The Greenest Urban Building in the United States

Online

Length: 1 module

Instructor: Remi Tan

Subjects: Green Building: Sustainable Building

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Description

In this free lecture, Remi Tan of KMD Stevens describes the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission LEED Platinum Headquarters.

Watch to learn about the costs, design goals, materials, solar and wind energy structures, water systems, and flooring, facade and structure treatments in the “Greenest Urban Building in the United States.”

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Instructor

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Remi Tan

LEED AP Senior Architect, KMD|Stevens

Remi Tan is a licensed senior architect, sustainability consultant, and real estate broker with 21 years of experience in a broad range of domestic and international commercial and residential projects. He is an expert in all aspects of sustainable design – siting, energy conservation, sustainable materials, and smart growth. Mr. Tan has worked on the LEED-NC Platinum...[more]

Course Outline

Watch “San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Headquarters: ‘The Greenest Urban Building in the United States’”

Watch Remi Tan's free lecture, describing his process in designing ‘The Greenest Urban Building in the United States’.

After The Course - Feedback and Additional Resources

In this module, you'll provide feedback on this lecture, request a certificate of completion, and learn about additional resources.

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