The 2010 Energy Conservation Construction Code of New York State (ECCCNYS-2010), effective December 28, 2010, is now mandatory throughout New York State. The code regulates the design and construction of buildings for the effective use of energy while providing flexibility to allow the use of innovative approaches and techniques. It includes additional mandatory provisions and requires buildings to be substantially more energy efficient than the 2007 edition.
Urban Green Council and the New York Chapter of the American Institute of Architects have developed a four-hour course to familiarize architects and engineers with the ECCCNYS-2010, the fundamentals of low energy design, and the processes available to demonstrate compliance. This program is funded by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA).
The course will address commercial buildings, including residential buildings over three stories. It will also address the New York City Energy Conservation Code (NYCECC), which incorporates ECCCNYS but is more stringent than the State code. ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1 2007, an alternative compliance pathway for meeting the requirements of ECCCNYS - 2010, will be referenced, but not covered in detail. Eighty training sessions are being presented at various venues throughout New York State between September 2011 and July 2012. Sessions are being scheduled on an ongoing basis.
UPCOMING SESSIONS in NEWﾠYORKﾠCITY:
All New York City Courses are held at The Center for Architecture unless noted otherwise
March 23rdﾠ |ﾠ 8am - 12pm [ SOLD OUT ]
March 30thﾠ |ﾠ 8am - 12pm [ SOLD OUT ]
April 2ndﾠ |ﾠ 4pm - 8pm (located at Syska Hennessy)
April 4thﾠ |ﾠ 8am - 12pm
April 13thﾠ |ﾠ 8am - 12pm
April 20thﾠ |ﾠ 8am - 12pm
April 27thﾠ |ﾠ 8am - 12pm
April 30thﾠ |ﾠ 4pm - 8pm (located at Syska Hennessy)
UPCOMINGﾠSESSIONS in UPSTATEﾠNEWﾠYORK:
SYRACUSE | March 23rd | 1pm - 5pm
MORRISVILLE | March 30th | 1pm - 5pm
ROCHESTER | April 11th |ﾠ8am - 12pm
SYRACUSE | April 20th | 8am - 12pm
Peter Arsenault, FAIA LEED APﾠ |ﾠ Sean Boyd, AIA, LEEDﾠAP BD+Cﾠ |ﾠ Cliff Cooper, MS, CIHﾠ | Tom McGovern, PE, LEEDﾠAPﾠ |ﾠ Clare Miflin, RA, LEEDﾠAPﾠ |ﾠ Sean M. O'Brien, PE, LEEDﾠAPﾠ |ﾠ Wendy Ordemann, LEEDﾠAPﾠ | ﾠTony Saracino EIT, LEEDﾠAP BD+Cﾠ | Christa Waring, AIA, LEEDﾠAP
Please visit NYSERDA's website, and click on Cracking the Energy Code, listed on the right hand side of the page under In Person Training.
GBCI CE Hours (LEED CMP Credits): 4.0ﾠ
AIA Continuing Education Credit: HSW/SD 4.0
(AIA credits may also be used by NY State Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors - see Section 17 & 18 here.)
Read about the genesis of the course on our blog. Download the course flyer here, and view a sample of the course manual here.
In addition to the 2010 ECCCNYSﾠ(pdf), NYCECC also incorporatesﾠLocal Law 1 of 2011 (pdf) and Local Law 48 of 2010 (pdf)
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