Regular CCHRB Meetings:
Date: Thursday October 12, 2017 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM
(Reception begins at 5:15 PM)
Face the Façade: High-performance design in Chicago high-rise buildings
Brett Bridgeland, CEM, LEED AP
Energy Engineer, Seventh Wave
Dive into the topic of envelope performance—arguably the largest single remaining opportunity for deep energy efficiency in Chicago high-rise buildings. This presentation focuses on all-glass buildings; debunking common industry myths and making the case for lower window-to-wall designs based on cost, performance and comfort. High-performance solutions for all-glass buildings are also discussed.
Brett Bridgeland, Architect, CEM, LEED AP Brett is an energy engineer for Seventhwave supporting the ComEd Energy Efficiency Program. He consults with design teams and building owners on high performance buildings. With experience in both the fields of architecture and engineering, he drives integrative, creative solutions that are supported by technical analysis. Brett’s building design portfolio includes residential and commercial high rises and city-scale developments, including projects that won Progressive Architecture and AIA Chicago Design Excellence awards. Brett earned his master’s degree in engineering from Stanford University and received his master’s in architecture from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
CCHRB Annual Seminars:
Aerial of Yongsan Towers
Architect: Adrian Smith and Gordon Gill
© Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture
Chicago Committee on High Rise Buildings