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Contracts, Climate, & Compliance Workshop

at Building Energy Exchange - TriBeCa

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TriBeCa, Manhattan
31 Chambers St Ste 609
Btwn Elk & Centre Streets
New York, New York 10007
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Age Requirements: 18 and older
Average Class Size: 50

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Join Building Energy Exchange, AIA New York, and ASHRAE New York for a BE-Ex Architect Advisory Council (AAC) workshop focusing on the legal risk and responsibility of high performance design and construction, and how to improve compliance with NYC climate legislation.

New York’s forthcoming predicted energy use code (Local Law 32 of 2018), as well as the groundbreaking building carbon emission limits, of 2019’s Local Law 97, will require fundamental changes to the practice of architecture, and how we design, operate, and construct our buildings. The Building Energy Exchange convened the Architect Advisory Council – 27 leading architects, engineers, and organizational representatives – to determine key areas of climate action for the profession, design & construction.

This workshop follows actionable steps outlined in the Building Energy Exchange Architect Advisory Council vision document, Who Cares About Energy Codes? The Architect’s Guide to New York City’s Aggressive Carbon Reduction Code.


  • Richard Yancey, FAIA, LEED AP; Executive Director, Building Energy Exchange
  • Michael K. De Chiara, Esq.; Senior Partner, Zetlin & De Chiara LLP
  • Rocco Giannetti, FAIA, LEED AP ID+C; Principal/Managing Director, Gensler
  • Tomi Vest, General Counsel, NYC Mayor’s Office of Climate Resiliency
  • Josephine Zurica, P.E., LEED AP, CPHC; Principal, Dagher Engineering
  • Michael Izzo; Vice President, Construction, Hines

This is a hybrid in-person/online event. Space is limited. Masks and full COVID-19 vaccination are required for in person attendance. If joining in-person, you will be asked upon entry to show your in-person ticket and proof of full COVID-19 vaccination (via Excelsior Pass or other proof of vaccination). Virtual attendance to this event is also available – you may choose to join and participate via Zoom webinar.

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The Building Energy Exchange (BE-Ex) connects New York City’s real estate and design communities to energy and lighting efficiency solutions through education, exhibitions, technology demonstrations, and research.

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