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RDH Building Science Inc.

RDH Building Science Inc. integrates building science engineering, architecture, and construction management to optimize the performance of the building enclosure. By applying our expertise to building projects and offering training and education opportunities, we help clients and the industry make informed decisions that lead to durable, efficient, and low-carbon buildings.
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  • Course description: RDH Building Science Inc: Historic Westinghouse HQ: The Path to Net-Zero Carbon - (On demand recording only)



    Reducing emissions through building retrofits is a central pillar to curbing greenhouse gas emissions. In this talk, Kristen Yee Loong, David Riley, and Drew Hauser will share the design journey of the Westinghouse HQ heritage building retrofit in Hamilton, Ontario. The team will discuss the data-driven process used in pursuit of a net-zero carbon operating emissions goal while addressing common project considerations such as future-proofing for design upgrades, embodied carbon avoidance, making the business case for a zero-carbon retrofit, and how carbon pricing and energy consumption impact life cycle cost analyses.




    Learning Objectives:

    1. Develop a business case that will encourage the use of low-carbon design concepts and retrofits.

    2. Understand the importance of evaluating a project holistically from multi-discipline perspectives to optimize the design.

    3. Identify systems that contribute to low-carbon design and retrofits.

    4. Describe carbon pricing and its impact on operational energy cost.