Commercial Provisions of 2015 IECC Training
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Learn about recent changes to the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) and how you can implement this latest version in the planning and designing of highly efficient buildings.
Do you know how to integrate and implement the IECC to establish best practices for your building’s efficiency? APS and the Arizona Chapter of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) are offering a full-day, in-depth training on the Commercial Provisions of the 2015 IECC as part of our Energy Efficiency Technical Training series. This workshop is geared toward architects, engineers, builders and building management professionals. The session will cover the basics of IECC and how to integrate it to improve energy efficiency and building performance.
- Understand societal impacts of energy use and the history of U.S. energy codes
- Learn how to use the energy code to establish best practices for energy use
- Recognize the major changes between the 2012 and 2015 IECC editions
- Understand the difference between IECC prescriptive/efficiency package options, total building performance and ASHRAE 90.1 compliance measures
- Identify building components that are part of compliance including building thermal envelope, mechanical, service water heating, power and lighting
- Identify building systems commissioning requirements based on heating/cooling capacity and lighting controls
- Prepare a COMcheck compliance report for code compliance
- Learn how to apply the IECC to remodeling and major renovation projects
Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Registration: 7:30 a.m.
Program: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
300 E. Wigwam Lane
Litchfield Park, AZ 85340
Free self-parking available
Cost per person
$150 general public
50% discount for APS commercial customers and Trade Allies
(Includes breakfast and lunch)
Please note: Invoicing is only available to APS governmental customers or by pre-approval. All unapproved invoice requests will be considered unpaid, and the registration will be void. Please make checks payable to AEE.
We highly recommend bringing your laptop to this training so that you can follow along with the presentation. If you would like to request a laptop for the workshop, please contact Patti Najarian.
Prior to the class, you will receive access to a website that includes the presentation and any handouts associated with the class. As part of our efforts to be more sustainable, we will not provide printed copies of the presentation. If you are unable to access the Internet, you may request that these documents be emailed to you.
All attendees will receive a certificate of class participation upon completion of a class evaluation survey.
Anthony Floyd is a licensed architect and fellow of the American Institute of Architects. Since 1997, he has served as the green building manager and energy code specialist for the City of Scottsdale and from 1988 to 1995 as building official. Mr. Floyd is the vice chairman of the ICC Sustainability and Energy Code Action Committee in development of code changes for the 2018 IECC. He is a faculty associate at Arizona State University on green/energy codes, standards and rating systems. Mr. Floyd has a civil engineering and architecture degree from Penn State University and a Master’s degree in public administration from Arizona State University.
When & Where
APS Solutions for Business
Program funded by APS customers and approved by the Arizona Corporation Commission.