Building Energy Exchange
Please note that this is a past event.
Join us, IESNYC's NYC Lighting Council, and the Building Code Committee of the AIA New York Chapter, for the last session of our three-part series on Lighting Codes. This program will include a summary, dialogue, and panel discussion on upcoming changes to the Energy Conservation Codes, focusing on daylighting and control requirements between the 2012 International Energy Conservation Code and ASHRAE 90.1-2010. The panel will cover what is in the new codes, which requirements influence design choices or compliance paths, and how the revisions will affect the use of lighting in NYC.
McKay is an architect and Principal at Horton Lees Brogden Lighting Design, where she heads the Daylighting and Sustainable Design Studio for all four offices. She has participated in the development of lighting energy codes since the early '70s, and has led IES and IALD committees on lighting quality metrics and energy management. She is a member of the IES Daylighting Metrics subcommittee that developed the Spacial Daylighting Autonomy metric, and is a designer for the educational exhibits and future lighting for Green Light NY.
Stacy is Principal at Arup and leads the Arup Lighting effort in the Americas region three lighting offices. He has extensive, award winning experience designing daylighting, architectural lighting and related systems for a range of exterior and interior environments in the museum, performance, art, civic, entertainment and corporate sectors. His projects vary and include bespoke solutions for products, through the optimization of light, natural and electric.
Munson is senior sales representative for New York Metropolitan area, Philips, N.A., with experience in energy retrofit and Code Compliance NYC projects.
Romano is senior sales specialist with Philips Lighting N.A. with over 20 years experience in Energy Conservation, Lighting and Lighting Controls. He heads the sales effort in Controls and Energy Conservation for the NY Metropolitan office.
Moderator: Jim Conti, Jim Conti Lighting Design
IESNYC & BEEx Members and Students Free
Non-Members and Guests $30.00
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