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#044 Dan Nall – Design Principles & Discipline – Edifice Complex Podcast

#044 Dan Nall – Design Principles & Discipline – Edifice Complex Podcast

Quality, Consequences and the Construction Industrial Complex (part 261).

Our guest this episode is Dan Nall who delivers a master class in design principles for building services and how the discipline of design matters in generating great outcomes. This is a 1 hour tutorial for Zero $’s!

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In this episode, we discuss:

  • Performative sustainability Vs fundamentals
  • New York Carbon Emissions and NYC Local Law 97
  • Energy modelling in the 1970’s
  • Using systems sequences of control as a starting point for building systems design!

And much more…….

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Dan has been involved in energy efficiency in buildings since 1977 starting with graduate work in computer simulation building thermal performance. Dan has worked as a building science researcher, building energy consultant, design mechanical engineer for buildings, and sustainability consultant.

Dan is a graduate of Princeton University and Cornell University and is both a Registered Architect and Professional Engineer, an ASHRAE Life Fellow, a Fellow of the AIA, a LEED Fellow. He has held senior VP positions with the likes of Syska and Hennessy and WSP Flack + Kurtz

Some of the notable projects Dan’s resume include the BASF U.S. Headquarters, the Newseum in Washington, DC, the Hearst Corporate Headquarters, the U.S. Embassies in Sofia, Bulgaria and Cape Town, South Africa, the Clinton Presidential Library, the New York Times Headquarters and the Alcoa Corporate Headquarters.

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