Through case studies and theory this symposium explored issues shaping today’s workplaces, and provided valuable insights on future workplace directions.
CBE’s occupant survey shows how well a building is performing from the perspective of its occupants. Use of the survey also qualifies for LEED-NC 2.2 credit EQ 7.2, for thermal comfort verification.
The Clif Bar HQ demonstrates outstanding sustainable features, keeps their occupants happy, and creatively use flying bikes, all while staying true to their company values.
Use this web-based tool to predict thermal comfort that meets ASHRAE Standard-55. Includes detailed options for conventional building systems, adaptive comfort, and increased air speeds.
This tool can used to study the effectiveness of energy saving design strategies, such as facade designs and advanced HVAC systems, in terms of occupant comfort.