WEBINAR - Net Zero, ICF Design for Rural/Tribal Projects
This webinar will outline the benefits of using Insulated Concrete Forms (ICFs) in construction, especially in regard to Rural and Tribal projects. ICFs are a key component in DSGW’s strategy to design Net Zero projects. This presentation will show examples of ICF and Net Zero design, in particular the Fort Totten Alternative CTE School, the country’s first Net Zero school on Tribal lands in North America.
The 12,500 square foot, $3.8 million net zero Fort Totten Alternative CTE School was designed to produce more energy than it consumes while ensuring to meet other standards common when designing a net zero facility. There are other net zero schools in the United States, but this new school is the first to be built on tribal land and the first in North Dakota.
The presenter is Michael Laverdure, AICAE, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP - Principal, Architect, Director of First American Design Studio / DSGW Architects.
Attendees will be awarded a certificate of attendance for one professional development hour (PDH) or one AIA CES LU/HSW.
This webinar is sponsored by the Minnesota Concrete Council and the South Dakota Ready Mix Concrete Association.