I2SL Full-Day Workshop: Sustainable Strategies for Laboratory Planning and Design

Offered in support of the Smart Lab Accelerator Partnership Program

2019 Sustainable Strategies Training Attendees

Under a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Department of Energy, I2SL is also offering this workshop in support of the Smart Lab Accelerator Partners. Partners or those interested in becoming partners should see staff at the conference registration table.

This version of the Introductory Course on High-Performance, Low-Energy Design is a full-day workshop that introduces strategies for designing and constructing sustainable laboratories, both new and renovated.

Seasoned laboratory designers, energy managers, and facilities professionals will teach the course, and cover topics that include:

  • The architecture and engineering of high-performance laboratories
  • The energy-efficient design process
  • Laboratory Planning
  • HVAC Design
  • Lighting
  • Water efficiency
  • Financing options for energy conservation and renewable energy projects
  • Case studies
  • Resources and tools


Who Should Attend This Workshop?

Laboratory professionals from all backgrounds are encouraged to attend this course because it gives a good introduction to laboratory sustainability and why it's such an important issue. Laboratory professionals encouraged to attend include but are not limited to:

  • Architects
  • Engineers
  • Facility owners, managers, and operations and maintenance staff
  • Project managers
  • Construction/contracting managers
  • Laboratory equipment manufacturers
  • LEED®-accredited professionals
  • Safety, health, and environmental management professionals
  • Laboratory users
  • Students in any of the above-mentioned fields

While designed as an introductory course, those familiar with sustainable laboratory design are also welcome to attend and contribute to the discussion.


Course Materials

As part of the course, each participant will receive detailed course materials and will also be encouraged to use the Labs21 Tool Kit as a further resource to meet their sustainable design goals.


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