the Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation (PIDC), has become one of the nation’s most highly instrumented commercial buildings.
The purpose of this study was to assist GPIC investigators in understanding how aspects of energy efficient building components affect occupant satisfaction, performance, and wellbeing.
This report describes the variety of AEC CAD applications that exist to create drawings for new and existing construction projects.
This study is focused on simulation-based performance assessment of a number of electric lighting system design scenarios aiming to get energy savings with increased system efficiency coupled to daylight-linked controls while preserving visual comfort conditions for indoor spaces.